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Not A Pie In The Sky

Television’s surprising affirmation of ideal judgment

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The Cultural Blender That Is Israeli Food

For cookbook author Adeena Sussman, ‘Food is like the Talmud. The best things happen when there’s a dialectic going on.’

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High Holiday Challot Shape Our Prayers

Using Challah as a Creative Outlet to Sculpt Your Wishes

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Molly Yeh’s Apple Cider Brisket Recipe

FYI, you can totally eat this brisket at brunch.

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Beyond Challah and Honey

Sweet Rosh Hashanah breads from around the world

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Symbols And Spices For A Sephardic Seder

Top Israeli-American chef Einat Admony’s ‘Black Chicken’ for Rosh HaShanah.

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Fighting Food Waste, Discovering Community

In the leafy Berkshires, a Jewish conference to discuss food waste and sustainability incidentally becomes a model for community building.

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The Cuisine That Binds

Israeli food as the great connector, erasing borders and biases.

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‘It’s Not Just Food’

Jewish culture, memory and (oh, yeah) smoked fish at Russ & Daughters show.

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This Israeli Fizzy Drink is the Best Way to Use Up Summer Fruits

Our secret to transforming overripe, sour, or mushy fruit.

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Kosher Southern Comfort Comes To Crown Heights

Finally, some KFC! (Kosher Fried Chicken)

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Summer Crush

Falloudeh: a Persian-Israeli crushed ice drink

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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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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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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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The Perfect Marriage of Meat and Bread

Arais: the stars of Israel’s street food scene

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Kosher Dining Matures In New York City

More and more upscale kosher restaurants are opening to cater to a developing kosher palate.

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Butter Shortage In Israel? No Problem: Bakeries Go Vegan

The vegan mocha fudge cake introduced by La Farina will save 12,000 eggs, 370 liters of milk and 250 kilos of butter per year.

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11 Of The Best Pizza Parlors In Israel

In the old days, you couldn’t get a decent slice of pizza in the holy land. Thankfully, those days are long over.

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It’s Cocktail O’Clock, Israel Style

Shady, fluorescent-colored cocktails move over as Israelis develop a taste for sophisticated drinks and more complex tastes.

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Israel Cooks Up Exciting Innovations For The Fancy Foods Show

Gourmet mushroom cooking sachets, wine-essence water, avocado honey, olive-oil soaps among Israeli products to be presented at the show in Manhattan.

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11 Israeli cake studios creating exquisite sweet creations

Looking for a special-occasion cake, fancy macarons, logo cookies or other masterful treats for your party in Israel? We’ve got you covered.

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18 delicious dishes (besides cheesecake) to savor on Shavuot

On the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, meals usually finish with cheesecake. Here are other delectable delights for your holiday menu.

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How Zahav Got The (James Beard) Gold

Mike Solomonov and Steven Cook dish on their Israeli food empire in Philly, and how they snagged the coveted food industry award

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The Ultimate Guide To Israeli-Inspired Restaurants In New York

Modern Israeli cuisine is a culinary movement spreading across the world with the intention of sharing really good food with really good people.

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How to make the best falafel at home

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Love Jewish Food? These 3 British Podcasts Are For You

Celebrities, British accents, and chicken soup.

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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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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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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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Addressing Campus Hunger Head-On

Colleges should confront the needs of food-insecure students more fully.

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From Minsk To Midwood, A Moveable Feast

Boris Fishman’s ‘memoir with recipes.’

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Your Favorite Cooking Shows Are Finding Young Chefs At Jewish Summer Camps

So how is it that Jewish camps have managed to produce campers, current and former, who have competed on top television cooking shows?

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How To Taste 383 Wines In Five Days

Swirl, sniff, sip, spit, score, repeat: Inside the making of The Jewish Week’s top kosher wines list.

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Finding The Cutting Edge Of Israeli Wine

Lighter-bodied wines and Mediterranean blends now ascendant, say the country’s winemakers.

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What Winemakers Drink When They’re Not Drinking Their Own Wine

Six vintners on their beverages of choice, from ‘hoppy’ beer (lots of it) to ‘peaty’ Scotch — but, please, no soda.

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The Spirit(s) Of The Midwest

Koval, Chicago’s grain-to-bottle kosher craft distiller.

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In A Class(ification) By Themselves

What’s behind the making of ‘Classified Kosher’ wines?

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What Is It About Chardonnay?

Exploring the most popular (and most griped about) grape of them all.

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The 9 Best Places For Coffee and Cake In Jerusalem

Check out our top café picks in Israel’s capital. Posh, hip, historical or socially inclusive, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from.

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Trendspotting Tech Sees What People Want On Their Plates

Tastewise launches AI-powered food intelligence platform enabling food and hospitality industries to get ahead of ever-changing culinary preferences.

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 Now You Can Buy Bamba In Walmart And Soon In More Stores

With inauguration of huge factory expansion, ‘Our dream is to see Bamba in every supermarket in the US and Europe,’ says Osem Group CEO.

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13 Of The Best Vegan Restaurants In Israel

An insider’s guide to the most delicious purveyors of plant-based cuisine in the country where there are more vegans per capita than anywhere else.

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Tel Aviv’s Most Unlikely Nightlife Hot Spot

One of Tel Aviv's hippest nightlife spots has evolved in the shadows of the Great Synagogue, mixing divine and delicious in the most Israeli of ways.

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Israeli Startup Turns Hummus (What Else) To Protein Powder

InnovoPro offers a unique plant-based alternative to protein that even meat-eaters can fall for.

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11 Places To Grab Great Israeli Food In The Desert

No, it’s not a mirage: Israel’s desert regions boast restaurants offering a range from made-on-premises dairy to Moroccan classics to smoked meats.

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Freedom of the Fress

A visit to the New York Kosher Food and Wine Experience

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Go Easy On The Shabbes Kiddush

Forget dieting, just control your portions, argues a nutrition guru.

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Ashdod Market Tour Tempts With Delicious Ethnic Delights

Discover Moroccan, Ethiopian, Georgian and Yemenite specialties in the outdoor market of Ashdod. Only one piece of advice, come hungry.

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The earth provides, Joshua McFadden transforms.

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From Peddlers To Pioneers

The Jewish Immigrants Who Helped Build Kentucky’s Bourbon Whiskey Business

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Levantine Cooking Spices Up Haifa

Turkish delights and cultural insight nearly 100 years after Ottoman rule, in Haifa’s A-Sham Arab food festival.

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In Israel, It’s Knafeh That Takes The Cake

As the sweet, sticky, cheesy treat has entered contemporary cuisine, knafeh is open to interpretation by home cooks, restaurant chefs and hipsters.

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Chicken Soup For The Yemenite Soul

Don’t forget to add the chilba!

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4 Machines About To Revolutionize The Way We Prepare Food

3D print veggie meat or burgers that taste like the real deal, shape a cake to your exact specifications or prepare a complete meal in three minutes.

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Best Cookbooks For Israeli Food

If you’re looking for the perfect gift, you don't need to go much further than these 12 fabulous cookbooks showcasing some of the best Israeli chefs, from Yotam Ottolenghi to Alon Shaya.

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Carnegie Deli Reopens For "Mrs Maisel" Pop Up

Fans lined the Nolita block for "the most marvelous" pastrami on rye.

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8 Bakeries Making The Wildest Donuts In Israel

This Hanukkah, inspire your taste buds with these wildly imaginative sufganiya flavors from Israeli bakeries.

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Simply Ottolenghi

Noted Israeli chef Yotam Ottolenghi publishes “Simple”

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OpenRestaurants Jerusalem Returns With 100 Culinary Events

The urban gastronomic festival comes back for a third tour in the Israeli capital, November 13-17, 2018.

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A One Man Micro-Winery in Brooklyn

Yanky Drew is the Chassidic winemaker behind Goblet Wine

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6 Top Tomato Innovations From Israeli Experts

Israeli seeds are prized everywhere for growing tomatoes that taste better, last longer, resist disease and pack a stronger nutritional punch.

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10 Of The Best Boutique Olive Oil Brands In Israel

Healthful oil pressed from the fruit of olive trees flows out of the groves of small farms from the northern Golan to the southern Negev.

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A Foodie Tour Of Tel Aviv’s Asian And African Migrant Hub

In a rundown area of Tel Aviv, Chinese, Philippine and even Sudanese treats are just waiting to be discovered.

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Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook's cookbook celebrates the culinary diversity of a country that loves its food.

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Jamie Oliver Gets Schooled By a Jewish Italian Bubbe

One of the last Jewish nonnas gives the famous chef a lesson in artichokes.

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Eyal Shani, Israel’s World-Famous Roasted-Cauliflower King

How a ninth-generation Jerusalemite became the ruler of the Tel Aviv casual restaurant scene, and a global Israeli food ambassador.

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11 Of The Best Places To Eat Burgers In Israel

Hamburgers are an especially fun way for chefs and diners to express their culinary voice in a casual or bistro-like setting.

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Abundance Lost

Talking Israeli Wheat Farming in Oxford, England with Ronit Vered

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Israeli Chef’s Vegan Shakshuka And Shawarma Prove US Hit

Portland, Oregon eatery Aviv caters to two huge food fads by creating plant-based Middle Eastern and Jewish cuisine.

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Three Important New Reasons To Love The Pomegranate

From a supplement protecting against neurodegeneration, to a study indicating the juice can reduce brain damage in embryos, pomegranate research is peaking in Israel.

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How To Choose Wines For Rosh Hashanah

Plus 12 recomendations to pair with our popular tzimmes chicken dish.

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Nursing Nourishment

Tips for the breastfeeding mom

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Ten New Wines Under $50 For Rosh Hashanah

To a liquid New Year!

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A Midsummer Night’s Kosher Dream

New supper club specializing in artisanal fare is a foodie’s fantasy.

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Getting Stewed On Rosh HaShanah

Brisket or chicken? Sweet potatoes or carrots? Don’t make a fuss over the tzimmes.

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Challah, The Bread Of Affection

Two new books on art and tradition of challah baking.

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A Chocolatier Returns

Oded Brenner opens the Blue Stripes Cacao Shop

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VeganNation Site To Launch With Its Own Cryptocurrency

Israeli friends create online vegan lifestyle ecosystem offering products and services, meal-sharing app, tech incubator, meetups, content and more.

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9 Perfect Places To Park Your Picnic Basket In Israel

Planning a lovely little picnic? We tell you where to pick up some extraordinary munchies, get outside and get picnicking, Israeli style.

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Hummus That's All About The Hummus

A no-frills hummusiya opens in Greenwich Village

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Fressing With Phil

From Indian at the Ganesh Temple in Flushing to egg creams at Russ and Daughters, Phil Rosenthal’s wide world of cuisine

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A Grande Problem for Starbucks-Loving Jews?

Star-K issues kashrut alert, removing certification from many drinks

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11 Weird and Wonderful Israeli Ice Cream Flavors

Bamba, arak, watermelon and Bulgarian cheese, labane and zaatar – this summer’s ice creams are coming in some very surprising flavors!

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Food for a Cause

The American Friends of Rabin Medical Center hosts a successful alternative fundraiser

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Not Your Bubbe’s Flanken

Flanken on the Grill

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A Cake for All Occasions

Maira Kalman and Barbara Scott-Goodman's charming new book takes the cake

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Father's Day Food Fairs

Bring the fathers in your life to these Jewish food fairs

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Best Cheap Eats in the Historic Israeli Port City of Akko

A 10-stop DIY culinary tour around the Old City and waterfront of Acre (Akko).

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Farewell to Ben's Best

The iconic Queens deli will be shutting its doors at the end of June

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The Big Meatball

Noi Due Carne serves kosher meat with a Mediterranean flare

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Tel Aviv Introduces Cocktail Week, May 27-June 2

‘We are witnessing a substantial increase in the number of cocktail bars in the city, and demand sparks endless creativity.'

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First Sushi, Now Ramen

Kosher foodies slurping more noodles than ever before

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Thank Goodness for Jewish Brunch

Tips for achieving brunch perfection

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10 Glorious Photos of Israel’s Fruit and Vegetable Bounty

Take a look at the vibrant, bursting-with-goodness results of the miraculous greening of the desert in modern Israel.

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For The Love Of The Cheese

Israel’s growing band of boutique cheese makers admit they aren’t in it for the money. In the run up to Shavuot, we take a look at how this new industry is blossoming across the country.

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Hazana

A new cookbook explores Jewish vegetarian cooking

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Lighten Your Recipe Load

Ronnie Fein’s tips for purging your recipe box

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Taim Takes on the Israeli Breakfast

New Midtown location serves up Mediterranean options to go

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10 Must-Have Food Gifts from the Israeli Supermarket

Take along some bubble wrap and head into the ‘super’ to accomplish all your gift shopping in one easy and very Israeli locale.

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Wendy's Shabbat

A new doc tells the story of old timers embracing a new Shabbat tradition

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Yom Ha’Atzmaut for Foodies

Celebrate Israel's 70th with food

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South-by-Middle-East

An Israeli-Southern mashup served by chef Alon Shaya

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12 Fabulous Israeli Cookbooks To Help You Celebrate Independence Day

If you’re celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday, chances are you’ll want to try out some special Israeli recipes. Here are 12 of the best Israeli cookbooks to turn to.

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10 Fabulous Arab Restaurants Transforming Israel’s Culinary Scene

These establishments create food with love and care, and of course with the fresh seasonal products of the local terroir and Mediterranean waters.

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Recipes for All Other Nights

Post-Passover meal inspiration

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What to Eat When the Seders are Over

Chol hamoed meal ideas

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Paleo and Passover: Perfect Together

High protein diets with whole foods are a Passover panacea

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Six Passover Recipes from Israel

ISRAEL21c asked six Israeli chefs to share their original recipes for the holiday. They’re so good, we think you’ll want to eat them year-round.

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Feeding All Who Are Hungry

A look at the organizations feeding New York's hungry Jews this Passover

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Saving The Sephardic Seder Menu

Jennifer Abadi’s cookbook (and then some) is a work of preservation for ‘recipes and stories being lost with every generation.’

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New on the Shelf for Passover

New Products You Won’t Want to Pass-Over

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The Israeli Whisky Revolution That’s Happening Now

A bit of kismet, a lot of luck and an innovative spirit have put Israel at the beginning of a bonafide craft-distilling era.

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Are Truffle Farms The Next Trend In Israeli Culinary Tourism?

Not the pungent French or Italian truffles from your expensive truffle butter, these are native to the Negev. And that’s not the only distinction.

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Ruby Namdar's Gospel of Mindful Meat-Eating

The acclaimed author wants you to think more about the steak on your plate

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Daveed Diggs as a Rapping Carrot on Sesame Street

The former 'Hamilton' star vyes for Elmo's snacktime

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Under his Own Vine

Ex-basketball star launches Israeli-grown kosher wine

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4 Reasons Israel is the Best Travel Destination for Vegans

Plant-based cuisine is the hot culinary trend of 2018, and there’s no better country on the planet to experience it than Israel.

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Organic, Gluten-Free and Locally Sourced Food — Now Available at Jewish Summer Camp

“The food here is so good. Please ask my mom when the cookbook is coming out,”

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Erez Komarovsky to Open NY Restaurant

No pita here 

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How Tourists Attending The Winter Olympics Will Keep Kosher This Year

Checking in with South Korea's Jewish community

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Deli Talk with the Old-Timers

An evening at Ben’s Deli with the Workmen’s Circle

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Everything’s 8 Shekels At Israeli Chef’s Growing Restaurant Chain

Michelin-star chef Moshik Roth opens the 18th branch of his Eight network, offering low-priced kosher chef sandwiches across Israel.

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Sfenj — The New Sufganiyah

An elevated donut - This Montclair chef fries up a Moroccan Chanukah treat.

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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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Tips for the Perfect Latke

These simple tips will make it easy to get it right every time!

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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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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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Bread Brawl

The brains behind the New York Breads Bakeries are involved in a legal battle

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8 Fall-Inspired Holiday Dishes

Perfect for sukkot or simchat torah, this holiday menu takes advantage of seasonal fruits and veggies.

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Italian Apple Rose Pastries

From the purveyors behind the popular Italian cookies, "Mondo di Laura," a slice of Jewish Rome in NYC.

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Your Sukkot Menu

From challah to dessert, eight dishes to try this sukkot. 

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Your Rosh Hashana Menu

Recipe + wine roundup for the new year!

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Make A Hot Mess In Your Kitchen With This New Cookbook

Meet the millennial duo behind this hilarious new cookbook for wannabe-chefs.

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Meet Shannon Sarna, ‘Modern Jewish Baker’

Cookbook author, blogger serves up new twists on old favorites

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How New Jersey Became The Go-To Place For Sephardi Foods

Keepers of the kibbe: Norwood Avenue in Deal is the go-to place for traditional Sephardi foods like mazzas, sambusak and lachmagine.

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Park East Moves Further East

Upper East Side establishment moves to First Avenue

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Everything Bagel Schnitzel

An easy spice mix produces the quintessential Jewish food mashup

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Diasporic Jewish Brunch

The duo behind Jack's Wife Freda publishes a new cookbook

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Preserving: A Jewish Tradition

New book focuses on a wide range of preserving techniques

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What Israel – And You – Can Do About Food Security

Nutritionists, farmers, chefs, journalists, academics and government officials convene to find sustainable solutions for now and the future.​​​​

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Satisfy A Snack Attack Without Leaving Your Beach Blanket

An Israeli startup upgrades the seashore experience with electric sand bike deliveries of refreshments and even towels and sunscreen.

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Share A Meal With The Locals In Israel

A new online initiative matches guests with hosts for an intimate dinner and a great opportunity for the creation of long-lasting friendships.

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Israel Joins Ice Cream Day Celebrations

Anita, Vaniglia, Buza and Iceberg chains serve up special flavors including black coconut, malabi and a vegan sorbet for dogs!

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Israeli Device Will Aid US Dairy Farm Nutrition Analysis

Reveal real-time forage analysis service utilizes SCiO – the smallest handheld near-infrared spectrometer on the market, made by Consumer Physics.

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New Kosher Culinary School Opens in Brooklyn

Professional school to help elevate quality of kosher food

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Global Gorging

New Cookbook Explores Author's Family Food Traditions

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Crown Heights Now Artisanal Kosher Haven

New pizza wars highlight neighborhood’s growing upscale food scene.

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92Y Gala Sparks Debate On What’s Kosher

Iconic cultural institution fuels controversy over ‘kosher style.’

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A Clean-Meat Revolution is Cooking in Israel

Global researchers, NGOs and meat industry leaders gather in Haifa to strategize mass production of cultured meat and learn about Israeli advances.

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Katz’s Deli (At Least Its Food) Is Going Global

The Lower East Side landmark will start shipping menu items internationally

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Ten Ways to Nurture Nutritiously

Make a strategy and make your life easier

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Still Eating Healthy After All These Years

A guide to a nutritious kosher diet for seniors.

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Israeli Food: The Trend That Won’t Quit

“Modern Israeli Cooking” renders the holy land’s recipes approachable.

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‘Clean Meat’ Confab In Haifa Advances Slaughter-Free Food

Conference gathers international academic, governmental, industrial and nonprofit entities to catapult the clean meat movement into mass production.

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Top Israeli Chefs Pay Tribute to Survivors' Recipes

New Cookbook Collaboration Shortlisted for International Award

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Jewish Food’s Road Warrior

From El Salvador to Arkansas, Joan Nathan teases out the stories behind kubbe, schneken and yuca latkes.

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Beyond Bouquets

Bringing spring home with fresh blooms

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Meet The Globe-Trotting Foodie Behind Yeah That’s Kosher

Dani Klein has become a go-to resource for observant travelers around the globe.

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There's No Arguing Taste?

Rabbinical court passes verdict in Brooklyn pizza war

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Chocolate as a Mitzvah

The kindness of strangers' chocolate

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Savory Surprises in Disguise

Savory pastries dress up as hamantaschen for Purim

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Braiding Jewish Communities Together

NY Jews gather at nine challah-making events

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Symposium of Sweets

Brooklyn fishmongers celebrate the sweet tooth

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Fat Of The Mediterranean Land

A high-fat, low-carb diet that’s good for the heart, too.

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Eat Your Feelings

Celebrate Valentine's Day with these Jewish foodie gifts 

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Warm Up with Spices on a Cold Night

Einat Admony and Lior Lev Sercarz Team Up for a Spicy Supper

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A Taste For Adventure

Exploring The Jewish Culinary Travel Boom

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Women To Talk Passion at UJA

Three Successful Women Will Lead Conversation

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Rothschild-Allenby Market opens

Tel Aviv's fourth covered market tempts passersby with Israeli beer, South African sandwiches, local catch of the day, and Japanese ramen dishes.

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Cooking with Kids

Trust Your Kids and Grandkids With Age-Appropriate Tasks

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Shabbat Just Got a New Brunch

Pre-Paid Shabbat Lunch at The Jewish Museum

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Pickled And Fried

A LES Pickle Emporium Turns to The Frying Pan

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Chinese Love Israeli Mix For Baking Cakes In A Rice Cooker

A growing Chinese appetite for cake is satisfied by UgaUga, an Israeli venture that enables home chefs to bake desserts, despite not having ovens

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Hipster or Hasid? Both!

Crown Heights Welcomes Coffee Maven

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Fish Tales

Israeli chef Uri Buri was Celebrated at a Recent Gathering

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Oil’s Not Well With Chanukah Food In Israel

Hooray for the health minister’s war on jelly donuts. Now bring on the homey latkes.

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Q&A With Molly Yeh

Molly Yeh Dishes on Her Family's Chinese-Jewish-American Christmas Eve Traditions

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Soho Aroma Has Closed

Israeli Cafe Couldn't Afford Steep Rent Hike

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Riverdale's Moss Cafe Suffers Burglary

The Seasonal Cafe Quickly Reopened for Business

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Massive Cuisinart Food Processor Recall

Lousy Timing Ahead of Chanukah

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‘Chopped’-Style Events Are Tasty Trend

Cook-offs for fun or charity are catching on in the wake of the TV series.

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Matzah Brei Pop-Up Hits Bryant Park Winter Village

Stand Offers a Selection of Savory, Vegetarian Sandwiches 

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"Hugs And Knishes," A New Jewish Food Doc On PBS

Nostalgic Film Shows the Role of Food in Family History

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Israeli Food Scene Shines with Two November Festivals

Foodies Flocked to Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for Talks, Tours, and Tastings

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Wildfires Claim Rama's Kitchen In Jerusalem Hills

A Farewell to the Popular Farm-to-Table Restaurant

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Jus by Julie Debuts Food Truck

Kosher Juice and Food Truck Hits the Streets of NY

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Zany Pickle Comedy Opening on Friday

Movie Tells the Story of a Jewish Family from Detroit and its Famous Pickle Recipe

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Brooklyn Favorite Pardes Closes

Restaurant Took Concept Dining to the Kosher Crowd

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Thou Givest Them Their Food in Due Season

Religious Leaders Gather to Call Attention to World Hunger

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Hummus, Falafel, and Pork?

The Rise of Israeli Chefs in New York

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Apples, Distilled

In Praise of Calvados, an Apple-Based Fall Drink

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Event To Explore Cuisine of Southern Jews

Courtesy of Ted Merwin

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Shabbat Dinner Burning Man Style

Courtesy of David Katzenberg

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10 Fabulous Food Tours In Israel

Tali Friedman leading a group around Jerusalem’s open marketplace. Photo: courtesy

Culinary tours are the main travel megatrend this year. Eat (and drink) your way through Israel with these mouthwatering trips led by experts.

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From Matzo Balls To Footballs, Two Jewish Brothers Recall Their Journey To The NFL

Geoff, left, and Mitch Schwartz are the first pair of Jewish brothers to play in the NFL since 1923. JTA

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A Culinary Ascent to the Land of Tsion

Tsion Cafe. Courtesy Tsion Cafe

An Israeli-Ethiopian Restaurant Flourishes in Harlem

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Le Marais Head Chef Offers Up Secrets Of The Trade

Chef Mark Hennessey. Courtesy Martine Meirelles/ Le Marais

In new cookbook, Irish-Italian chef Mark Hennessey dishes on secrets to the perfect kosher steak.

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Emmy Award-winning Director’s New Project – A Culinary Tour of Israel

Filmmaker Roger Sherman’s new documentary “In Search of Israeli Cuisine” is set for PBS broadcast

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Serving Up Sesame At Seed + Mill

The Chelsea Market stall introduces sweet and savory sesame products to the American palate.

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Is Sushi Cultural Appropriation?

‘Girls’ creator sides with Oberlin students who say offerings like bahn mi and General Tso’s chicken are culturally insensitive.

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Jewish Cookbooks from Around the World

A Small Show Gathers Jewish Tastes, Old and New  

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Rugelach Invasion! Marzipan's Popular Pastries Hit NYC

The Jerusalem bakery's iconic rugelach will now be available in NYC.

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My Kitchen, My Sons

When the fantasy of cooking with daughters runs headlong into reality.

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French Falafel Face-Off

A Tale of Two Pitas in Paris 

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Elderly Jewish Lady Discovers Google, Abandons Kashrut

Razie Brownstone Muses on Trying Bacon on Her 90th in Short Doc.

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Man's Gun Fires Into Own Leg At Zabar's

He was buying breakfast when he accidentally shot himself 

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Chabad Rabbi To Compete on “Chopped”

The “Six-Minute Rabbi” will appear on Tuesday’s “Leap of Faith” episode of Chopped, along with other religious clerics.

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Give Dark Cove Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky Some Time Before Enjoying

We Explore the Newest Whisky in the “Limited Edition” Range From the Ardbeg Distillery

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Taim Falafel Truck, One Of The Best In The US

For your summer travels, the 9 best Jewish food trucks in the US.

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Spring into Summer with these Healthy Eating Options & 28 Day Joy of Kosher Challenge!

Inside: A delicious ruby-red smoothie recipe to get you started.

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What Makes A Winery “Boutique?”

What’s the difference between a boutique and commercial winery? Plus, a review of Domaine du Castel, Grand Vin, Judean Hills, Israel, 2013.

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A Modern Israeli Brew With Biblical Roots

A Jerusalem brewery has produced a craft beer with a taste it says dates back to the time of Jesus.

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Brotherly Love Of Israeli Cuisine

The restaurant is “kosher style for the sake of the cuisine and culture, not for religious beliefs.”

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7 Tips For Cooking Brisket From The Pros, Fischer Bros. & Leslie

Brisket is good for feeding new parents, and it’s a High Holiday go-to.

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Is There A Babka Monopoly In NYC?

How one nondescript Williamsburg bakery secretly dominates the New York dessert circuit.

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Bringing Gourmet Kosher Burgers To Brooklyn

Boeuf & Bun is close to both Lubavitch headquarters and Crown Height's chic brownstone quarters.

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F&W Q&A: Yotam Ottolenghi

The celebrity chef's latest book, Plenty More, celebrates vegetables.