The change reflects the growing sophistication of Israel’s culinary scene, which is focused on updating traditional dishes and fusing them with cuisines from around the world.
Veganism is hot in Israel--tivoni (vegan) dishes are popping up on menus throughout the country from fine dining to the local coffee shop.
Summer is upon us. And that means swimsuits, summer camps, sticky temperatures — and food trucks.
Restaurant 1701, a kosher restaurant in London that has been open for only four months, has already earned one of dining’s highest honors.
Israeli entrepreneurs want to pioneer the nation’s role producing another strong spirit: whisky.
Starting in January, Welch’s will begin selling 100 percent grape juice certified by the Orthodox Union as kosher for Passover and year-round use.
Across the country, Jews are constructing menorahs out of donated canned foods, which are then given to local charities and the needy.
A Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs proposed giving the chief rabbinate’s kashrut inspectors the investigative and enforcement powers of the police.
The Gefilteria is returning fresh, high-quality ingredients to one of Jewish food's most neglected dishes.
The Canadian Girl Guides were eager to sell cookies, but there was one problem: they weren’t allowed to bring the cookies into the shul where the unit met.