Why people think it's acceptable to eat chicken and not dog meat, according to American social psychologist and vegan activist Melanie Joy
Besides being a finalist for this top James Beard prize – as well as a few others – Israeli food maven Michael Solomonov has just opened his 10th eatery and is star of a new documentary
They have nutritional value and medicinal properties, and are a wonderful addition for various dishes, both cooked and fresh. Three easy recipes based on green almonds
Good wine that doesn’t cost a bundle? There is such a thing
Wine lovers will find a pleasant drinking experience at budget-friendly prices in this selection of wines from classic and less familiar regions
Ilana Bet-El was born and raised in Israel, but her British-born mother, like generations of Jewish women in the United Kingdom, learned how to cook and manage their homes from a book known to mainly simply as FG
Passover is a terrific opportunity to draw closer to family and friends – unless you’re caught in the crossfire between vegans and carnivores
A whole world of delights has opened up to Ashkenazi Jews who are now eating legumes and rice on Passover.
With its kitchen openly accessible to diners and a chef who invites questions from his clients, Burek is like no other dining space in Israel. Make sure you keep a Wednesday free.
Sometimes you just want good old tradition.
Former black sheep Zak Stern says that if it wasn't for his religious wife, he would never have opened a kosher bakery: 'I had no idea what I was getting into'
The guilty seder pleasure of many Jews is popular with West Indians and African-Americans, too
Haaretz's food columnist cooks lunch with the doyenne of Jewish cooking, and discusses food history and Jewish tradition
Courtesy of Moti Bochbut, executive chef at Jerusalem Inbal Hotel.
Gluten free and delicious, these fluffy noodle soak up all the goodness of chicken soup.
With a bowl of her couscous, one grandmother taught me something about independence. The other taught me to make fish soup and fish patties that go so well with couscous.
Cream cheese and lox are out. Oreos, Peeps and Bamba are in.
Three enterprising farmers use hydroponic methods to grow veggies atop Dizengoff Center in the heart of Tel Aviv and offer them freshly picked on a daily basis.
An international law expert draws on current events, fake news and Iran in a bid to put to rest the eternal latke-hamantaschen debate once and for all.
This traditional filling is tasty in more than just hamantaschen: Try these recipes for poppy seed-apple cake, or poppy seed-chocolate rugelach.
Hamantaschen filled with eggplant, cheeses and herbs make a wonderful Purim appetizer.