Jewish culture is flavorful! Inherit Magazine talks with two culinary professionals who have contributed to the landscape of Jewish food with unique and fresh approaches to traditional dishes. We immerse ourselves in the world of Jewish cooking, talk about the art of challah making, just how good a plant-based hamantaschen can be, and how our food unites us as a community. Let’s explore together how enjoying Jewish food can be a cultural, communal, and even spiritual experience!
Idan Chabasov was born and raised in Tel Aviv. With a background in professional dancing, meditation facilitation, and video production, Idan’s path to becoming a challah artist was unexpected: it was during a breathing and meditation session that Idan was inspired to bring “Challah Prince” to life, and turn a long-standing hobby into a career. It is now Chabasov’s mission to use this traditional Jewish food to bring art, beauty, and transformation into the baking world.
Ines Romanelli is originally from Brazil, but moved to Paris to study at the prestigious Ecole Superieure d’Hotellerie. When she finished her studies, she relocated to London, where she still resides. Over the course of her culinary career, she became interested in the power of healing different health and mental conditions through natural methods, and became a student of the Sano School of Culinary Medicine. Romanelli is a certified yoga teacher, mindfulness coach, and global private workshop teacher. Her clients include film directors, actors, army commanders, musicians, investment bankers, lawyers, busy mothers, and children.