From Talmud to Tarte Tatin: Meet 'The Secret Pastry Chef' Tel Aviv Table Podcast

Why did a secret pastry chef who spent the last six months producing perfect petit-fours and toothsome tarts in his Tel Aviv apartment, finally decided to open a bricks and mortar shop?

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Pastry chef Emil Ohayon in his pâtisserie.
Pastry chef Emil Ohayon in his pâtisserie.Credit: Daniella Cheslow
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From Talmud to tarte tatin

The ‘Secret Pastry Chef,’ who spent the last six months producing perfect petit-fours and toothsome tarts in his Tel Aviv apartment, has transformed his online store into a bricks-and-mortar shop. He tells TLV1 how Facebook helped take him from buzz to business.

FOOD NEWS: Purim is coming!
Purim is coming, and this is your time to go and get some three-cornered hamantaschen cookies, known in Hebrew as oznei haman. Last year, the Tel Aviv Table did a taste test of the city’s best offerings and Dudu Otmezgine came out on top.

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