Food News

I tried to recreate my favorite cookie, and the fail was epic

Marzipan Bakery in Israel makes the most amazing rugelach, and I was determined to make these gooey, chocolate cookies myself.

What the heck is a cacao nib? And other wild food trends, demystified

The changing landscape of food can be pretty amazing. Allow us to clear up a few things.

You may soon be able to afford the most expensive food on the planet

Scientists in Israel are figuring out how to grow truffles.

How well do you know the history of food?

From sabich to polenta to pierogi, test your knowledge on the origins of your favorite foods.

And the No. 1 food trend for 2018 is ...

From sweet to savory, from halloumi to harissa, the flavors of Israel prevail as a top cuisine this year.

The startups racing to bring 'clean meats' to the masses

From burgers to beer-battered chicken breasts, the future of meat is cruelty-free, nutritious and 100% delicious.

How Indian farmers are doubling their crops

Learning about new technology was a game changer for this farming couple.

The 'King of Cauliflower' is coming to the Big Apple

Noted celebrity chef Eyal Shani is bringing his wildly popular Miznon restaurant stateside.

You can now make your own ice cream at home from a tiny capsule

The Solo Gelato machine is like a Keurig for ice cream lovers.

What do those food expiration dates really mean? Not much, CEO says

And he's got a new technique to help you figure out when your food will actually go bad.

World's tiniest tomato tastes like candy

It's the size of a blueberry, and food experts say it could open the door to a world of new recipes.

Around the world in food: New Netflix show dares you to 'Feed Phil'

'Everybody Loves Raymond' creator Phil Rosenthal has won a James Beard Award for his foodie travels.

Israel's favorite peanut snack has arrived at Trader Joe's

The food market is now offering its own version of the popular puffs.

Marshmallow treat shortage has country on edge

With Krembo season in full swing, Israel is producing the candy as fast as it can. But is it fast enough?

Newly discovered 8,000-year-old wine breaks archaeological record

The oldest wine ever found was buried in a Neolithic village in Georgia.