- Roger Sherman
- 97 min
“The film illuminates Israel’s warmth and hospitality, a view that is too often overlooked, and takes the viewer on an intimate foodie tour.” – Time Out Israel
Chef Michael Solomonov travels the length and breadth of Israel, surveying numerous types of foods – Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Palestinian – and trying to find out whether there is such a thing as Israeli cuisine, and what makes it so. He meets chefs, explores new methods and traditions and tastes some incredible looking dishes, proving, once more, that food is much more than the substance we eat. It’s a mouthwatering essay on the power of cooking – and eating – to shape identities and bring people together.