By Jean Graubart
Director, Leo & Anna Smilow Center for Jewish Living and Learning
Thinking about the beautiful days we are having and the joy of being surrounded by friends, eating and laughing and talking and crying… all that is missing is good food.
When the weather begins to warm up, I picture salads of all kinds and colors and tastes. Perhaps more than any other food, salads are the typical Israeli dish. The evening meal is often a variety of salads consisting of many vegetables, grains and fruits.
I remember my days on Kibbutz Rosh Hanikra and Kibbutz Hanaton, working in the communal kitchens there, where I would find freshly picked vegetables and be told, “create a salad.”
The most typical salad – and an accompaniment for most all meals – is the Israeli Salad. We made bowls of it for breakfast, lunch and supper for the hungry kibbutzniks
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