I'm not in my usual location.
In the heart of the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, a young yeshivah (Talmudic college) student has started an open air fast food business making and selling latkes. He's trying to raise money to pay towards his wedding, this summer. Now let's see. The profit on each latke sold is....ummm, maybe four shekels (50p). So to pay for a wedding, you'd have to sell..... (suggestions, please, in the comments).
One of his business partners has taken a break from the business of mixing the latke mixture and frying. He's trying out the time honoured Jewish role of shlepping-- bringing in the customers. A close mutual friend's at the front of the shot, her expression showing her own take on this lively business venture.
UPDATE: The latke selling venture had to close with the end of Chanukah. But it ended up making 3,000 shekels profit. That's over four hundred pounds. Amazing. On the strength of it, the young man who was looking to finance his wedding proposed to his girlfriend. And was accepted.