Tahini has so many benefits. It goes great with almost any other food (you could put it on your salads, shakshuka, falafel, and a lot of other options). Moreover, it has a lot of iron (B12) and many other vitamins that are great for our body. One way to eat tahini is by making tahini cookies. Eliran, a traveler that stayed in Auckland during the COVID 19 pandemic in New Zealand, shares his recipe for great tahini cookies on our website.
The Calendar in the Yesh app is packed with fantastic features to ensure you have trouble-free hosting. As a family man, a business owner with church and ministry commitments, my schedule is terribly busy. Although hosting Israeli travelers is also a priority, when I can’t host. I need to be able to make our home […]
Dror, our staff writer, has made us some Passover French Toast. It’s called Matzo Brie; frying some matzas with eggs and milk. He told us how he makes it, with the simple recipe that comes from his mama, Miri.
A gathering for Shakshuka at Meet at the Mountain backpacker hostel for Israeli Travelers – Dror the Explorer gave us a great Shakshuka recipe and made it. It was delicious! Shakshuka recipe below. The Yesh staff have invertedly hired a Chef! Dror and I had just met the new owners of ‘Meet at the Mountain‘ […]
The Megillah The Scroll of Esther (megillah means “scroll” in Hebrew) is one of the five megillahs that are included in the biblical canon. These books are all relatively short and are part of Ketuvim (the Writings portion of the Torah that comes after the Pentateuch and the Prophets). They are The Song of Songs (Shir HaShirim), Ruth, Lamentations (Eicha), Ecclesiastes (Kohelet) and Esther.
Tongiriro Alpine Crossing Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of NZ born Hiker who died of a heart attack on Thursday the 13th of 2020. We salute any person of his grand old age hiking. As we cross paths on great hikes the elderly always have our respect. We’ve all passed them […]