Get ready for the holiday with the ultimate recipes for everyone's favorite Shavuot dessert.
Eating in Israel
It’s been years since there was only one kind of Hanukkah doughnut — the kind filled with strawberry jam and topped with powdered sugar — though that traditional style is still a favorite.
You've climbed Masada, floated in the Dead Sea, stuck a note in the Western Wall, stood in line at Jesus' burial place, and cried your heart out at Yad Vashem. Now what?
Seven restaurants in and around Tel Aviv prove that it's worth waiting for good dough.
Local chefs have produced some unique confections in recent years, with Middle Eastern touches.
Some things in life are worth the wait - such as crooked politicians’ comeuppance and these flavorsome risottos.
Ovad and Shani describe pouring all their passion into the soon-to-open wine bar Jajo.
Some people - even chefs in the Startup Nation - find ingredients growing right outside.
For religiously observant foodies.
La Beccherie first served the dessert in the 60s, but price-conscious consumers now prefer fast food, the owner says.