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Inbal Hotel Chef to Share Passover Recipes in Webcast

INBAL JERUSALEM HOTEL EXECUTIVE CHEF WILL HOLD LIVE, GLOBAL TELECAST TO SHARE LEGENDARY PASSOVER RECIPES

STORIED HOLIDAY FOODS AND UNIQUE CREATIONS WILL BE SHARED
Nir Elkayam  chef
Inbal Jerusalem Executive Chef Nir Elkayam

JERUSALEM – The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel is set to share its legendary and eclectic holiday recipes with the world, in the first-ever live Passover cooking broadcast, hosted by award-winning Executive Chef Nir Elkayam. The unprecedented cooking session will be broadcasted live from the Inbal’s kitchen on Tuesday, March 24 at 18.00 IST, with people around the world able tune in and ask questions via a live chat on the following link: https://new.livestream.com/accounts/12552372/Inbal.

Some of the special creations that Elkayam will share recipes and techniques for include an adaptation of the American-style corned beef sandwich, which uses a kosher for Passover “flatbread” and green and red salsa options instead of classic mustard. An original line-up also includes an array of eccentric knaidlach (matza ball) soup selections that will completely change opinions of the traditionally bland dish, with fired onion and parsley, Moroccon spicy and sweet chocolate soup choices. Last year’s favorite, the lox and cream cheese bagel, complete with a hard crust and fluffy inside also makes this year’s menu, which is rounded off with a delicious apple crumble dessert created by the hotel’s talented pastry chef, Doron Gruner. These creations add to the most diverse Passover menu ever at the Inbal, with a remarkably wide selection of dishes.

With the groundbreaking live cooking session, the Inbal hopes to share its gastronomic expertise to viewers around the world and allow them to enjoy five-star Passover dishes from the comfort of their own home.

Elkayam brought his renowned culinary talents to the hotel when he took charge of the Inbal’s kitchen in September last year. Speaking ahead of his live cooking session he said:

I’m delighted to be sharing my unique Passover recipes with people around the world to allow them to enjoy their American and traditional Jewish classics as part of their Seder night and throughout the duration of Passover.”

As the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel readies itself for a busy Passover period, guests will be able to indulge themselves in the creative menu on offer and enjoy the most gourmet dining experience possible.

Food is a central component to the Inbal providing guests with a first-rate experience at the hotel,” said Inbal Jerusalem Hotel Vice President of Sales and Marketing Alex Herman. “The hotel prides itself on giving its guests the most premium lodging possible and with this sophisticated and innovative menu, Passover is no exception.”

The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel is an award-winning, five-star deluxe hotel situated in the heart of Jerusalem overlooking the Old City walls, and minutes away from all the major cultural and historical sites. With its Jerusalem stone exterior, the 283-room hotel is known for its intimate authentic Jerusalem character and impeccable world-class service. The hotel was recently voted the most luxurious hotel in the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards, as well as the best hotel in Israel and fourth best hotel in the entire Middle East by readers of the influential Conde Nast Traveler magazine. For more information, please visit www.inbalhotel.com

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