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Tatbileh

Onions, mint, marjoram, and basil are finely blended together to form an herbaceous sauce.

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Kibbeh Nayyeh

This levantine mezze consists of game or goat meat mixed with bulgur, lemon zest and juice, spices and formed into kibbehs. A traditional Middle Eastern tartare.

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Lamb Kebab

Go back to primitive cooking methods and cook lamb kebabs the old fashioned way. Erez teaches how to chop, spice, and grill a perfect lamb kebab.

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Watermelon & Feta Salad with Purslane

Simple, sweet, and salty. This unique salad is bursting with fresh flavors of goat cheese and bright greens. Let Erez show you a delectable salad using the pink wonder that is watermelon.

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Chosi

Erez’s friend Shafia shows him how to make delicious chosi, veal and onion confit, slowly simmered with a baharat spice blend. Absolutely delicious.

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Vineyard Breakfast: Wine, Cheese & Eggs

Travel to the Shvo Winery vineyards in the northern Galilee where Erez cooks alongside winemaker Gaby a delicious open-fire breakfast. Erez tosses veggies and eggs into a pan, along with cheese, fresh bread, and wine. A simply perfect breakfast in paradise.

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Siniya

Erez fires up his Taboon oven to create a traditional Lebanese dish named for the pan it’s roasted in, with lamb kebabs, tomatoes, and raw tahini.

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Erez’s Baharat

In Arabic, “baharat” means “spices” and can refer to different blends, each made for a specific dish or ingredient. Make Erez’s special spice blend with crushed peppercorns, allspice, fennel seeds, nutmeg, cardamom pods, and cinnamon.

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Aharoni’s Lamb Schnitzel-Pops

Chicken Schnitzel is the most popular every-day food in Israel, but this new version will blow your mind. Created by legendary Israeli chef Israel Aharoni, who teaches Erez how to make schnitzel-style baby lamb chops. The beautiful little lollipop chops are given a preparation combining original flavors with notes of French and Italy with the Dijon mustard, Parmesan cheese and herbs. Twice breaded and slow-and-low shallow fried to perfection. Enjoy the steaming, savory popsicles with a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of salt. You’ll be left wondering why you’ve been limiting your lamb chops to the grill or oven, and ready to make your own Schnitzel-Pops.

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Harissa

Make the hot red chili pepper paste at home. It will last for months in an airtight container and will add some true spice and zing to your next dish.

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Mulukhiyah Salad

A leafy green salad with roasted pine nuts and dressed with lemon juice for added freshness. If you can’t find mulukhiyah leaves, substitute with spinach, kale, baby Swiss chard, or any other firm greens.

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Tahini

Forget store-bought tahini, learn how to make your own at home with just a few ingredients.

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Salata Mashwiya

A delicious spicy Libyan salad with charred eggplant, onions, and peppers. The heat of the peppers balances well with the sweetness of the date honey syrup and fresh mint leaves.

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Falafel

The national lunchtime favorite in Israel consists of deliciously spiced fried chickpeas. It’s easy to make and incredibly tasty.

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Tomato Salad with Mint & Chili

Not just a tomato salad, Erez takes it to new heights by adding his favorites, mint and chili. Learn how to make this Summery salad and get inspired by its flavors.

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Red Pepper Salad with Almonds & Marjoram

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Arabic-Israeli Salad

An Israeli mezze spread wouldn’t be complete without this chopped Arabic-Israeli salad filled with fresh and crunchy chopped vegetables, and simply dressed with lemon and olive oil.

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Papaya Tabbouleh with Caramelized Peanuts

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Erez’s Tatbileh

This Arabic spicy relish is used across the Middle East, and can be found in many Israeli kitchens. Erez uses it as a topping masabacha, but you can slather it on fried fish, drizzle on eggs, or douse on falafel.

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Preserved Lemons

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Fish Crudo with Berries & Chilis

The fish crudo is sliced fresh and showered with mulberries, tomatoes, peppers and garden tarragon. Light and fresh, perfect on a hot day

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Sficha

Turn pliable pita dough into Sficha, a Middle Eastern pizza.

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Pita

Pita – the deliciously edible envelope – can be stuffed with almost anything. Learn how to bake the Middle Eastern staple in your home oven, and how you can turn the pliable pita dough into Sficha and Manakeesh, two Middle-Eastern pizzas.

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Rustic Summer Cake

Erez teaches a simple, sweet, summery cake straight from his childhood. This quick confection is based on a batter of butter, flour, sour cream and lemon zest, and topped with juicy fresh apricots that are roughly halved and dunked waist-deep in the batter.

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Cucumber & Mint Salad

A joyful bowl of crunchy textures, this refreshing salad combines cucumbers, hot chili pepper, wild mint, and creamy labneh balls.

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Oven-Baked Fish with Grapes & Tomatoes

Erez roasts fish in a traditional Taboon oven with tomatoes, chilis, habaneros, garlic gloves, sour grapes, and the requisite bath of olive oil and salt.

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Labneh Balls

A staple in Erez’s kitchen, the simple nature of Labneh balls can be used in a variety of ways: in salads, with eggs, over a toast, it’s really up to you. Learn the secrets to creating perfectly preserved balls of cheesy love.

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Caramelized Peanuts

Erez shows you his simple method for creating crunchy, caramelized nuts. Using peanuts or any other favorite nut but with herbs, spice, and savory tones thanks to Erez’s touch. Put it in Erez’s Papaya Tabbouleh salad, or add it to anything you like.

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Schug

This delicious Yemenite green sauce can be easily made with a blend of herbs and spices. It’s wonderful served with warmed hummus, pita, falafel, or really any dish.

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Fire-Roasted Eggplant Salad

The ultimate Israeli dish, char the eggplant directly in the fire and top with sweet and tart pomegranate syrup and rich tahini.

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Grilling Chicken

Master your grill and get that perfect char without drying out the chicken.

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Hummus Mezze

Mezze is an assortment of small dishes eaten as an appetizer or light meal. Serve this at a dinner party and your friends will love you.

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Masabacha

Once you make your own hummus, it is almost impossible to go back to store-bought.  There’s nothing more irresistible than dipping a pita chip or raw vegetables into this warm creamy homemade hummus.

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Manakeesh

Transform pliable pita dough into Manakeesh, a Middle Eastern pizza.

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Green Tomato & Peach Salad

A refreshing end-of-summer salad that brings some airy freshness to the spicy harissa paste.

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Shakshuka

Learn the secret to make the most flavorful tomato-based egg dish and your weekend breakfasts will never be the same.

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Harissa-Marinated Chicken Breast

Erez marinades chicken breast before grilling over charcoal and showering with garden fresh greens, tomatoes and stone fruit, which balances spicy with sweet. Multifaceted and mouthwatering, it’s a flavor you won’t forget.

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Baharat

All you need is a mortar and pestle and spices to make this aromatic Middle Eastern spice blend.

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Israeli Breakfast

Erez teaches his quintessential Israeli breakfast: fiery-hot Shakshuka, alongside a fire-roasted eggplant salad and refreshing cucumber salad, served beside his beloved Challah bread.

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Garlic confit

Garlic lovers, pay attention. These slow-roasted garlic cloves become tender, caramelized, and totally delectable.

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Matbucha

Make flaming hot Matbucha – a traditional Moroccan spicy tomato sauce full of chilis, ripe Roma tomatoes, garlic, and spices.

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Challah

Bake two of Erez’s signature stuffed challah breads, one woven with fennel & sage blossoms, the other stuffed with savory Kashkaval cheese and garlic confit. These loaves are true centerpiece stunners.

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Tomato Salad with Mint & Chili

Not just a tomato salad, Erez takes it to new heights by adding his favorites, mint, and chili. Learn how to make this summery salad and get inspired by its flavors.

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Red Pepper Salad with Almonds & Marjoram

A divine, silky texture combined with the nutty crunch of almonds and the fragrance of the marjoram, makes this pepper salad totally unique, and supremely delicious. Erez shows you his secret for burning and pealing the peppers, roasting the almonds, and using the garlic confit from his Challah lesson.

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Preserved Lemons

Preserved lemons are an important part of Erez’s kitchen. The salty, briny, citrus flavor brings a beautiful pop of color and flavor, and brightens up any dish. Beautiful, delicious, and long-lasting, get these lemons on your countertop, too.

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Papaya Tabbouleh with Caramelized Peanuts

A spin on the regional Tabbouleh salad, with other variations offered in Erez’s class, this one stands out with the use of Papaya. Tangy, tart, and caramelized peanuts to add some crunch and sweetness. As Erez would say, “wowowowow”.

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Caramelized Peanuts

Erez shows you his simple method for creating crunchy, caramelized nuts. Using peanuts or any other favorite nut but with herbs, spice, and savory tones thanks to Erez’s touch. Put it in Erez’s Papaya Tabbouleh salad, or add it to anything you like.

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Labneh Balls

A staple in Erez’s kitchen, the simple nature of Labneh balls can be used in a variety of ways: in salads, with eggs, over a toast, it’s really up to you. Learn the secrets to creating perfectly preserved balls of cheesy love.

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Watermelon & Feta Salad with Purslane

Simple, sweet, and salty. This unique salad is bursting with fresh flavors of goat cheese and bright greens. Let Erez show you a delectable salad using the pink wonder that is watermelon.

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Kibbeh Nayyeh

This levantine mezze consists of game or goat meat mixed with bulgur, lemon zest and juice, spices and formed into kibbehs. A traditional Middle Eastern tartare.

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Vineyard Breakfast: Wine, Cheese & Eggs

Travel to the Shvo Winery vineyards in the northern Galilee where Erez cooks alongside winemaker Gaby a delicious open-fire breakfast. Erez tosses veggies and eggs into a pan, along with cheese, fresh bread, and wine. A simply perfect breakfast in paradise.

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Siniya

Erez fires up his Taboon oven to create a traditional Lebanese dish named for the pan it’s roasted in, with lamb kebabs, tomatoes, and raw tahini.

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Aharoni’s Lamb Schnitzel-Pops

Chicken Schnitzel is the most popular every-day food in Israel, but this new version will blow your mind. Created by legendary Israeli chef Israel Aharoni, who teaches Erez how to make schnitzel-style baby lamb chops. The beautiful little lollipop chops are given a preparation combining original flavors with notes of French and Italy with the Dijon mustard, Parmesan cheese and herbs. Twice breaded and slow-and-low shallow fried to perfection. Enjoy the steaming, savory popsicles with a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of salt. You’ll be left wondering why you’ve been limiting your lamb chops to the grill or oven, and ready to make your own Schnitzel-Pops.

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Lamb Kebabs, Roasted Corn, Mashwiya & Mulukhiyah

Erez invites friends to prepare and grill lamb kebabs over an open fire, with roasted corn and Mashwiya and Mulukhiyah salads.

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Erez’s Fish

You’ll learn two unique variations on fish: oven-baked fish with grapes and tomatoes, and fish crudo with berries and chilis. Erez roasts in a traditional Taboon oven with tomatoes, chilis, habaneros, garlic gloves, sour grapes, and the requisite bath of olive oil and salt, while the Crudo is sliced fresh and showered with mulberries, tomatoes, peppers and garden fresh tarragon. In both, Erez aims to strip the intimidation from fish cookery and encourages you to approach the ingredient with confidence. “You must not be afraid of your ingredients or imperfections – imperfections make the whole thing. Cut the fish like you cut a cucumber!”

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Harissa Chicken with Green Tomato & Peach Salad

Join Erez alongside best-selling cookbook author, Adeena Sussman, to create this amazing Harissa chicken dish featuring green tomato and peach salad. Harissa, a Tunisian style hot chili paste, imparts tremendous flavor to any dish. Erez marinades chicken breast before grilling over charcoal and showering with garden fresh greens, tomatoes and stone fruit, which balances spicy with sweet. Multifaceted and mouthwatering, it’s a flavor you won’t forget.

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Hummus Mezze

Mezze is an assortment of small dishes eaten as an appetizer or light meal. Serve this at a dinner party and your friends will love you.

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Pita

Pita – the deliciously edible envelope – can be stuffed with almost anything. Learn how to bake the Middle Eastern staple in your home oven, and how you can turn the pliable pita dough into Sficha and Manakeesh, two Middle-Eastern pizzas.

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Rustic Summer Cake

Erez teaches a simple, sweet, summery cake straight from his childhood. This quick confection is based on a batter of butter, flour, sour cream and lemon zest, and topped with juicy fresh apricots that are roughly halved and dunked waist-deep in the batter.

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Israeli Breakfast

Erez teaches his quintessential Israeli breakfast: fiery-hot Shakshuka, alongside a fire-roasted eggplant salad and refreshing cucumber salad, served beside his beloved Challah bread.

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Challah

Bake two of Erez’s signature stuffed challah breads, one woven with fennel & sage blossoms, the other stuffed with savory Kashkaval cheese and garlic confit. These loaves are true centerpiece stunners.

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Erez’s Story

Get to know Erez as he takes you on a journey from the market to the farm, from the city center to the countryside, from the past to the present to uncover his story and modern Middle-Eastern cuisine.