Whether you daydream about devouring a plate of rich, creamy hummus in the Shuk or drinking a robust cup of “upside-down coffee” at Aroma or any of many cafes, food has a prominent place in many peoples’ notions of Israel.
A Recipe For Success
Golda’s Kitchen Cabinet helps bring the flavor of Israel to you—quite literally—through creative cooking programs highlighting an array of popular dishes and through a variety of associated programs and activities. A recipe for success includes taking Golda out of the kitchen and into many areas of camp, schools, etc.
Golda's Kitchen Cabinet
Want to spice up your culinary arts program? Add a dash of za'atar or cumin, a splash of olive oil, and fresh lemon juice to the menu, and introduce your team of chefs to... Golda's Kitchen Cabinet for authentic Israeli delicacies!
Someone's in the Kitchen with Herzl
Each person can explore their own relationships with Israel by cooking up fun, short videos that highlight all five senses—and sharing their Israel stories with friends and family! In the process, they’ll learn a bit about Theodor Herzl, the “master chef” who cooked up the idea of Modern Zionism!
Guess Who's Coming To Aruchat Erev?
“Guess Who’s Coming to Aruchat Erev?” provides a fun opportunity to learn about specific Israeli personalities by having them “visit” for dinner. Encourage fellow to have fun with their characters, using the Israel Resource Cards to glean key facts about political and historical leaders, artists, sports stars, and other important people.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Improv games are great team building activities, fun ice breakers, they don’t require a lot of preparation, and can be played almost anywhere! Here’s a series of Israel-themed games you can play—some relate to food, all are guaranteed to be fun.