Culinary Tours of the Galilee is the creation of Abbie Rosner, a freelance writer covering the Galilee’s multi-cultural culinary scene. Her articles have appeared in Gastronomica, Wine Spectator and other publications (see below).
A native of Washington, D.C., Abbie has lived in the Galilee for the past 25 years, much of which has been spent exploring and enjoying the culinary traditions of her neighbors.
“I am endlessly fascinated by the variety and authenticity of the food in the Galilee – and how the people who prepare it are so intimately connected to the land and the rhythms of the seasons. We have much to learn from them.”
Abbie is a member of the Upper Galilee Slow Food Convivium.
Article in South Africa Sunday Times - 19 August 2012
Radio Interview - Dugrinet (in Hebrew) - scroll down for link to broadcast
Breaking Bread in Galilee - A Culinary Journey into the Promised Land - Hilayon Press
Roasting Wheat in Galilee - Gastronomica Magazine of Food and Culture (www.gastronomica.org) - Summer 2011 Issue
Olive Harvest - Lilith Magazine, Winter 2009-10 Issue
Article on Olive Harvest - Ha'aretz (by Ronit Vered)
Honey by Any Other Name - The Jew and the Carrot Blog on Jews, Food and Contemporary Issues
Foraging for Edible Plants in the Galilee - Slow Food Movement's Terra Madre Website
An Interview with Erez Komarovsky of Erez Breads, Israel - Gastronomica Magazine, Fall 2008 Issue
Northern Israel's Mediterranean Soul - Wine Spectator Magazine, June 30, 2008 Issue
Foraging with the Bedouins of Galilee - Gastronomica Magazine, Winter 2007 Issue