Sarah F. Berkowitz

Sarah F. Berkowitz

Sarah F. Berkowitz was born in Jerusalem, raised in Detroit, and currently lives in Atlanta with her Manhattan born and bred husband. Her dream of becoming a psychologist was traded in for a laptop and chef’s hat when she decided to pursue her passion for writing and food. Sarah enjoys cooking, trying to get food to stay still for a good shot, and convincing her kids that they’re really lucky to have a chef as a mom. They’re still waiting for dinner.

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Not a foodie? Here's how to inspire yourself to cook

Break through the block and fight fears of failure with these tips for cooking that anyone can use.

Healthier fudge brownies with hazelnut cream

Rich, chocolatey texture for your tastebuds, vegan and gluten-free ingredients for your body.

How to make baharat, the spice darling of Israeli cuisine

This multi-spice blend gives many Mediterranean dishes their exotic flavor profile.

The top food trends you're craving in 2019

The fun, the funky, the ... fermented? Here are some notable foods that are on trend for this year.

Sweet potato toast

A fun, nutritious and gluten-free alternative to workaday wheat toast.

My international culinary journey at the Israeli shuk

The Jerusalem marketplace offers a cornucopia of authentic foods from around the world.

The many ways to enjoy jackfruit

The largest fruit in the world has vegans and foodies around the globe cooking up all kinds of inventive and meatless recipes.

Raspberry jackfruit muffins

These swoon-worthy muffins are filled with tangy raspberries and tropical ripe jackfruit

A year in food: Israeli Kitchen’s can't miss highlights of 2018

This triumphant food trend is captivating hearts and bellies all over the world. And it's made for quite an exciting year in our Kitchen.

Spinach and onion crudite dip

This savory spinach dip will make your crudite platter disappear in minutes.

Apple pie smoothie

Start the day with a healthy smoothie that tastes like dessert and takes minutes to whip up? I’m in.

Israeli food subscription box is perfect gift for your foodie friends

Matana’s monthly delivery of artisanal Israeli products contains a personalized postcard that tells the story of one of the vendors.

Almond and toasted onion bagels

Make your own authentic boiled and baked bagels with incredible new flavors.

Maple pecan latte donuts

This glazed pecan latte donut is a fabulous holiday treat – and with good-for-you ingredients, you can enjoy with pleasure.

Looking for the best Mediterranean food in Israel? Make it yourself

A self-made meal at Te’amim cooking school beats five-star restaurants, hands down.