You start to cook with your eyes
My childhood memories are always surrounded by cooking impressions. Whether I ponder about births, marriages, family gatherings or the calming memory of my childhood home. Thinking about my mother, my father or the city I grew up in, food was always an important part to spice, color and enrich our experiences,
Ethnic cuisine from around the world, blooming in the heart of old Jerusalem, family traditions and signature dishes of "famous" mothers in my neighborhood. I was always fascinated by the rich, colorful environment I was lucky to be born into.
In my course, I guide you alongside my memories. I will take you through my personal process of cooking the Shabat meals. A process perfected over the years, cooking for my children, my husband and many of my dear family and friends.
You must always cook with your eyes.
I watched my mother, sister and many others cook throughout the years.
You are invited to see with your own eyes - cooking a great Shabat feast, couldn't be easier.
I am 59 years old, married with 3 children, based in Israel.
I am a Holistic-Psychotherapist , and found myself during the last 32 years' since I got married , running a house and a family as well' of course.
Food is one of the basic ways of communication and bonding among human beings- and especially among families. I leared cooking from my mother' who is an excellent cook.She was born in Rabat , Morocco , and she held a Moroccan kitchen.
While preparing so many meals in my life , I leared that I like using simple , easy recipes , that do nor require special equipments , or conditions or even ingredients. `The secret is in the compositions. similar to any other form of art.