Stewart visited sundry markets and farms, consumed a diverse array of street and restaurant food, and toured the ancient sights in Jerusalem. She emphasized that Israel's ancient capital is a "must-see," echoing the recommendations of touristy goodness that we've passed on to you in the past.
Being who she is, she was particularly enamoured by a meal made up of "samplings of yellowtail sashimi, tuna tartare, red mullet and shrimp carpaccio, all served with a cucumber salad with vinaigrette-ginger dressing." Relatedly, she raved to USA Today about delicious cheeses that could be had on account of "150 Anglo Nubian goats" that wander a nearby hillside. So now you know.
There's actually a political backstory here, where anti-Israel activists try to convince celebrities not to go to Israel and Israeli tourism boards respond by going out and getting them. Except in Stewart's case the trip was coordinated with the Israeli Tourism Ministry, not with some random tourism board, because that's how she rolls. Rumors have it that Israeli tourism officials have now set their sights on Oprah, so we'll be looking for her to beat Stewart's statement about how "Israeli-style dining 'fosters generosity and a love of food and entertaining.'" Don't let us down, hackneyed-press-release-writing-PR-flak.