Israeli websites HomeDine and EatWith kick off a new homey trend in vacation dining, creating cross-cultural experiences at the table.
‘The menu was born out of the kitchen and the bakery, two which seldom meet,’ say the baker-chef pair who opened this bread concept café.
Pomegranates (rimonim in Hebrew) add color and symbolism to Rosh Hashana tables worldwide. Here’s why you should try one.
Find an eatery, follow a recipe, price groceries, calculate nutrition and donate leftovers with the help of blue-and-white smartphone apps.
The modern olive-oil industry in Israel is fairly young, but producers are seeing brilliant results and rising recognition.
It sparked a revolution in Israel’s winemaking industry. Now the Golan Heights Winery is celebrating three decades of award-winning wine.
Forget vanilla. When Israelis eat ice cream they want to taste some local flavors. Two scoops of hummus ice cream anyone?
Israel’s freshest and zaniest produce, plus wines, cheeses, fish and meat, beckon visitors to this high-end daily market in Tel Aviv port.
Israel’s Kitchenbug formats recipes, tacks on nutritional information and adds keyword tags to optimize placement in a Google recipe search.
ISRAEL21c’s birthday tribute to Israel through the lens of photographers.