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
U.S. Department of Agriculture says suspected contamination at Pennsylvania-based factory, one of the largest producers of kosher poultry in North America, may have introduced metals into the products feared affected
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.