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A Druze and a Jew bond over a shared tradition: Syrian cooking

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Published: 23 March 2021

Last updated: 5 March 2024

Ronit Vered: A chance encounter on Instagram led me to some exceptional friends. One is exploring her family's Syrian roots, the other is preparing splendid meals in her Druze village

In Israel, a Druze and a Jew bond over a shared tradition: Syrian cooking (Haaretz)
Ronit Vered: A chance encounter on Instagram led me to some exceptional friends. One is exploring her family's Syrian roots, the other is preparing splendid meals in her Druze village, which was once part of Syria but is now in Israel

Photo: The fellahin market of Brekhat Ram (Lake Ram) in the northeastern Golan Heights (Credit: Dan Perez, Haaretz)

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