Culinary Crusades in Acre's Old City Tel Aviv Table Podcast

Host Daniella Cheslow journeys with her plate through the narrow streets of Acre's Old City and the wide-open vistas of the seafront.

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The Acre port.
The Acre port.Credit: Dreamstime

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Culinary crusades in the ancient city of Acre
Host Daniella Cheslow journeys with her plate through the narrow streets of the Old City and the wide-open vistas of the seafront, filling herself with seafood, fish, fresh flavors, and original attempts to infuse a new spirit into an ancient city.

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