Zahav

A World of Israeli Cooking
Author: Michael Solomonov,Steven Cook
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544373294
Category: Cooking
Page: 368
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By a James Beard Outstanding Chef (2017) James Beard Book of the Year and Best International Cookbook (2016) The James Beard Award–winning chef and co-owner of Philadelphia's Zahav restaurant reinterprets the glorious cuisine of Israel for American home kitchens. Ever since he opened Zahav in 2008, chef Michael Solomonov has been turning heads with his original interpretations of modern Israeli cuisine, attracting notice from the New York Times, Bon Appétit, ("an utter and total revelation"), and Eater ("Zahav defines Israeli cooking in America"). Zahav showcases the melting-pot cooking of Israel, especially the influences of the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe. Solomonov's food includes little dishes called mezze, such as the restaurant's insanely popular fried cauliflower; a hummus so ethereal that it put Zahav on the culinary map; and a pink lentil soup with lamb meatballs that one critic called "Jerusalem in a bowl." It also includes a majestic dome of Persian wedding rice and a whole roasted lamb shoulder with pomegranate and chickpeas that's a celebration in itself. All Solomonov's dishes are brilliantly adapted to local and seasonal ingredients. Zahav tells an authoritative and personal story of how Solomonov embraced the food of his birthplace. With its blend of technique and passion, this book shows readers how to make his food their own.

The Orthodox Jewish Bible


Author: Dr. Phillip Goble
Publisher: AFI International Publishers
ISBN: 0939341042
Category: Bibles
Page: 1248
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THE ORTHODOX JEWISH TANAKH TORAH NEVI’IM KETUVIM BOTH TESTAMENTS The Orthodox Jewish Bible is an English language version that applies Yiddish and Hasidic cultural expressions to the Messianic Bible.

The Jewish Alchemists

A History and Source Book
Author: Raphael Patai
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691006420
Category: Alchemy
Page: 617
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In this monumental work, Raphael Patai, acclaimed author of Hebrew Myths (with Robert Graves) and The Hebrew Goddess, opens up an entirely new field in cultural history by tracing Jewish alchemy from antiquity to the nineteenth century. Until now there has been little attention given to the significant role that Jews played in the field of alchemy. Here, drawing on an enormous range of previously unexplored sources, Patai reveals that Jews were major players in what was for centuries one of humanity's most compelling intellectual obsessions. Among the myriad subjects treated in the book is the close relationship between alchemy and medicine as practiced by Jewish adepts. Other Jewish alchemists combined alchemy with magic or with kabbalistic practices. Still others became, through their alchemical efforts, the forerunners of modern chemistry. The culmination of many years of research, The Jewish Alchemists shows that alchemy was much more than the attempt at transmuting base metals into gold: it was a powerful worldview that assumed an essential unity underlying all of nature - and the power of humans to intervene, with God's help, in nature's course.

The One Year Orthodox Jewish Bible


Author: Dr. Phillip Goble
Publisher: Artists for Israel International
ISBN: N.A
Category: Bibles
Page: 3219
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This is a new format of The Orthodox Jewish Bible in daily readings for reading through the Tanakh and Brit Chadasha in one year. This version uses the Whole Chapter Bible in a Year© format. The dates are generic; if you start in the middle of the year, it just continues to the next numerical day, it does not rely on starting on January first. This daily version covers the Tanakh, Tehillim twice, Mishlei, (one a day), and the Brit Chadasha. The Besuras HaGeulah and Gevurot ARE read through twice, and a one a day chapters of Mishlei are adjusted according to the number of days in each month.

Israel

Detailed Assessment of Observance of Basel Committee on Payments and Settlement Systems Core Principles for Systemically Important Payment Systems
Author: International Monetary Fund
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1475583141
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 41
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This paper presents detailed assessment of Israel’s compliance with Basel Committee on Payments and Settlement Systems Core Principles for Systemically Important Payment Systems. A significant improvement in the payments landscape has been noted, with the high value payment system meeting most international standards. Together with the creation of the Zahav system, as part of the reform in the payment and settlement systems, the Bank of Israel has also introduced a series of other changes and improvements into the existing payments systems, to bring them into line with accepted international standards.

Willkommen im Café Zahav

Meine israelische Mischpoke und ich
Author: Kirsten Grieshaber
Publisher: BASTEI LÜBBE
ISBN: 3732560724
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 224
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Im kleinen israelischen Restaurant von Kirstens Mann ist das Tohuwabohu programmiert. Während die Gäste ihren Hummus mit Pinienkernen löffeln, wächst der Familie schon wieder der Alltag über den Kopf: Mal will ein wildfremder Geistlicher Kirsten ungefragt zum Judentum konvertieren, dann wünscht sich Töchterchen Miri nach dem Kindergarten eine neue Hautfarbe, und im wenig mediterranen Berliner Winter nimmt auch noch der Gatte Reißaus. WILLKOMMEN IM CAFÉ ZAHAV erzählt die oft komischen, manchmal schockierenden und immer überraschenden Geschichten aus dem Leben einer ganz normalen deutsch-israelischen Familie.

Jerusalem

Das Kochbuch
Author: Yotam Ottolenghi,Sami Tamimi
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783831023332
Category:
Page: 318
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Israeli Soul

Easy, Essential, Delicious
Author: Michael Solomonov,Steven Cook
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544971272
Category: Cooking
Page: 384
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For their first major book since the trailblazing Zahav, Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook go straight to the food of the people—the great dishes that are the soul of Israeli cuisine. Usually served from tiny eateries, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, or market stalls, these specialties have passed from father to son or mother to daughter for generations. To find the best versions, the authors scoured bustling cities like Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa, and sleepy towns on mountaintops. They visited bakeries, juice carts, beaches, even weddings. Their finds include meals in the hand like falafel and pita; juicy, grilled and roasted spice-rubbed meats; stuffed vegetables; a wealth of chopped vegetable salads; a five-minute fluffy hummus with more than two dozen toppings; pastries, ice creams, and shakes. Solomonov has perfected and adapted every recipe for the home kitchen. Each chapter weaves history with contemporary portrayals of the food. Striking photographs capture all its flavor and vitality, while step-by-step how-tos and closeups of finished dishes make everything simple and accessible.

זהב


Author: Israel Efros
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Hebrew poetry
Page: 167
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Queer Jews


Author: David Shneer,Caryn Aviv
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317795059
Category: Social Science
Page: 304
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Queer Jews describes how queer Jews are changing Jewish American culture, creating communities and making room for themselves, as openly, unapologetically queer and Jewish. Combining political analysis and personal memoir, these essays explore the various ways queer Jews are creating new forms of Jewish communities and institutions, and demanding that Jewish communities become more inclusive.

David's Star


Author: Dean Zahav
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1462068138
Category: Fiction
Page: 284
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Sofia, Bulgaria In the tumultuous year of 2020, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to fester. Fourteen-year-old Dani Madgev accidentally finds several Cyrillic letters interwoven into the graphics of the Star of David symbol. His father, Ian, a mathematical linguist, and his mother, Rovine, a cognitive scientist, help him decipher them. But none of them realize what they're about to get themselves into. Jerusalem, Israel To unravel the mystery of David's Star, Dani and his parents travel to Tel Aviv, Israel. Along with Nathan Epstein, a biblical history professor at Hebrew University; Kabbalah alchemist Uri Zohar; Ruben Openheim, the head of Peace Now; and Rabbi Loew, the Madgevs make a series of further discoveries within the symbol, leading them to believe they are on the brink of knowledge that may very well change the course of history. Meanwhile, a mysterious character called the LaW begins sending messages encoded using King David's military cipher to Dani. Once deciphered, the messages and letters found on the Star of David point to a startling realization about the solution of the conflict between Israel and Palestine. But are the two countries ready for the suggested solution? A domino chain of events is set in motion, and someone may have to pay the highest price.

Sefer ʾešle ravreve

... divre ha-meʾorot ha-gedolim ... ha-Ṭure zahav ʾašer ḥiber ... Dawid ben ... Šemuʾel Segaʺl ... weha-Śifte Kohen še-ḥiber ... Šabtay ben ... Meʾir Kaʺẕ ...
Author: Yosef Qaro
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 704
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Hakdamat sefer vavej ha-amudim

mi-zahav u-mi-paz nechmadim: me'irim ki-vrakim ve-lapidim: še-kol maskil u-muskal bo nicmadim: ke-chaftor u-ferach mešukadim kfarim im nerdim: jitkabdu bo mechubadim: sarej ha-Tora ve-nagidim: ohavej chochma u-jedidim ...
Author: Šabtaj Šeftl ben Ješaja Horowitz
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 88
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Emotions in Jewish Music

Personal and Scholarly Reflections
Author: Jonathan L. Friedmann
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 0761856765
Category: Music
Page: 118
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Emotions in Jewish Music is an insider’s view of music’s impact on Jewish devotion and identity. Written by cantors who have devoted themselves to the study and execution of Jewish music, the book’s six chapters explore a wide range of musical contexts and encounters.