Visiting the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret) can make a fella hungry. So what do you do for lunch?
St Peter’s fish and chips of course!
People have been sharing meals like this on the seashore for millennia, but at no time as intensively as today. Excessive pressure has forced bans and limits on fishing in the Sea of Galilee. No worries though. Fish farms make up the lack and fill the plates.
Of course, this means that the tilapia on your plate may have never splashed in the Sea of Galilee, ate a coin, or multiplied. See an interesting story here.
Still, it is a pilgrim pleasure to be enjoyed. Have you tried it? Grilled or fried? What did you think?
Photo by Bible Land Explorer Jess Pottker.
These fish-eaters are part of the residency program of Johnson University. The program is a collaborative arrangement between Johnson University and local churches. The program leads to a Master of Strategic Ministry degree.
If you would like to have a fishy adventure of your own in the Land of the Bible, know that there are openings for trips departing this summer. Shoot me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org or check our full list of opportunities here.