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Episode 9 | Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Bison Burger from Wyoming

Ori visits the state of Wyoming, a mountain state surrounded by breathtaking nature, which is also the last stop on our journey. The visit begins in Jackson, at a midway restaurant that sells a New York-style Jewish pastrami sandwich. From there he continues skiing with members of the Jewish community - and although he does not discover his talent there - he makes up for it by having lunch with the Trachtenberg family, a third generation Jewish family that lives in Jackson Hole. He ends the evening at a local cowboy pub, where he eats bison meat - which is very common in Wyoming.

Episode 6 | The Jewish Baker Who Made it Big in a Small Town in the Southern US

Ori continues his journey in southern United States, this time in the state of Arkansas, where he visits a local bakery - Ambrosia - and meets Milli, a Jewish lady who used to live in Israel, and now runs a bakery with a variety of Jewish pastries. After that, Ori continues to the hot springs of the city of Hot Springs, after which the city is named, and he ends his visit with a southern Friday dinner with the small Jewish community that remained in the city.

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