Culinary explorations in the Middle East continue… in Yaffa & Tel Aviv.

Orient meets Occident.

For one cannot live without the other.

Fact: Hard-boiled eggs rank 3rd place in the Middle Eastern top 10 most popular foods.

Fact: Hard-boiled eggs rank 3rd place in the Middle Eastern top 10 most popular foods.

Eggs even find their way on pizza.

Eggs even find their way on pizza.

Dried dates, mangoes and pineapples (for € 35,- on the Carmel Market).
Dried dates, mangoes and pineapples (for € 35,- on the Carmel Market).
Sambusak, Samosa-style filled savoury pastries.

Sambusak, Samosa-style filled savoury pastries.

Sarah and her (Spinach-Feta) Sambusak.

Sarah and her (Spinach-Cheese) Sambusak.

Sandra and her (Beef) Sambusak.

Sandra and her (Beef) Sambusak.

Beautiful colours! Pickled vegetabes on Levinsky Street, Tel Aviv.

Beautiful colours! Pickled vegetabes on Levinsky Street.

The best deli in town: Haim Raphael on Levinsky Street.

The best deli in town: Haim Raphael on Levinsky Street.

Good recipes never die.

Good recipes never die. (Spotted on the flea market in Yafa).

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