Jerusalem's top events for the week of November 1st
As winter in Jerusalem makes a slow, hesitant approach, the city has
food on the mind with a cornucopia of food-themed events on the menu
over the days ahead. Toast dragons and knights with an ancient wooden
goblet filled to the brim at the Knights Festival, explore the cultural-social aspects of food at Kolben Dance's Jerusalem debut of "Truffles," eat your way through Jerusalem of the Second Temple Period
with Beit Avi Chai's tour - these events are but a small taste of the
feast of culinary-minded happenings around town this week.
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