You’re busy preparing food for Shabbat, and in the midst of that frenzy, you have to make a pre-Shabbat lunch. Fortunately, there are plenty of customs and recipes to make this ordinary meal memorable.
The Israeli version of the dish is popping up on menus across the U.S.
In which we crawl in caves and eat lunch at a gas station. Next up: Ben Gurion’s grave.
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