Mapping the places people went a century ago for a special meal, a quick bite, or a perfect cocktail
Philadelphia’s Rooster Soup Company, co-run by Michael Solomonov, has partnered with a local organization to feed the city’s needy
His Israeli restaurant targeted by bigots, one German chef gets creative
A growing number of Israeli restaurants are obtaining alternative kosher certifications, many of which are administered by an organization called Hashgacha Pratit, or ‘private supervision’
Three new restaurants bring a taste of the Caucasus region to Israel’s most cosmopolitan metropolis
New Orleans-based Shaya serves ‘Louisiana Shrimp Shakshouka.’ Drool.
At restaurants around the country, Jewish flavors and recipes are reshaping what’s on the menu
‘Stop at the Red Apple’ tells the story behind the iconic roadside restaurant that fed Jewish vacationers for more than 50 years
Special offerings from Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Cleveland, and more
My family loved eating out together. But when my daughter became Orthodox, almost all our options got crossed off the menu.
I enjoyed some very expensive restaurants when my parents were treating. But as I approached 30, I wanted to pay my own way.
Forget cheap hummus shops. Arabic cuisine is coming into its own in Israel, as fine dining for Arabs and Jews alike.
Israeli website EatWith expands to the United States, offering foodies a chance to sample real local cuisine and local culture
The Israeli owners of London’s intimate Middle Eastern restaurant score a six-figure cookbook deal
With its award-winning cookbook Seafoodpedia, Tel Aviv restaurant Mul-Yam brings a world of fish to Israel
Medieval Sephardic recipes come out of hiding at La Vara, a new restaurant in Brooklyn that reconnects Spanish cuisine with its Jewish roots
What does Maimonides have to do with vegan food? A new restaurant in Brooklyn draws unexpected inspiration from the medieval Jewish scholar.
Burekas in Florida, hummus in L.A., and elegant Israeli cuisine in Philadelphia: ferreting out the unexpected at restaurants around the country
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