Melton’s Andrea Gardenhour and Israeli culinary guide Avihai Tsabari, will embark on a sensory journey of taste, culture, ethnic diversity, and folklore while showcasing Israel’s exploding international food scene, culinary guides, local chefs, raw ingredient and spice experts, cheese farmers, vintners, and more… Along the way explore the meaty topics of food politics including immigration, coexistence, and trafficking food across borders. We’ll even answer the age-old question… who really owns the rights to Hummus? The course will also bolster your cooking skills with a demonstration of how to make authentic hummus. Who’s hungry?
Meets: Wednesdays, 90 minutes, 9 a.m. Pacific | 12 p.m. Eastern | 7 p.m. South Africa
Runs: January 27 – February 24, 2021
Number of Lessons: 5
Faculty: Andrea Gardenhour