World’s leading culinary magazine ranks Yonatan Roshfeld of Herbert Samuel, Tapas Ahad Ha’am as world’s most promising chef
The prestigious culinary magazine Food&Wine has ranked Israeli chef Yonatan Roshfeld first place in its list of rising star chefs.
The magazine, which is considered a leading publication in the culinary world, publishes a list of the 100 most important aspects in the field of food each year, including interesting trends, top-notch restaurants and innovative bars.
The most coveted category is that of promising chefs, the stars of the future. This year, Roshfeld, chef at the Tel Aviv restaurants Herbert Samuel and Tapas Ahad Ha’am, leads the list.
Roshfeld is followed by chefs from Australia, Scotland and Portugal.
The magazine lauded Roshfeld’s “hit” restaurant, Herbert Samuel, saying it presents a new Middle East, and said his second success, Tapas Ahad Ha’am, combines the finest Spanish and Israeli ingredients.
Roshfeld said on Sunday, “We must remember that Israel is not on the critic’s way, they have to come here especially, and the fact is, they did.
“You can’t ignore the fact that, lately, Israel has been on the map of global gastronomy.”
Article published in talk-show guru’s website praises UltraShape’s fat dissolving technology, calls it next big thing in cosmetics
Talk-show and lifestyle guru Oprah Winfrey made the share price of Israeli company UltraShape, which developed a device that dissolves fat, skyrocket on Monday.
In an article published on the website of Oprah’s magazine on April 19, the company’s technology is hailed as one of the most promising innovations in the cosmetics world.
The article was published on the UltraShape’s website on Sunday, and caused their stock to soar 63% in an unusual cycle of some NIS26 million (about $7 million).
The write-up in Oprah’s magazine opened by saying that in the past Botox and laser were considered science fiction, but nowadays there are a number of innovations in the market that might create another revolution in the cosmetics world.
About UltraShape, the article noted, “It sounds too good to be true, but it may soon be a reality: Many dermatologists and plastic surgeons are confident that in the coming years they’ll be able to eliminate unwanted fat painlessly, without the invasiveness and risks of liposuction.”
The article explained that UltraShape’s technology can safely remove fat cells, which are destroyed by ultrasound and eliminated from the body as waste.
Despite the praise, the writers note that UltraShape is the preferred solution for those suffering from extreme over-weight and is mostly efficient in areas where there is fat concentration.
UltraShape’s product is still waiting to receive an approval from the American FDA before the machine can be marketed in the United States.