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Mix and mingle, discuss your passions, eat to your heart’s delight,  and make lasting connections at your next Friday night dinner with Shalom al Lechem. On December 9th, Emily & Adam Odesser paired up with Alon Kuperberg for a meal full of laughs, political heat, and plenty of wine. YOUR HOSTS    Tell me a…

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שיחה מעניינת, צברים ועולים מגניבים, ארוחת שישי מטורפת שהוכנה על ידי שף פרטי; ברור שכל זה יכול לקרות רק בירושלים ויותר מזה, רק בשלומעלחם. ב-29 לנובמבר, צליל רובינשטיין ותומר שילה אירחו ארוחה מדליקה במרכז העיר ברחוב בצלאל. YOUR HOSTS ועכשיו בואו נכיר אתכם….     צליל: אני בת 25 ובמקור מכפר סבא. עובדת  בהיי-טק ולומדת…

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If you want to experience a new way to do Friday night dinner, eat delicious food, and delight with fellow movers and shakers of Jerusalem, then you should probably host a Shalom al Lechem meal with Jerusalem Village! Get out your cooking mitts, get a hold of your Grandmother’s kugel recipe, and bring your friends….

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With so many choices on how to spend your Friday night, Shalom al Lechem brings it back to the basics: An intimate, delicious, homemade Friday night dinner to bring in Shabbat. What is the catch? The dinner is co-hosted by a young Israeli and international who each bring their own friends, automatically creating an intimate…

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Shalom al Lechem, meaning “greetings over bread”, is one of Jerusalem Village’s programs in which young Israelis around Jerusalem host Shabbat dinners for other young Israelis and olim in their private homes. A sabra and an immigrant host the meals jointly, each invites a small group of friends. JV provides the caterer, the portable kosher kitchen, and the…

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On a breezy Friday evening, seventy guests representing various organizations, movements, cultures and religious streams in Jerusalem gathered outside for a Friday night Shabbat picnic in the JVP Media Quarter garden. Folks came from the ROI community of social entrepreneurship; from Ein Prat, the modern and pluralistic midrasha; from Ulpan Etzion for new immigrants; and…

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Adam and Rachel live in the Moishe House, a truly unique space in the heart of Nachlaot that boasts a balcony from which a beautiful view of the neighborhood can be seen. One of Moishe House’s primary purposes is to host Shabbat and holiday meals and other events for Jewish young adults, so hosting a…

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Vered,  Mor and Maya share an apartment in Old Katamon. The three of them love to host and throw parties in the apartment so it’s a perfect match. They have just moved into the apartment together with Maya, an Ola from the USA and together they made this shared apartment their real home! Vered hosted…

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Katie Matanky lives in Katamon with her younger sister, Ariela who serves in the IDF. Katie made Aliya in August 2013, and just finished her MA in Nonprofit Management in the international program in the Hebrew University. She currently works for Midreshet Moryah and Volunteer Coordinator. Back at home Shabbat is really big. Everything is just crazy…

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Meet Fanny and Hamutal. Fanny made Aliyah to Jerusalem from Switzerland 2 years ago, and Hamutal moved to Jerusalem 4 years ago from Ramat Gan. She’s just back from teaching Hebrew in France for 7 months. They met each other at English Literature Studies at Hebrew University and hosted a Shalom al Lechem Shabbat dinner last…

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