Tuesday, February 25, 2014

BDS fail never tasted so good

BDS fail never tasted so good. Jerusalem's famed Cafe Marzipan's rugalach figure prominently on a list from Condé Nast Traveler  of " The Best Desserts in the World (and Where to Get Them)"

This surprises no one. Cafe Marzipan recent made the J Post's list of best bakeries in Jerusalem
Marzipan is most famous for the gooey rugelach. The most popular are the chocolate variation but they’re also available in cinnamon, vanilla, blueberry, sesame seeds, apple, poppy seeds, chocolate chip and cheese danish. 
With the rugelach taking center stage, it’s easy to overlook the bakery’s excellent hallot, cakes, savory pastries, biscuits, meringues and more. The flagship store on Agrippas Street is always teeming with American Yeshiva students and tourists, whereas the Emek Refaim franchise store is a little more suburban and has a small dairy café on site. 

Yummmm.  Sweet.  Yet another BDS fail.

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