There were some 1,500 of them in the city in the ‘30s; now there are about 20. The new breed has some of the same food, but everything else is gone. "The problem is that you don’t have spaces for Jews to get together"
Using millstones crafted by a Syrian stonemason, a Palestinian chef from Abu Ghosh has begun to produce tahini the old-fashioned way
A walk along Yom Tov Street, parallel to Tel Aviv's iconic Carmel Market market, reveals bars, restaurants and newer food stalls, which create a scene of their own
Even before its recent opening, the R&R Diner faced threats from ultra-Orthodox Jews. But after vandals smashed a window and dismantled a fan, chef Reut Cohen says it's time to fight back
Hungry patrons of a small kiosk owned by Iraqi immigrants demanded something good to eat – and an Israeli street sandwich was born
The Israeli wine industry would do well to invest in grape varieties that are unique to the region, like Marawi and Bittuni
Only 14 minutes by car separate two worlds that are so close yet so far apart: a story of a Palestinian neighborhood and a nearby Jewish-Israeli hub in the middle of New Jersey
Chef Einat Admony's popular Taïm restaurants, a big draw for hipsters, are now getting a boost from former investors and staff from the beleaguered Chipotle chain
There’s no substitute for the fresh, foamy pleasure of beer on tap. Here are the Tel Aviv spots that pour the perfect pint
Why Israeli cuisine is so successful in the United States and Europe - while Israelis themselves prefer pasta and pizza
She called hummus, tabouli and za'atar Israeli — and opened the floodgates for an Israeli-Palestinian Twitter war
Josiane Mansoura reveals the confectionery's checkered history over three continents, the secret of its success, and why rich Syrians like Trump
Shaya says he was fired for speaking out against what workers at his award-winning New Orleans restaurant describe as a sexualized and abusive atmosphere
It's time to branch out your brunch to lesser-known but no less worthy places to start your day
In need of comfort food? Nechama Rivlin shares her recipes in honor of the holiday
Nordic Resistance Movement march in Gothenburg on Saturday could draw up to 1,000 people; court ruled Monday that it can’t go near the local synagogue but NRM says it doesn’t accept decision
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
Beef cheeks with kidney beans, pumpkin jam and other edible blessings for the Jewish New Year from the Persian kitchen
Get ready for your jaw to drop at the variety, abundance and especially the high standard of food - a wild celebration of quality ingredients and inspiring creativity.
Get ready for the holiday with the ultimate recipes for everyone's favorite Shavuot dessert