Taste of Jerusalem
From savory lamb and incredibly well-seasoned chicken to yummy hummus and the traditional kabob, indulge in all of the reasons that Jerusalem is on the "Taste of" list.
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A tasty treat similar to its Italian cousin, the pretzel, beigeleh (or ka'ak in Arabic) is rolled-up dough covered in sesame seeds and served with an herb packet of za'atar for dipping. Beigeleh is sold on the streets in the Christian and Muslim quarters of Jerusalem's Old City.
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Served a variety of ways (e.g., shawarma), lamb is a staple meat in Jerusalem. Enjoy it slow-cooked at Darna, a fine-dining Moroccan restaurant in Jerusalem.
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