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Two Israelis — a Jew and an Arab — have created a chilly partnership — through ice cream.
Conan O’Brien is consuming the good stuff. Or is it consuming him?
A Tel Aviv coffee shop is offering free challahs for those who need them in a novel way — by leaving challahs on café tables for an hour each Friday afternoon.
When I wrote about Milk and Honey almost four years ago, the dream of a quality whisky coming from the Holy Land was little more than a structured fantasy.
Yossi Izakovitch is betting that he can convince ultra-Orthodox Jews that his Bordeaux-style blend is good enough to justify its $100 price tag — and its $93 price differential with Manischewitz. Since its first vintage in 2011, Izakovitch’s Jerusalem winery, Metzuda, has gone from selling 1,500 bottles to 25,000 bottles last year.