Not Just Hot Soup - Tour In Hebrew
The summer has faded, it isn’t too hot to walk the streets in the late afternoon, and the nights are pleasant. Without noticing, we stopped eating chilled foods like fruit, yogurt, salad and cold drinks. Instead, we seek out those hot comfort foods that warm you from the inside out. Soup, without a doubt, heralds the coming of fall and is the star of the kitchen in the winter. In Jewish tradition, chicken soup, served at Shabbat dinner, is the perfect answer to winter chills and colds. It is embedded in our memories because of its healing role during our childhood illnesses. There is nothing more comforting and warming than a bowl of hot, steamy soup.
* This tour of the city center takes participants to restaurants, soup tastings and also tells stories about these places.
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