Daniella Cheslow traveled to Berlin to find Yotam Ottolenghi on every bookshelf and a growing number of talented Israelis working the pots and pans.
Tel Aviv Table Podcast
Host Daniella Cheslow travels to the Majda restaurant outside Jerusalem - built by a Palestinian, whose Israeli wife designed the menu.
Tel Aviv Table tours Georgian wine country with Taste Georgia’s Maka Tarashvili; and reports the latest food news, including the tale of some deadly hummus.
Daniella Cheslow attended the annual seder for African migrants at Israel's Holot detention center, where she spoke to Khalil Kefel, who wants to return to Eritrea so he can go back to cooking - which he learned to love in Israel.
Food trucks are making their way within Israel; The Open Restaurants festival is around the corner; Coffee price wars; And gourmet gas station food.
Why did a secret pastry chef who spent the last six months producing perfect petit-fours and toothsome tarts in his Tel Aviv apartment, finally decided to open a bricks and mortar shop?
Host Daniella Cheslow journeys with her plate through the narrow streets of Acre's Old City and the wide-open vistas of the seafront.
This week host Daniella Cheslow loads the show with dried fruit and nuts since we're celebrating the Jewish holiday of Tu BiShvat.
With French Jewish immigration to Israel on the rise, the Tel Aviv Table heads to Netanya to assess the impact of the new arrivals on local cuisine.
The Tel Aviv Table spends an evening with veteran bartender, Oron Lerner, at his new cocktail bar Hide & Seek.
Meet the Israeli chef taking New York by storm, and hear the latest Israeli food news.
The Israeli boutique wine scene has exploded over the past decade; to get a closer look, host Daniella Cheslow visits the Bar Maor winery.
We discuss the coming together of Israel's center-left parties, Moshe Feiglin's odd amalgam of views, and whether 'privatizing' BDS is a good idea.
Hanukkah is usually all about the oil; find out why Jews in the Middle Ages ate cheese to mark the holiday. Plus hear all Israel's latest food news.
Bonna Devora Haberman, a scholar, writer, and playwright, shares the story of the birth of the Women of the Wall with host Rogel Alpher.
In Polish Culinary Week, Israelis discover lost Polish breads, innovative new recipes for carp and cabbage, and much more. Plus, the latest food news.
In this special holiday episode, we wade through the pastrami and shawarma to talk turkey, as well as a practical guide on preparing a 40-kilo shawarma.
Today's Tel Aviv Table pours a tall glass of the bottled enigma that is Tubi 60 – a cloudy, yellow alcoholic drink; plus the latest Israeli food news.
Operation comes as Turkish president Erdogan says details haven't been finalized for deal that would have Turkey train rebels to battle Islamic State militants in Syria.
This week on the Tel Aviv Table Podcast we discuss two new German TV documentaries showcasing Israeli cuisine, and this week's Tel Aviv food news.
This week we explore the agricultural sabbatical of Shmita in Israel and keep you updated on the latest news in food.
Here's one way to use your pimply old citruses; plus, all this week's Israeli food news.
Not a week goes by on the Tel Aviv Table without one persistent theme coming up: The cost of eating in Israel — which, you may have guessed, is exorbitant.
This week, we take a look at the plethora of food customs and creations that help Jews celebrate the harvest festival of Sukkot.
Twenty-two-year-old Oz Korenberg goes to extraordinary lengths to ensure his wine list at Jerusalem's Mamilla Hotel reflects the character and elegance of Israeli wines.
'You have to eat fish on Rosh Hashanah if you don’t want to go to hell,' explains the indomitable Sherry Ansky, food columnist and mother of celebrity chef Michal Ansky.
We've put together Tel Aviv Table's tastiest morsels from the last year: Flamboyant chefs, mythical Jerusalem dumplings, Israel's only buffalo farm, and lots more!
Host Daniella Cheslow travels to South Africa to witness its kosher food renaissance first-hand. She also meets some South Africans who’ve brought their traditional fare to Israel.
Host Daniella Cheslow discovers fruitarianism; chats to Chef Charlie Fadida about his fruit fusions; finds out what's happened to Israel's fruit exports; and much, much more.
This week on the podcast: War. We talk to restauranteurs, journalists, chefs and fishermen - in Israel and in Gaza - about cooking, eating and drinking during times of conflict.