by Sheila Stanton

What’s to eat in Jerusalem?  Tonight, we had a pretty “normal” meal according to what we have been eating since arriving.  We had pita, olive, cucumbers, tomatoes (these are served at all 3 meals a day.) We also had sautéed cauliflower, brined carrots, thinly sliced fennel in vinaigrette, tomato-cucumber salad with grated parmesan, roasted carrots and zucchini, minced lamb meatballs in spicy tomato sauce and steamed rice. For dessert, a plate of thin slices of chocolate chip pound cake.  Count the vegetable servings, folks.  We are eating healthy!

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A typical meal in the Holy Land

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One Response to Sheila’s Holy Land food blog

  1. Michael Stanton-Geddes says:

    Looks good! I’d even go for the cauliflower.

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