AMSTERDAM (JTA) – A cookbook from Tel Aviv won the first prize in the Dutch national competition for new contributions to the cookbook genre.
Dutch and Jewish writer and journalist Jigal Krant's final TLV – Recipes and Stories from Tel Aviv yazar was announced on Friday for winning this year's Golden Cookbook Award among five finalists. The competition began this year with 64 cookbooks published in the Netherlands.
Janny van der Heijden, the chairman of the five judges, said, He teaches, pleases and entertains ın the readers of the book of Krant.
”A cookbook, good reading material and a travel guide,“ he said.
Krant says in his book: bir Tel Aviv is a progressive city in a conservative region. A melting pot with many kitchens. In an area where religious rules often determine how far the table ends, Tel Aviv has an innovative and free kitchen without rules. "
Many of the recipes in the Krant's book are classic dishes served in Tel Aviv cafes and restaurants, such as green shakshuka, tahini-roasted aubergines, various humus dishes, and malabi dessert pudding. Some are extrapolations, which the author foresees how Dutch Dutch dishes such as white asparagus will look after receiving Tel Aviv treatment.
Kon He cooked it in water and did not serve it with butter sauce or ham, maz said Krant, an Israeli chef.
The award was created in 2015 by the CPNB association promoting Dutch literature in the Netherlands and Belgium.