Divine flavours from Israel served in the heart of Nairobi

The food tour was like a mini version of the famous Shuk marketplace in Jerusalem. PHOTO| JOHN FOX

What you need to know:

  • Though the Zionists were themselves split on the idea, in 1904, a Zionist three-man commission visited Kenya in order to make a recommendation.
  • Up on the plateau they walked and they climbed through the forest – something they were not used to.
  • During the night a herd of trumpeting elephants crashed close to their camp; in the morning, they came across an intimidating column of Maasai warriors. Some say the British settlers, who were bitterly opposed to the proposed scheme, might have instigated these unsettling encounters!

They called it an Israeli culinary celebration. It certainly was. Last Saturday and Sunday, Baraka Israel and the Embassy of Israel put on an excellent presentation of Israeli food and wine at DusitD2 restaurant in Nairobi.


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