Sarah F. Berkowitz - Page 2
This savory spinach dip will make your crudite platter disappear in minutes.
Start the day with a healthy smoothie that tastes like dessert and takes minutes to whip up? I’m in.
Matana’s monthly delivery of artisanal Israeli products contains a personalized postcard that tells the story of one of the vendors.
Make your own authentic boiled and baked bagels with incredible new flavors.
This glazed pecan latte donut is a fabulous holiday treat – and with good-for-you ingredients, you can enjoy with pleasure.
A self-made meal at Te’amim cooking school beats five-star restaurants, hands down.
With world-class amenities and breathtaking architecture, The Norman in Tel Aviv is a destination unto itself.
Apple cider flavored fruit bits from the shuk give these chewy granola bars fabulous flavor.
Tishbi is a family-owned vineyard that produces more than a million bottles a year. But it's so much more than a winery.
This legendary shop in Jerusalem has stood the test of time by combining centuries-old tradition with modern food trends.
These savory, airy focaccia are a creation of Chef Yuval Attias from Jerusalem’s Te’amim Cooking School.
We’ve traveled, tasted and tested, just in time for National Caramel Apple Day.
Restaurateur and TV personality reveals how he came up with his most unique and dazzling food presentations.
The owner of Apple and Pear brings his own upbringing to the table, courtesy of house-made, authentic Italian food in Jerusalem.
Chef and grillmaster Shay Lavi aims to bring more down-home Israeli food downtown.