In this Dec. 18 photo, chefs Yotam Ottolenghi, right, and Sami Tamimi, left, try freshly baked breadsticks at their company's bakery in London. One chef is Israeli, the other a Palestinian. So it is with “Jerusalem,” their latest cookbook, that traces their memories of a shared city, the Jewish west and the Arab east, together with the food — the commodity held in common in a city riven by division. Ottolenghi and Tamimi have been business partners for about 10 years.
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