Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
Try the best of Diaspora Jewish cooking and Palestinian culinary traditions
Israel’s best chefs are drawing inspiration from their grandmothers’ kitchen, local Mediterranean and Palestinian cuisines, and the Jewish diaspora. These top restaurants offer something hard to find outside Israel
As an Israeli in America, I miss good, sour labneh. Fortunately this recipe is easy to make
A different cheese in every dish makes for a luxurious holiday meal
Great for Shavuot: Labneh, a Middle Eastern cheese made from strained yogurt, is available at Middle Eastern supermarkets, Israeli supermarkets and Whole Foods
Great for Shavuot: Use your favorite blue cheese for this recipe
Great for Shavuot: You can keep the rind of parmesan (and other strong flavored hard cheese) in the freezer until ready to use
Kick the avocado toast up a notch with a micro greens and fresh pea salad and finish the meal off with pink champagne drizzled over berries and whipped cream
Pink champagne has made some headlines in Israel this year, and Mother’s Day is a great occasion to have a sip
Kick the avocado trend up a notch by adding some to this green goddess dressing
Israelis are giggling at the sudden buzz surrounding a food that many grew up eating for dinner every night
Learn how to make the famously spiced lamb, two fresh salads on the side and tahini sauce for serving
A whole world of delights has opened up to Ashkenazi Jews who are now eating legumes and rice on Passover.
Haaretz's food columnist cooks lunch with the doyenne of Jewish cooking, and discusses food history and Jewish tradition
Can't decide what to serve your guests? Here are some delicious dishes for you to wow your friends and family with.
Sometimes you just want good old tradition.
Try out this seder menu full of vibrant, Mediterranean-style dishes.
This cake is kosher, parve and gluten-free. You’ll want to make it all year round.