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.
It's a nutty concoction created by an ice cream shop owner in Israel. And it's got a lot of people talking.
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.
Where's the beef? Not at WeWork, that's for sure.
The country's culinary creations, from beet-infused couscous to trendy wine water, dotted every corner of the NYC festival.
Can an alcohol-free wine be the start of a new beverage category? A conversation with the woman behind the new drink.
These fascinating products could be in your pantry soon.
If you're not satisfied with the simple street food version, check out these super-creative variations of falafel from our resident chefs.
I've heard both sides of the argument, and I'm determined to find the answer once and for all.
Our resident chef on her favorite meals and how cooking creates bonds between friends and family.
The food world is singing the praises of Zahav's 27-year-old Camille Cogswell.
Imagine it: Junk food that's not bad for you!
This sweet fruit, also known as dragon fruit, comes with a host of health benefits and is very easy to grow. So why hasn't anyone heard of it?
Fast food has never been quite this fast.
Marzipan Bakery in Israel makes the most amazing rugelach, and I was determined to make these gooey, chocolate cookies myself.