A nonprofit organization is helping couples who want an Orthodox wedding without the authorization of the Chief Rabbinate
Secular Jews have started to appreciate the nonreligious aspects of the holiday, from blinking lights to chocolate Santas to Mariah Carey’s Yuletide hits
Thousands of secular Israelis became newly observant and joined Haredi communities in the 1970s and ’80s. Now, their children and grandchildren are searching for a place of their own.
A new documentary series searches through Israel’s history and restaurant scene for an authentic Israeli cuisine
The world’s first commercial grasshopper farm hopes to put insects on your menu. Don’t worry—they’re kosher.
On Heela Harel’s urban tours, participants learn to spot edible flowers, leaves, and weeds—and how to turn them into lunch
Bino Gabso, better known as Dr. Shakshuka, has the prescription for what ails Tel Aviv’s fast food customers: a recipe he perfected behind bars
Mama Lynna is run by a daughter-mother duo out of a home, and is only open two days a week
Tel Aviv literary events bring together sour food and sour stories, with sweet results
The story behind the country’s beloved snack food
Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, Israel’s annual honey festival shines a light on the variety of sweet products being produced—as well as the challenges facing the country’s beekeepers
Three new restaurants bring a taste of the Caucasus region to Israel’s most cosmopolitan metropolis
For 70 years, Tel Aviv restaurant Keton has attracted the country’s top artists and thinkers with its old-school Ashkenazi fare
In Israel, the specter of the Tishrei Holidays—from taking care of my kids to planning an errand to, well, anywhere—looms large
Israeli culinary expert Janna Gur gathers traditional recipes from across the Diaspora in her new cookbook, ‘Jewish Soul Food’