Chances are, if you're interested in Israeli cooking, you're familiar with Chef Michael Solomonov, who shows off his skills at Philadelphia restaurant Zahav .
Now, with the release of Solomonov’s first cookbook, “Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt/Rux Martin Books, $35), home cooks can re-create the famed dishes of Zahav in their own kitchens.
Atlantans can meet Solomonov today and tomorrow and get a taste of his modern Israeli cooking style when he visits the city as part of his book tour. Today, Solomonov will be at Parish, a brasserie and cafe in Inman Park , for a four-course dinner presented by chef Stuart Tracy. Tomorrow, Solomonov will speak during a luncheon at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta in Dunwoody as part of the MJCCA’s book festival. Both events will feature dishes from recipes in the new cookbook.
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