Majda: A Match Made Under Silvery Olive Trees Tel Aviv Table Podcast

Host Daniella Cheslow travels to the Majda restaurant outside Jerusalem - built by a Palestinian, whose Israeli wife designed the menu.

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Majda: A match made under silvery olive trees

Host Daniella Cheslow travels to the Majda restaurant outside Jerusalem. Israeli chef Michal Baranes designed the menu; her Palestinian-Israeli husband Yakoub Barhum built the restaurant and grows the herbs and vegetables used in the dishes.

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