The only originality in Trump's menu in Israel was in the names — a salmon dish enigmatically called 'The Path to Peace'
People already know about the perils and morals of eating animals: The Reducetarian Summit this weekend aims at gathering minds to promote new ideas and technologies
From the great atmosphere of Machneyuda to the elegance of Mona to the abundant offerings at Chakra, Jerusalem offers a wide range of excellent and surprising food
In the market for challah, burekas, quiche, or just coffee and cake? Bakeries are a prime attraction in Israel’s capital; even presidents and prime ministers can’t resist
A brief history of the controversial chickpea paste and its rise to prominence in Israel.
Kick the avocado toast up a notch with a micro greens and fresh pea salad and finish the meal off with pink champagne drizzled over berries and whipped cream
Pink champagne has made some headlines in Israel this year, and Mother’s Day is a great occasion to have a sip
Kick the avocado trend up a notch by adding some to this green goddess dressing
Israelis are giggling at the sudden buzz surrounding a food that many grew up eating for dinner every night
If you follow these basic principles, you too can make perfect short pastry, and you don’t even need a food processor; two recipes with pistachios
Assaf Granit reveals how he juggles a group of successful restaurants with a TV career while trying to raise the next generation of chefs
Former black sheep Zak Stern says that if it wasn't for his religious wife, he would never have opened a kosher bakery: 'I had no idea what I was getting into'
The guilty seder pleasure of many Jews is popular with West Indians and African-Americans, too
They have nutritional value and medicinal properties, and are a wonderful addition for various dishes, both cooked and fresh. Three easy recipes based on green almonds
Haaretz's food columnist cooks lunch with the doyenne of Jewish cooking, and discusses food history and Jewish tradition
Courtesy of Moti Bochbut, executive chef at Jerusalem Inbal Hotel.
Gluten free and delicious, these fluffy noodle soak up all the goodness of chicken soup.
With a bowl of her couscous, one grandmother taught me something about independence. The other taught me to make fish soup and fish patties that go so well with couscous.
Cream cheese and lox are out. Oreos, Peeps and Bamba are in.
Three enterprising farmers use hydroponic methods to grow veggies atop Dizengoff Center in the heart of Tel Aviv and offer them freshly picked on a daily basis.
This traditional filling is tasty in more than just hamantaschen: Try these recipes for poppy seed-apple cake, or poppy seed-chocolate rugelach.