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10 easy recipes you can make while working from home

Working remotely has its perks, and cooking is chief among them. Make the best of your isolation with these 10 recipes.


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10 mouthwatering dishes of Israel you should really try

From crispy falafel to lamb kebabs, check out this selection of foods popular in Israel — and by all means, try them at home!

How to cook couscous in 10 surprisingly delicious ways

Wondering how to cook couscous? Here are 10 ways to prepare couscous you may not have thought of.

Breads Bakery

Breads Bakery is making NYC a little more delicious

Award-winning baker and Breads Bakery co-owner Uri Scheft bakes tantalizing creations that reflect his Israeli and Danish background.

Za'atar spice mix

Gold-medal chocolate gets its flavor from an unlikely source

In the 2014 International Chocolate Awards, Israeli chocolatier Ika Cohen won a gold medal using a traditional spice blend in a non-traditional way.

drip irrigation

Israeli experts teach irrigation techniques in West Africa

Senegalese farmers taught drip irrigation farming and water conservation techniques to quell food shortages.

Falafel

What is falafel?

What is falafel made of? Learn what's inside the popular dish, plus: How to make falafel at home.

Chef Einat Admony

Chef brings New Yorkers a taste of the Mediterranean

With popular restaurants and a new book, chef Einat Admony brings a taste of Israel to America.

Caprese Salad with Mozzarella Cheese, Tomatoes And Basil

Award-winning 'Basil Tree' provides fresh leaves for years

The Israeli company Hishtil has developed a Basil Tree that lasts for years and is resistant to pests and drought-tolerant.

These fresh new restaurants might just replace 'the usual'

These Israeli restaurants that have taken root in the United States might just replace your usual spots for coffee, lunch and dessert.

Ron Ben-Israel and his cake

Sweet talk with Ron Ben-Israel

Meet the creative mind behind the incredible cake designs.

salad trail farm

Take a bite out of Israeli agriculture

Salad Trail shows that it’s possible to grow produce in even the driest climates.

Thanksgiving challah

Turkey challah? Popular bread takes many shapes

If challah French toast is your starchy Sunday staple, take a look at these unique twists (literally) on the beloved bread.

An EatWith meal around San Francisco host Rebecca's table.

Website helps international travelers find home-cooked meals

EatWith connects tourists with local host families for a memorable dining experience.