Golda's location, hidden from the view of random passersby, means one must either deliberately go there or return there – not something we're about to do
Old-fashioned Jewish delis are going out of business one after the other, their fatty, meaty menus outmoded by a modern yen for healthier food more typical of Israel's Mediterranean diet.
This much-loved Jewish cookie is ubiquitous in Israel nowadays, where varieties range from average pastry at neighborhood grocery stores to gourmet delicacies at the country's best bakeries. This recipe takes the treat up a notch.
Shirin Faraj and Ahlam Seif, sisters from the Druze village of Yanuh, took a bold step. Defying the their conservative society, they opened a restaurant featuring popular local baked goods
A tasty alternative to honey or apple cake
'I think people are a little tired of Italian and generic Mediterranean food, but authentic Asian cuisine is something that is lacking, especially here,' said one of the owners
Before there was the Oreo, there was Hydrox. The kosher company now is accusing Oreo of pushing their products to the side
It was Anthony Bourdain who introduced this former ultra-Orthodox Jewish Brooklynite to the bacon, egg and cheese bagel. Now in Israel, Mushka Haskelevich reveals the secrets of a New York staple
The leprosy hospital in Jerusalem’s Talbieh neighborhood had a vegetable patch, a bakery and livestock. A new bar in the building's reconstructed historic animal pen offers cocktails, kugel and Middle Eastern meze
Salim Dau says the nation-state bill doesn’t ruffle him, but Jews trying to own his cuisine does