French food makes a delicious impression in Israel
The problem with foodie culture
Vegan food and Jewish food come together
Iran’s plans for regional hegemony depend on being seen as the protector of loyal Shiite Muslims—but those are exactly the people leading mass protests against Iranian domination in Iraq and Lebanon
A neofascist lives on in his Bavarian castle
A new documentary sheds light on how factory farming is poisoning us, and how an unlikely coalition of citizens is fighting back
Not the most popular, or the tastiest. The most Jewish.
Start Up Nation takes on dinner
Think you know gefilte fish? Try it a la Veracruzana.
As the High Holidays kick in, one formerly obese writer reflects on going kosher, long runs, and mastering his sins
The celebrity chef super-manager on starting from the bottom, great restaurants, and why he’s a ‘glutton’ for jarred gefilte fish
A Passover trip to the Sunshine State brings back memories of Wolfie Cohen’s Rascal House
The ‘Sedar Plate’ sandwich—smoked turkey, cranberry walnut charoset, fried egg, romaine, and horseradish—is one example of chef Eric Greenspan’s fresh take on traditional cuisine
The program will redistribute unharvested produce to families in need and could reduce Israel’s food waste by half
‘Jewish food isn’t something new to Berlin. It thrived here before, and should be here now.’
Pearl Nathan, the mother of Tablet food columnist Joan Nathan, dies at 103
Tova du Plessis, the Jewish owner of South Philadelphia’s Essen Bakery, has also been nominated for Outstanding Baker
At a special, six-course dinner at the Hungarian Consulate, Yossi Elad married the flavors of Jerusalem with the foods of his youth
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