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How to make the best falafel at home

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Does Alcohol Make You a Better Billiards Player?

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L’Chaim answers your pressing alcohol-related questions

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5,000-year-old yeast is being used by Israeli scientists to brew a pretty good beer
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May We Recommend: Homemade Hummus
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Basic Hummus
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Love Jewish Food? These 3 British Podcasts Are For You

Celebrities, British accents, and chicken soup.

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Tequila Drinks for May
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‘The Midge Maisel’ Sandwich Is Back!

The Mrs. Maisel inspired Carnegie Deli food truck is making its way around NYC.

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Moroccan Couscous and Chicken

A hearty dinner easy enough for busy weeknights

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In Praise of Dates: 10 Fun Facts About Dates

And why you should eat more of them in honor of Yom Ha'Atzmaut

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Hebrew University Starts Viticulture Program
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May We Recommend: Pashtida
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A Beginner’s Guide to Braiding Challah
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Singing Shirah’s Praises

A minimalist vineyard that emphasizes the fruit, practice, and terroir

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Mixed Roasted Vegetables with Tahini Sauce

A colorful dish inspired by spring

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Skillet Tahini Banana Bread

A fluffy and rich treat

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Israeli Invents Device That Can Test Pesticide Residues On Food In Real Time

Inspecto’s system for food manufacturers detects specific chemical contaminants in real time, in the field or indoors along the production line.

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13 Reasons You Should Eat Like An Israeli

It’s not by chance that Israel ranks as one of the healthiest countries – we embrace the Mediterranean diet and grow the superfoods that fuel it.

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Tel Aviv Culinary Platform Plates Up Emerging Chefs

L28 fuses Israeli innovation and a vibrant culinary scene to create a unique and delicious new experience.

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May We Recommend: Drying Meat Before Cooking It
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The Passover Kitniyot Argument Isn’t Worth A Hill Of Beans
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Distilled Jewish Joy

While Slivovitz can be rough, some distinctive and rather nice flavors lay just beyond the surface.

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Charity Distributes Kosher-For-Passover Food For 181,000 Needy New Yorkers
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What to Serve Elijah

L’Chaim’s last minute Passover wine recommendations

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Our Best Matzah Ball Soup Recipes