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Savannah, Georgia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Savannah is the largest city in, and the county seat of, Chatham County, Georgia, USA. The city of Savannah was established in 1733 and was the colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Each year Savannah attracts millions of visitors, who enjoy the city's architecture and historic buildings: the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low (founder of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America), the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences (one of the South's first public museums), the First African Baptist Church (the oldest African American Baptist congregations in the United States), Temple Mickve Israel (the third-oldest synagogue in America), and the Central of Georgia Railway roundhouse complex (the oldest standing antebellum rail facility in America).

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Zahav
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James Beard Award winner of Outstanding Restaurant (2019) James Beard Award winner of Outstanding Chef (2017) James Beard Book of the Year and Best International Cookbook (2016) The James Beard Award-winning chef and co-owner of Philadelphia's Zahav restaurant reinterprets the glorious cuisine of Israel for American home kitchens. Ever since he opened Zahav in 2008, chef Michael Solomonov has been turning heads with his original interpretations of modern Israeli cuisine, attracting notice from the New York Times , Bon Appétit , ("an utter and total revelation") , and Eater ( "Zahav defines Israeli cooking in America"). Zahav showcases the melting-pot cooking of Israel, especially the influences of the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe. Solomonov's food includes little dishes called mezze , such as the restaurant's insanely popular fried cauliflower, a hummus so ethereal that it put Zahav on the culinary map, and a pink lentil soup with lamb meatballs that one critic called "Jerusalem in a bowl." It also includes a majestic dome of Persian wedding rice and a whole roasted lamb shoulder with pomegranate and chickpeas that's a celebration in itself. All Solomonov's dishes are brilliantly adapted to local and seasonal ingredients. Zahav tells an authoritative and personal story of how Solomonov embraced the food of his birthplace. With its blend of technique and passion, this book shows readers how to make his food their own.

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Savannah, Georgia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Savannah is the largest city in, and the county seat of, Chatham County, Georgia, USA. The city of Savannah was established in 1733 and was the colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Each year Savannah attracts millions of visitors, who enjoy the city's architecture and historic buildings: the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low (founder of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America), the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences (one of the South's first public museums), the First African Baptist Church (the oldest African American Baptist congregations in the United States), Temple Mickve Israel (the third-oldest synagogue in America), and the Central of Georgia Railway roundhouse complex (the oldest standing antebellum rail facility in America).

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Rae Perlin
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rae Perlin (September 11, 1910 March 5, 2006) nurse, artist born St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, best known for her exquisite sketches and her prolific work as an impressionists painter. Perlin, the youngest of six children of Adelle (Adams) and Israel Perlin, was educated at Bishop Spencer College in St. John's and a private school in Ontario. She left for New York at an early age to study nursing. She graduated from nursing school in 1934 and worked as a nurse during the Great Depression and the World War II. Her passion was not nursing but art where she eventually studied with Samuel Brecher under Hans Hofmann. Perlin moved to Paris in 1950 to study at L'Academic Grande Chaumiere and Academic Ransom to further her art studies. From there she moved to London to study at the Polytechnic of Central London. In 1959 she moved back to St. John's to care for her ailing mother. While back at her birthplace she worked at the St. John's General Hospital, still not liking that profession.

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Ödön Pártos
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ödön Pártos [alternate English transcription: Oedeon Partos, Hungarian original: Pártos Ödön, Hebrew: (Eden Partosh)] (October 1, 1907 in Budapest July 6, 1977 in Tel Aviv), was a Hungarian-Israeli violist and composer. A recipient of the Israel Prize, he taught and served as director of the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv. Partos was born in Budapest (at that time, part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire) and studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, together with Antal Doráti and Mátyás Seiber, studied the violin with Jen Hubay and composition with Zoltán Kodály. Upon completing his studies, he was accepted to the position of Principal Violinist in an orchestra in Lucerne, after which he played in other European orchestras, among them, in Berlin. In 1934, following Hitler''s ascendance to power, Partos returned to his birthplace, Budapest, where he was Principal Violinist in the Budapest Symphony Orchestra city''s symphony orchestra.

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Rae Perlin
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rae Perlin (September 11, 1910 March 5, 2006) nurse, artist born St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, best known for her exquisite sketches and her prolific work as an impressionists painter. Perlin, the youngest of six children of Adelle (Adams) and Israel Perlin, was educated at Bishop Spencer College in St. John's and a private school in Ontario. She left for New York at an early age to study nursing. She graduated from nursing school in 1934 and worked as a nurse during the Great Depression and the World War II. Her passion was not nursing but art where she eventually studied with Samuel Brecher under Hans Hofmann. Perlin moved to Paris in 1950 to study at L'Academic Grande Chaumiere and Academic Ransom to further her art studies. From there she moved to London to study at the Polytechnic of Central London. In 1959 she moved back to St. John's to care for her ailing mother. While back at her birthplace she worked at the St. John's General Hospital, still not liking that profession.

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Ödön Pártos
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ödön Pártos [alternate English transcription: Oedeon Partos, Hungarian original: Pártos Ödön, Hebrew: (Eden Partosh)] (October 1, 1907 in Budapest July 6, 1977 in Tel Aviv), was a Hungarian-Israeli violist and composer. A recipient of the Israel Prize, he taught and served as director of the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv. Partos was born in Budapest (at that time, part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire) and studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, together with Antal Doráti and Mátyás Seiber, studied the violin with Jen Hubay and composition with Zoltán Kodály. Upon completing his studies, he was accepted to the position of Principal Violinist in an orchestra in Lucerne, after which he played in other European orchestras, among them, in Berlin. In 1934, following Hitler''s ascendance to power, Partos returned to his birthplace, Budapest, where he was Principal Violinist in the Budapest Symphony Orchestra city''s symphony orchestra.

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Zahav
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James Beard Award winner of Outstanding Restaurant (2019) James Beard Award winner of Outstanding Chef (2017) James Beard Book of the Year and Best International Cookbook (2016) The James Beard Award-winning chef and co-owner of Philadelphia's Zahav restaurant reinterprets the glorious cuisine of Israel for American home kitchens. Ever since he opened Zahav in 2008, chef Michael Solomonov has been turning heads with his original interpretations of modern Israeli cuisine, attracting notice from the New York Times , Bon Appétit , ("an utter and total revelation") , and Eater ( "Zahav defines Israeli cooking in America"). Zahav showcases the melting-pot cooking of Israel, especially the influences of the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe. Solomonov's food includes little dishes called mezze , such as the restaurant's insanely popular fried cauliflower; a hummus so ethereal that it put Zahav on the culinary map; and a pink lentil soup with lamb meatballs that one critic called "Jerusalem in a bowl." It also includes a majestic dome of Persian wedding rice and a whole roasted lamb shoulder with pomegranate and chickpeas that's a celebration in itself. All Solomonov's dishes are brilliantly adapted to local and seasonal ingredients. Zahav tells an authoritative and personal story of how Solomonov embraced the food of his birthplace. With its blend of technique and passion, this book shows readers how to make his food their own.

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Zahav
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James Beard Award winner of Outstanding Restaurant (2019) James Beard Award winner of Outstanding Chef (2017) James Beard Book of the Year and Best International Cookbook (2016) The James Beard Award-winning chef and co-owner of Philadelphia's Zahav restaurant reinterprets the glorious cuisine of Israel for American home kitchens. Ever since he opened Zahav in 2008, chef Michael Solomonov has been turning heads with his original interpretations of modern Israeli cuisine, attracting notice from the New York Times , Bon Appétit , ("an utter and total revelation") , and Eater ( "Zahav defines Israeli cooking in America"). Zahav showcases the melting-pot cooking of Israel, especially the influences of the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe. Solomonov's food includes little dishes called mezze , such as the restaurant's insanely popular fried cauliflower; a hummus so ethereal that it put Zahav on the culinary map; and a pink lentil soup with lamb meatballs that one critic called "Jerusalem in a bowl." It also includes a majestic dome of Persian wedding rice and a whole roasted lamb shoulder with pomegranate and chickpeas that's a celebration in itself. All Solomonov's dishes are brilliantly adapted to local and seasonal ingredients. Zahav tells an authoritative and personal story of how Solomonov embraced the food of his birthplace. With its blend of technique and passion, this book shows readers how to make his food their own.

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