So, you just got an invite to a Shalom-al-lechem dinner? Yay! Your host probably asked you to bring a bottle of wine, which we all know is a super important component of the meal. Having trouble choosing an Israeli wine and wishing you remembered the wines you tasted at this summer’s wine festival?  We’ve got…

The Shalom-al-lechem food blog focuses not just on food, but also on the tradition of Shabbat dinners in Israel and abroad, and on the special traditions and customs brought to Jerusalem that have created a unique collection of people and flavors. Each Shalom-al-lechem meal has two hosts – a Sabra (native Israeli) and an Oleh….

Literally, “Greetings over bread,” Shalom al Lechem provides an opportunity to experience a Shabbat soirée that brings together a small, diverse group of young Israelis and internationals in a private home for food and conversation. Hosted jointly by native Israelis and immigrants, each host invites a small group of friends. With our trendy caterer and…

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