Givat Arnon (Hill 777)
“There is a very special feeling on the Hill because of its pluralistic openness. Living with people so different to myself has made me more open and tolerant, and more willing to accept things as they are. In the city it’s easy to change one’s kindergarten and neighbors, but in a small place like this, this is one’s sole reality. And you have to work on your inner-self to adapt rather than make external changes.”
By Iyar Segal
- Boil the cream and melt the chocolate and butter into it until it takes on a sheen.
- Line a rectangular tin with baking paper and pour in the mixture. Close it well and freeze overnight.
- After frozen, seperate the chocolate from the paper and cut into cubes with a sharp knife (or shape into balls).
- Place cocoa in a bowl and roll the chocolate in it until it is completely covered.
- Store in freezer.
"A Taste of the Heartland"
To learn more about Michal Tawil and get ALL of her wonderful recipes and MORE contact us to purchase the Lev Haolam Cookbook, “A Taste of the Heartland,” written by Yonat Rom, both a pioneer of Judea and Samaria and the wonderful wife of Lev Haolam’s founder Nati Rom.