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Israeli chef faces Turkish viewers
Raz Shechnik
Published: 19.01.12, 13:10
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1. Too bad he won't combine Turkish and kosher
Carl ,   USA   (01.19.12)
One would think a gastronomical ambassador from Israel might present a menu that is more representative of the unique cultural/religious aspects of his people, rather than serving cheese and beef together. But I applaud his efforts towards reconciliation.
2. I aplaud his efforts about reconciliating cheese and beef
Nilson Fa ,   Rio de Janeiro   (01.20.12)
3. COOKING IN tURKEY
Rona Kruger ,   israel   (01.20.12)
GOOD LUCK SHAUL BEN ADERET. WE ARE SENDING SUCH A GREAT COOK TO DO THE JOB...LET THE BLUE ROOSTER CROW ALL THE WAY LOVE AND LIGHT RONA
4. What a terrible waste of a dream, cook for a demented ass.
Bunnie Meyer ,   Los Angeles, CA USA   (01.21.12)
5. When are Israels going to understand Turkish hatred?
David ,   Karmiel, Israel   (01.21.12)
Some Turkish Jews, like the Jews in Nazi Germany, are burying their heads in the sand and Israelis visiting Turkey are blind to the hatred of Jews expressed by the TURKISH PEOPLE - "Jews OUT!" they shouted! Turkey is an ally of Iran and is is working hand in hand with the Ahmadinejad regime to destroy Israel! The to wake up and smell the roses!
6. "My dream is to cook for Erdogan" next ahmedinijahd?
ygalg ,   israel   (01.26.12)
7. A true chef!
Kika ,   Tel Aviv   (04.07.12)
First, a real chef cooks for his guests, not for himself. If his guests don't eat kosher, why shoud he have those limitations? If you were not at that dinner, why do you care what he cooked? And second, any chef considers it an honor to cook for an important person, like a head of state. I'm sure he would be just as happy to cook for Erdogan, as for Obama, or Sarcozy.
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