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A Name as Fine Oil

Eating Israeli olive oil on Chanukah

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Sufganiyot
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Liberation Libations

Wine suggestions for Chanukah fare

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6 Scrumptious Holiday Food Gifts To Make And Give

Israeli-inspired do-it-yourself delicacies will give your recipients a seriously delicious holiday season.

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Which Wine Is Best To Sip With Sufganiyot?

Israeli wineries offer new Hanukkah Food & Wine Pairing Guide to suggest which varieties best complement the flavors of classic holiday dishes.

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Arab Cuisine To Blanket Haifa With Tantalizing Aromas

Downtown Haifa welcomes the third annual A-Sham Arab food festival, December 13-15, 2017.

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Tel Aviv’s Bakery Serves Up Deep-Fried Donut Tradition

Every bakery in Israel works overtime to fill the demand for these tasty Hanukkah treats. ISRAEL21c visits one confectionery shop to see how it's done.

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Dispatches of a Cuisine Nearly Lost to the Nazis

A new cookbook explores German-Jewish food

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Berches
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Tips for The Perfect Latke
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This Moroccan Doughnut Is Israel’s Hottest Chanukah Treat
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The Chanukah Flavors Of Yore

An old-school Festival of Lights table.

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Chanukah, By The Glass

The perfect wines to pair with those heimishe holiday delights.

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Gelt and Geld: December Holiday Chocolate Coin Traditions

Two winter holidays are celebrated with chocolate candies

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9 Little-Known Israeli Food Markets To Check Out ASAP

Open-air marketplaces are perfect for discovering fresh local produce, souvenirs, street food and a bite of Israeli authenticity.

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Wine is Best Savored, Not Saved

Don’t keep putting off opening that “special” wine

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Why Kosher Butchers In Western Europe Are Preparing To Close Shop
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8 Great Israeli Cafés Serving Coffee And A Slice Of Social-Welfare

Social eateries across Israel aim to please palates while employing, training and rehabilitating populations such as dropouts and disabled adults.

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Rediscovering Israel’s Ancient Olive Industry

‘Italians use olive oil today because Roman soldiers brought trees with them from this land, back to their capital centuries ago.

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Your Thanksgiving Menu
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The 5 Weirdest Kosher Foods You’ll Be Eating In 2018