- Author:Abbie Rosner
- Publisher:Hilayon Press (April 18, 2012)
- Pages:260 pages
- Subcategory:Middle East
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Reading "Breaking Bread in Galilee" by Abbie Rosner is an immersive experience. This book is easy to read and informative
Reading "Breaking Bread in Galilee" by Abbie Rosner is an immersive experience. Each page was a discovery of joy and passion. While the book is ostensibly about food, it's also about people, and history, and ways of life and of interacting with others and with the agricultural and natural environment. This book is easy to read and informative. While it is written in the first-person and Rosner's personality comes through clearly, it is not about HER, but about the people she meets and the things she learns and experiences. I felt like I was sharing those experiences and getting to know those people personally.
Breaking Bread in Galilee recounts a journey intoNorthern Israel’s agricultural landscape, to discover food-ways describedin the Bible that are still being practiced today, but may be bound forextinction in our lifetime. In the process, she also discovers thatdialogue over food effectively dispels mistrust and creates a powerfulbridge across the Jewish-Arab divide. Discussion Questions. Jewish literature inspires, enriches, and educates the community. Help support the Jewish Book Council.
Breaking Bread in Galilee - A Culinary Journey into the Promised Land, by Abbie Rosner, takes the reader along a journey the author has made, exploring local foods and age-old culinary traditions that are described in the Hebrew Bible, and still being practiced in the Galilee today. In the process, she, and the reader, experiences how sharing foodways is a powerful means for overcoming suspicion and building bridges between individuals on each side of this country's bitter conflict
The book is a deep dive into the Western conservative narrative of the region. Rosner’s 2012 release is good read nonetheless, and it includes stories about the Druze, a minority population who live primarily in Northern Israel.
The book is a deep dive into the Western conservative narrative of the region. My Vacation in the Holy Land, Tom Bissell. It’s no surprise that Christians flock here to visit the holy sites. Bissell joins a tour group of Zionist Christians (it’s a thing) and - well, it’s complicated. On Harper’s Magazine. G Adventures runs a number of departures to Israel encompassing a wide range of departure dates and activities to cater to different tastes.
When Abbie Rosner, A Jewish woman from Washington, DC, moved to Israel’s lower Galilee in the late 1980s she probably . But that’s exactly what happened, as she explains in her new book Breaking Bread in the Galilee.
When Abbie Rosner, A Jewish woman from Washington, DC, moved to Israel’s lower Galilee in the late 1980s she probably didn’t anticipate developing a fascination with the foods of the bible, learning to forage wild edible plants, or befriending the neighboring Arab Bedouins.
Breaking Bread in Galilee. I cover how older adults are discovering and re-discovering cannabis. What a wonderful book – evocative, moving, fascinating, about a food, a country and people we want to know about. It is an important book that matters, and you have written it so well. Breaking Bread in Galilee, published by Hilayon Press, recounts a journey into Northern Israel’s agricultural landscape, to discover foodways described in the Bible that are still being practiced today, but may be bound for extinction in our lifetime.
Books by Abbie Rosner. Breaking Bread in Galilee A Culinary Journey into the Promised Land by Abbie Rosner Paperback, 260 Pages, Published 2012 by Hilayon Press ISBN-13: 978-965-7594-00-1, ISBN: 965-7594-00-6
Books by Abbie Rosner. Breaking Bread in Galilee A Culinary Journey into the Promised Land by Abbie Rosner Paperback, 260 Pages, Published 2012 by Hilayon Press ISBN-13: 978-965-7594-00-1, ISBN: 965-7594-00-6. Proceedings of the International Conference Privatization in higher education by Zehev Tadmor, Carol Diament, Charlotte Diament, Abbie Rosner 351 Pages, Published 2006 ISBN-13: 978-965-90911-0-2, ISBN: 965-90911-.
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