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If you're a fan of onions, this recipe will have you salivating.
Often compared to pizza topped with meat, lachmajoun pastries make a piquant snack.
A seemingly perfect baked good for the coldest of winter nights.
The beloved Spanish tenor explains in an exclusive FTGV interview why 'Encanto del Mar' required a different style of singing.
The directors of the award-winning 'Big Bad Wolves' think they have the formula.
This Israeli cowboy ranch will make you tip your hat to nostalgia. The steak ain't bad, either.
How do skiers from warmer countries hone their sport? Lots of traveling, patience and dogged determination.
This endangered species, which can be found in Eilat Bay, is truly remarkable.
From using it as a marinade to freezing it, our cook offers her suggestions.
A rich, easy-to-make cake with all the tropical flavor of pineapple.
New research pegs fiber as a handy tool in the weight-loss arsenal. Here are some foods from the Mediterranean Diet to get you started.
This cheese-and-veg-loaded tart is a sweet way to get your family to eat leafy greens.