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6 soups and stews from Israel to warm you this winter These hearty dishes will make you forget about the cold weather.
9 kitchen gadgets you didn't know you needed Chop onions without crying, make any butter spreadable and cut the perfect slice of pizza with these (and more!) ingenious tools.
Peanut butter cheesecake Luscious, light cheesecake made with peanut butter cookies and a crunchy chocolate topping.
What is za’atar? A how-to on this beloved Mediterranean herb What is za’atar? A how-to on this beloved Mediterranean herb
Spinach and artichoke frittata This versatile dish is a great way to experiment with breakfast and use up the contents of your fridge.
Fresh fig cobbler Take a break from the usual peach and apple dessert with this light and sweet alternative.
‘In Search of Israeli Cuisine’ takes a culinary tour of the country and delivers a mouthwatering thrill ride.
Because the food is really good (and a few other reasons).
Eating healthy on the go just got a little easier with these restaurants.
We’ll help you construct a party-ready appetizer spread that celebrates the best part of entertaining – sharing great food with great friends.
The Flying Spark joins other companies making grub with bugs.
The versatility of this tasty legume is virtually limitless.
From couscous to shakshouka to kebabs, the Israeli Kitchen whipped up some of the region's best dishes this year.
Sweets at this bustling market are giving us major holiday treat goals.
Whether spicy or sweet – or both – your menu is sure to benefit from these flavors.
For these dishes, the stage is set when the cheese is melted.
Let us help you prepare a cake that combines the best fruits, and that also looks scrumptious.
Tourists flock to foodie's popular – and delicious – walks around fresh markets.
Add a bit more cheer to the season with these delicious wines.
Hummus, falafel, shakshouka, shawarma, the list goes on. Here's why the U.S. loves this cuisine.
There are many ways to use this unique Mediterranean mixture of spices, derived from a plant of the same name.