Month: March 2018

Public Health

Grilled Chicken Wings With Middle-Eastern Flavors

This week is when the weather finally turns warm in Israel, inviting families on Passover vacation to fire up their grills outdoors. You can hardly walk through a public park without skirting families unpacking picnics, fanning charcoals, and chasing runaway toddlers. And chicken wings are a favorite on these picnics, …
Yachts

Announcing Applebum

All summer long From throwback jams to new school sounds, Applebum is a celebration of Hip Hop and RnB on a quest to rediscover, relive and reimagine the music, fashion and lifestyle of a movement that helped shape a generation. From sold out events across the UK to festival sets across Europe, Applebum is …
Cruise Travel

Things to do in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is a common starting point for many Caribbean cruises, and while many guests tend to arrive just in time to embark, the city itself certainly warrants at least a day of exploring. So instead of simply using Fort Lauderdale as a start or end point, consider spending a …
Cruise Travel

Top 10 Things to do in Japan

Japan is an incredibly beautiful destination that evokes thoughts of mystery, elegance, and tradition. Steeped in history and a rich culture, the country offers all sorts of wonderful places to see, and unique experiences waiting to be had. If you’ll be visiting on an exciting Far East cruise, take a …
Public Health

Beef Short Ribs In The Slow Cooker

Being vegewarian, I keep meat for holidays and special occasions. Because that’s what vegewarian means – eating mostly sustainable and local vegetarian foods, with meat dishes only once in a while. Here’s one of our typical vegewarian non-meat recipes. With Passover on the way, I’m thinking what sumptuous meat dish …