This quintessential herb of the region is found on everything from pita to meat and is even mentioned in the Bible.
Debra Kamin is a writer and editor living in Tel Aviv.
You can even make this this rich, tangy Middle Eastern cheese in your hotel room.
Whether you want to explore Jewish mysticism or spot the celeb, this is the place for you.
Israelis don't know about wedding registries. They give cash or checks. Josh Ben-David set about meeting the very different minds.
This small airport nestled between high-rises in north Tel Aviv will be moved one day, but it's still there, handling mainly domestic flights.
Israel's pre-state underground militia knew it had to prepare for war once the British left, and it concocted a brilliant way of doing so without getting caught.
Having left Israel for the U.S. in the 1960s, when my grandmother returned a few years ago the country was unrecognizable from the dusty roads, horse-drawn carts, and village cleaner with the numbers of Treblinka on his forearm.
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Hummus is serious business in this country. Before you dig in to the nation's favorite spread, make sure you understand the basics.
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