Dr Nof Atamna-Ismaeel is an impressive lady. The 35 year-old mother of three (under nines) not only triumphed in the Israeli version of MasterChef in 2014, but also has a doctorate in microbiology. The victory, in which she saw off 4,000 keen foodies, enabled her to build herself a career in food.
It is a reprieve from all that cleaning and preparing for Passover in Britain but it's not quite the full-service hotel experience. How can you make Passover in your holiday home or rental flat without getting tied to the kitchen? If you eat kosher, restaurantsare out of the question for the Seder and other festival meals. But you can book into hotels for Sedarim or for a few meals.
It's a night different from all others, but some Seders are even more unusual.
You won't find many of the usual suspects on Ines Arntz Romanelli's Seder plate. The chef was born in Brazil - of a Jewish mother and Italian father - and is an advocate of a raw, vegan lifestyle, which carries through into her Seder night meal.
While Israeli hotels are always looking for new ways to pamper their Passover visitors, they have discovered that guests actually prefer traditional festival cuisine, albeit with a modern interpretation.