Food News

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.

New sugar substitute may be sweet news for diabetics

Tel Aviv company has created a product that is several thousand times as sweet as sugar, and healthy to digest.

Step inside Tishbi, where the wine – and chocolate – are flowing

Tishbi is a family-owned vineyard that produces more than a million bottles a year. But it's so much more than a winery.

Welcome to Berman's, the oldest bakery in Israel

This legendary shop in Jerusalem has stood the test of time by combining centuries-old tradition with modern food trends.

Could these straws help you lose weight and stop snoring?

2 new devices, the Zen Eating Sipper and the Dream Sipper, claim to help people combat overeating and snoring by focusing on the way we swallow.

​Where to find America's largest and best caramel apples

We’ve traveled, tasted and tested, just in time for National Caramel Apple Day.

Italian-Israeli chef and opera singer calls restaurant his stage

The owner of Apple and Pear brings his own upbringing to the table, courtesy of house-made, authentic Italian food in Jerusalem.

Episode 19: Oded Brenner, chocolate mogul

The founder of the world famous Max Brenner chocolate shops was banished from his company. But, after a five-year exile, the chocolatier has returned and is making a comeback.

How Israel became a leading force in food tech

Innovations in the food world are shaking up the industry and bringing amazing things to your dinner plate.

Why I love sheet pan dinners – and you should, too

These one-pan meal recipes are a lifesaver for busy home chefs searching for easy dinner ideas.

Episode 16: Gil Hovav, TV host and food journalist

Often called Israel's first foodie, the eccentric chef talks about his career, his pet peeves and why family food is so important.

Golfers enjoy gourmet BLTs delivered by drone onto course

North Dakota fairway is first in nation to offer the automated concierge service.

How a growing food trend is bringing flavors of the Israeli shuk to your kitchen

The classic outdoor market in Jerusalem brings rich flavor and color to the city. And thanks to one company, these flavors and colors can be yours to savor.

Cannabis ice cream flavor gives new meaning to 'sugar high'

It's a nutty concoction created by an ice cream shop owner in Israel. And it's got a lot of people talking.

A mom's survival guide to a diet-diverse family

One's a pescatarian, one's an ethical vegan, one's allergic to nuts. Our columnist knows how to cook for a family that can't all eat the same thing.