Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda Market Jerusalem’s 800,000 inhabitants are a dizzying blend of cultures, all influential in the shaping of this incredible and contentious space. The riches of this tiny and diverse country converge at Mahane Yehuda. Established by Arab traders during the Ottoman Empire in the late 1800s, the shuk is a place where all walks… Read More →
Come On In! Ever wondered what kind of crazy stuff I have hidden in my cabinets? From Syrian honey, dry foraged seaweed and smuggled Chinese noodles to Heggies frozen pizza for my 10-year-old, here’s a peek at my fully-stocked kitchen.
The Andrew Zimmern Collection at CHEFS Catalog For the past 30 years, I’ve traveled the world experiencing culture through food, and I’ve taken a lot of notes. I’ve seen fantastic food, great technique, but most importantly some incredible equipment. So I’ve partnered with my friends at CHEFS Catalog to bring you a collection of global… Read More →