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Galilee Seasonality has Moved!

November 9, 2014

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Please visit Galilee Seasonality’s new home at: www.galileecuisine.com   Abbie Rosner Advertisements

Back to the Batof

August 30, 2014

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Last June, and seemingly a decade ago, I visited the cities of Sakhnin and Arrabe, for meetings with two NGOs.  At the time, I learned about the work being done by the Towns Association for Environmental Quality on behalf of the Arab farmers of the Bet Netufa Valley.  I was also treated to the wonderful […]

The Garden of New Year

September 4, 2013

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How confusing to celebrate two New Years each year.  Can I pledge allegiance to one of them, or at least find some resonance beyond the occasion for a holiday meal or a midnight kiss? Because I live in the Galilee, from whose agricultural landscape the practice of declaring a New Year at the end of […]

Defying Closure

September 13, 2012

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Looking out my window at the full-grown green olives weighing down the branches of our tree, I am reminded that the Jewish New Year does not begin neatly at the end of one traditional agricultural year and the beginning of another.  These olives, last of the summer fruit to ripen, will only be harvested in […]

My Olives Taste Good!

December 13, 2011

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Ron and I cure olives every year – but always green ones.  We have the technique down pat – and have even found a convenient shortcut for cracking the olives, in a handy little machine at the El Babour Mill in Nazareth (see my post from Oct. 9).  But I love black olives too and […]