Wordless Wednesday-The Shuk

One last Israel post sharing one of my favorite places in Jerusalem, the Shuk!

Wouldn’t this be an amazing place to do your weekly grocery shopping?!














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17 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday-The Shuk

  1. How amazing-and you ended with desert! I love open air markets! I really liked the sign that was in Hebrew but said Happy Hour on the bottom-how funny! You are very good with the camera-congrats on the entire trip-it looks as if you really enjoyed it.

  2. Sometimes I feel like the US is lame and that other countries know whats up in the food market arena. While a grocery store is convenient I want cheap street groceries out of barrels!!!

    • So true! I never thought about it but I have seen amazing pictures of world markets on other blogs and could have spent days at this market alone. I love the buying in bulk fresh produce and spices and using that to put together a meal. It’s incredible!

    • I did! I bought some incredible teas and spices to bring home, plus tahini for the BOY. I also brought home some snacks. While I was there I LOVED the fresh figs and dried fruit and nuts. I spent more money here than on souvenirs : )

    • It made me want to host a dinner party for sure! Come up with an awesome and unique menu, shop, and serve friends. I bought some of the best dried fruit EVER and would be there everyday too!

  3. Thanks for sharing! Looks amazing. I am sure being a cook like you are, you were in heaven. It even made me want to cook…..a little bit anyways. 🙂

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