A new look and string of trendy businesses draw locals and tourists alike
Vegan delis are rethinking everything from cold cuts to bagels and lox. And along the way, they’ve created a kosher Reuben.
Israel’s kibbutzim are drawing a new generation of tourists, by offering everything from eco retreats to coworking spaces
Israel’s leading chefs are taking the city’s food in a new direction
The rebirth of Kapulski, Israel’s once-famous chain of coffee shops
Delis and Israeli restaurants have changed the city’s culinary scene, as the Jewish community grows
An edible miracle of modern science takes off in Rishon LeZion
An Israeli chef’s new Palo Alto coffee shop is serving nothing but the Cadillac of pastries—sweet and savory babka
They still have shared conference rooms, free Wi-Fi, and after-work parties. But they’ve also got kosher kitchens, sukkahs, and a commitment to Jewish values.
Once a staple of street kiosks in Tel Aviv, the sparkling, fruity soft drink is gaining new popularity in Israel and around the world
Through podcasts, books, and even dinner parties, millennials are exploring their feelings about the end of life. Now, please pass the potatoes.
In Israel, growing numbers of people are avoiding dairy—the basis for many of the holiday’s famous recipes. So chefs are creating new recipes that everyone can enjoy.
Israeli celebrity chef Omer Miller shifted from upscale restaurants to hamburgers and pizza—and became a sensation on Instagram
Gluten-free? Marzipan? Tomato and basil? Rainbow? Challah bakers are taking the Friday-night staple to new places.
They’re not just for Hasidim and scruffy kibbutzniks anymore
A Jerusalem eatery uses innovations like lamb bacon and vegan cheese to serve up kosher and delicious versions of sinful delights
Designers, stylists, and bloggers meet to talk style and spirituality
Long a dull staple of Rosh Hashanah tables, honey cake is having a renaissance, with a wide range of new variations
For me, learning Hebrew was a way to fit in as a Russian immigrant growing up in Israel. For the kids in my Hebrew school class in California, the language meant something entirely different.
Got assumptions about the Orthodox community in Israel? ‘King’ Zilbershlag is here to debunk them.
The Israeli version of the dish is popping up on menus across the U.S.