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Israeli Couscous Pilaf

A toasty, fragrant, and fresh side dish for any occasion.

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Beat the Heat with a Gimlet

Turn to the Gimlet Cocktail for a refreshing and not too alcoholic drink

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Summer Crush

Falloudeh: a Persian-Israeli crushed ice drink

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Falloudeh
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Burgers
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Veggie Shwarma Pita Sandwich

A meaty, but meat-free, sandwich you will love for lunch or dinner anytime.

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May We Recommend: Peach Cobbler
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A Portion of Challah for Every Parsha
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Pashtida with Zucchini, Corn, and Tomatoes

A colorful celebration of summer produce.

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Leonard Cohen Invented This Delicious-Sounding Cocktail
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20 Meatless Recipes for the Nine Days
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Manischewitz Is Selling All Of Its Kosher Food Business
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Greek Salad With Fried Halloumi Cheese

This salad is an explosion of flavors and textures you will love.

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Israeli Cabbage Mustard Flowers Salad

ISRAEL21c’s Tayim chef shows you how to prepare a simple and stunning vegetable salad for your summer table.

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Take A Tour Of Nazareth’s Extraordinary Street Food

In the Galilean city, best known for its Christian significance, a long-established and lively food culture is tempting an increasing number of culinary tourists.

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May We Recommend: Steeping Pineapple Peels
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A Bite in the Apple: NYC's Best Sausages
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Fish for the Nine Days
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No oven required: 25 Festive Recipes for Your Shabbat Table
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Do Wine "Legs" Mean Anything?
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Too Hot For Challah? Try These Yemenite Shabbat Breads
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Saluf (or Salouf, or Saloof)

Recipe for a Yemenite Flatbread for Shabbat

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Lachuch (or Lahoh or Lahuh)

A Yemenite Flatbread for Shabbat

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Exclusive Wine Club Surprises and Delights

Liquid Kosher’s new wine club offers quarterly curated wine boxes

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The Real Reason Israeli Ice Cream Is The Best In The World

When you live in a hot country, you take your ice cream seriously. And when you live in Israel, where the diversity of food is phenomenal, well… be prepared for something spectacular.

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The Chef Who Introduced Druze Israeli Cuisine To NYC

Gazala Halabi has gotten rave reviews for familiarizing New Yorkers with her rich heritage and delicious food, such as burekas and baba ganoush.

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May We Recommend: Salts to keep on hand
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Za’atar In Chocolate? Most Definitely!

Ika Cohen concocts award-winning chocolates that introduce local flavors to sweet-toothed audiences around the world.

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Michter’s Elixirs
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The Perfect Marriage of Meat and Bread

Arais: the stars of Israel’s street food scene