Bretagne Local Creperie in Tel Aviv will make you forget everything you thought you knew about French crepes.
Jacob Oryah, a religious vintner, challenged the notion that wine touched by a secular person cannot be kosher – and was promptly punished for it. But he persevered to make what has been described as Israel's tastiest and most thought-provoking wine.
This hot foodie trend started in Israel before variations spread worldwide. We show you how to make the original whole roasted cauliflower, using the celebrity chef's own instructions.
The northern city's unique history and cultural makeup make these locations some of the best in Israel.
Simple French toast is delicious, but almonds and a secret spice can improve on a classic.
80-year-old Lower East Side institution is set to reopen after renovations, rebranded as Kossar's Bagels & Bialys.
First branch scheduled to open Monday night in Tel Aviv. Fifty branches are expected to open in the next five years at an initial investment of about $12 million.
The appetizing shop, which has sold smoked fish and other favorites from a small Houston St. shop since 1920, is opening a 14,000-square-feet store in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Agronomist Assaf Bashan explains why fruit doesn’t have to look pretty, nor does it need to keep for months. It just has to be delicious.
After a Ben & Jerry's founder designed his newest flavor with Bernie Sanders in mind, Haaretz takes a satirical look at how Israeli politicians could inspire their own ice cream treats. Care for a taste of Penal Butter Swirl or Settlemint Bloc Chip?
A dish that combines fruits, grains, and nuts very typical for celebrating the land of Israel in this time of the year.