Looking for some exquisite wines to serve at your next kiddush? We sipped, swirled and tasted loads to help you find some new gems.
Eyal Shani, Israel’s favorite bad-boy celebrity chef, created a small stir in the food world with an innovative new menu item — ice cream in a pita.
Could the startup nation become a powerhouse for food-related startups, too? A new tech accelerator in Israel could make this happen.
We caught up with Chef Michael Solomonov who is touring Israel to make a PBS documentary on the country’s food.
Israeli-American chef Michael Solomonov is set to open a laid back hummus joint and a restaurant serving traditional food from the Jewish Diaspora in the city of brotherly love.
Exactly ten years ago, Michael Solomonov’s brother died while serving in the IDF. This week, the famed Israeli chef returned home to cook for the slain soldier’s comrades.
Can one of Israel’s leading boutique breweries carve out a niche among the thousands of brews sold in the United States? Malka Beer is about to find out.
Home-cooked meals in citrus-tree-lined gardens, glasses of wine overlooking rolling green hills, and fresh cheeses a stone’s throw from the grassy pastures — what better reason to go touring the Judean hills outside Jerusalem?
Israeli culture balances itself between hot modern trends and deep traditions. This trickles down, even to our choice of tea. Made with fresh herbs or traditional bagged tea, the drink is incredibly popular.
Jachnun is a show of human ingenuity — simple ingredients turned into a delicacy that can be served hot on Shabbat, given the limitations of poverty and Jewish religious law. It’s also an immigrant success story, but like many immigrants, it succeeded in its adopted homeland by coming far from its roots — a hearty meal that soared to popularity by transforming itself into a pastry.