In “Falastin,” Sami Tamimi cooks with tradition, love and politics
Is ‘Ottolenghi Simple’ a contradiction in terms?
This British rapper imagines a world where cookbooks have replaced the Bible.
The high-end Tel Aviv food scene has finally come to New York.
In the midst of such a fractious time, can a book of confections by a popular chef help spread joy?
One of the seven species of Israel, the fig, plays a starring role in Ottolenghi’s dessert, making it a great choice for Sukkot.
These little French cakes look splendid when iced, but also work with no icing.
Ottolenghi alums Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich, the Israeli couple behind London’s Honey & Co., have a beautiful new baking book full of sweet and savory treats.
When Etgar Keret couldn’t make it to the London Jewish community center to appear with celebrity chef Yotam Ottolenghi and star Guardian columnist (and novelist) Jonathan Freedland he sent this video.
There’s a new Israeli restaurant in London: Strut & Cluck.