Poles are choosing the components of their national cuisine. Or is it Jewish cuisine?
It’s delicious, but best of all, it’s a reminder of the little known story of the bravery of one woman who, with a single act, changed the course of history
Solomonov's new book 'Israeli Soul: Easy, Essential, Delicious' comes at a time when the Israeli kitchen is winning international recognition and Israeli restaurants are gaining the esteem of world culinary experts
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.
Warning: Israelis wear their gas masks while grating horseradish to make gefilte fish with chrein
Every ethnic group has its own traditional festive dishes for Rosh Hashanah. We found home cooks happy to share their holiday favorites.
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.
Are babkas really the new bagel? One thing is for sure: This classic Jewish cake is going mainstream
Apples and honey have a long history as a Jewish new year tradition. This recipe combines these ancient symbols into a sweet dessert
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
One dead, 17 sickened from salmonella linked to kosher chicken
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
Superb kubbeh, awesome hummus, all kinds of grilled meats on skewers, not to mention nuts and sweets – Tel Aviv's Hatikva Market is a culinary gem waiting to be discovered
Eggs, lentils and bagels are just some of the ways Jewish communities mark periods of mourning like Tisha B’Av
Gottfried Waldhäusl, a cabinet minister in the state government of Lower Austria, defended the plan as necessary 'from an animal welfare point of view'
An updated and modernized variation of mom’s simple recipe made into an easy one-pan meal. And find yourself some Castelvetrano olives – they are buttery with a bit of brine and so addictive
In our home we especially like to have it on hand during the summertime
The new Paris iteration of Shani's 'Miznon' joins its relative in Le Marais, a historic district and heart of the city’s Jewish quarter. Both branches are located in what have become hubs of Parisian nightlife
Shawarma that kills, a hot dog stand that delivers the goods, and a wok joint that offers tons of variety
While some chefs argue that bacon produced from lamb belly bears no comparison to the original, others say it is a valid local variation catering for observant diners. Rival charcutiers chew the fat
A ban on imports of carciofi alla giudia into Israel has angered many Jewish Romans. But Milan's Jewish community would rather play by the rules
If secular people don’t raise a cry, the court won’t protect our rights
U.S. food firms are trying to get a bite of the hummus market with some weird and wonderful variations of the Israeli staple – including one in the form of a dessert
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 dont have spaces for Jews to get together"
Learn how to combine the staple, fried Hannukah snack with the sweet, Far East delicacy
Josiane Mansoura reveals the confectionery's checkered history over three continents, the secret of its success, and why rich Syrians like Trump