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From “Mud” to “Instant” to “Coffee Market”
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 11/10/2021
Coffee changed the world, at least in the world of beverages. This black liquid has traveled a geographical, historical and sociological journey that includes slavery, politics…
Coffee and Coffeehouses in Ottoman Jerusalem
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 11/10/2021
When Israelis think about strong, sweet, black coffee it’s hard not to hum the familiar refrain of the well-loved song by the iconic Israeli recording artist, Arik Einstein.…
Looking for Kings and Finding Eggplants: On the Botanical Remains from Ancient Jerusalem - An interview with archaeologist Oriya Amichay
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 10/08/2021
Ta'Arucha - Eating in Jerusalem Exhibition
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 05/08/2021
Ovens, Bread and Cholent
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 25/07/2021
An Almond for Your Health
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 13/06/2021
Eating Bananas with Honey in the Shadow of the Dome of the Rock
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 06/06/2021
Cafe Allenby
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 26/05/2021
Jerusalem Artichoke - Metamorphosis of a Mistake
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 24/05/2021
The Eggplant
Adi Nemia-Cohen, Edna Assis | 23/05/2021