'Livni, Peres urged Kerry to stall Palestinian bid for statehood at UN'
Israel scoffs at UN demand that it foot bill for oil spill from Lebanon war
Netanyahu could be disqualified from Likud leadership race
High Court of Justice says rabbinical court can annul conversions retroactively
'We have weak civil servants'
Health funds took in 9% more from supplementary health insurance in 2013
Ministry axes costly safe-sex video clip
Treasury will give financially bleeding state hospitals another NIS 150 million
Tech Talk: Haredim in hi-tech
Watch out! You are being followed in the supermarket
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv among 14 cities to receive Bloomberg grants
Israel's Energiya to build solar field in Georgia
Polish Holocaust-themed film gets Oscar nomination, while Israeli entry misses cut
Cooking with a kosher soul
Remains of 8,000-year-old olive oil found in Lower Galilee
Grapevine: Being careful of what we wish for
FC Barcelona to cut ties with terror financier Qatar, Israeli TV reports
Pe’er and Glushko clash in Ra’anana final once more
Leader K8 aims to distance itself from pack
Maccabi Tel Aviv enters Top 16 Euroleague on a roll
Tekuma central committee to choose running partner Saturday night
Post/Maariv Hashavua’ poll: Likud could finish in third place
Reform leader to run in Labor primary
Former prime ministerial advisers lead aspiring Labor newcomers
Tekuma defers decision on split from Bayit Yehudi to rabbis
Palestinians in Gaza fear IAF attack marks beginning of end of cease-fire
IDF aircraft strike Gaza following earlier rocket fire
PHOTO GALLERY: Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in West Bank
Gaza rocket explodes in southern Israel, no injuries
Kerry may not want Netanyahu back as premier, but Abbas sure does
PHOTO GALLERY: Jews, dignitaries worldwide mark third night of Hanukkah
For Cuban Jews in US, rapprochement with Castro regime cause for concern
Sydney menorah lighting canceled following deadly hostage siege
Dozens of Israelis fighting in Ukraine, rebel leader claims
Cuban Jews want close ties with US brethren
Iran's support for Syria tested by oil price drop
Former head of Saudi religious police a bold feminist?
Iran honoring nuclear deal with Western powers, IAEA report shows
WATCH: Palestinians stage pro-Hamas rally on Temple Mount
Report: Hezbollah tries Mossad informant who foiled 5 attacks against Israelis
Harvard’s president stops an anti-Israel boycott against SodaStream
Opinion: The US is no longer in Israel’s pocket
Know Comment: International condemnations - Nu, so what!
From autonomy to sovereignty: The Oslo Agreements and Palestinian statehood
Better energy: Eight goals for the next energy minister
The last war but one
Why Fitch’s A+ gets a D
A love song for Jerusalem, sung in two genders
Grapevine: An international ‘Marriage’
This Week in Jerusalem: Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
View from the hill
Three Ladies, Three Lattes: Shabbat peace
Happily Eva After: The one in which I acted the turkey
Where the blind lead the sighted
Grapevine: Celebrating in sign
Campaign jockeying reveals growing cracks in haredi walls
Turkey and the Islamic State
Abandoning the diplomatic battlefield to our enemies
Ignoring strategic reality
A song for Kislev: 'Sea of Sheaves'
שְתִיקָתוֹ שֶל בָּרוּך
שָרִים מִקוֹל הַלֵב
The miraculous oil of the olive
‘The peace process is like rock and roll – it is never going to die’
A smiling survivor
La droite s'effrite
L'union fait la force
Hanin Zoabi persiste et signe
La conférence du JPost
L'Andalousie séfarade, sur le chemin du retour
La cuisine juive dans l'espace et le temps
Les bougies de Safed
Transmuer la terreur en lumière
Autopsie d'une fuite de pétrole
L’éléphant blanc de Tel-Aviv
La violence dans les communautés juives orthodoxes : venir à bout du tabou
Affaires de femmes ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Frappes en Syrie, Damas accuse Tsahal
Al-Sissi n’est pas Moubarak
Le temps joue en faveur de Téhéran
Ciblés parce que juifs
Procès Lee Zeitouni : suite et fin
Peu d’espoir pour Pollard
Le prochain bras de fer entre Israël et les Etats-Unis
Government halts Christmas Day conversions in India
Jewish influence on Christmas music
Hijabs, kippot and Santa hats: The Haifa Festival of Festivals
Netanyahu commiserates with persecuted Christians
Iraqi Priest calls on Obama to step up fight against ISIS
The Moshav Movement Honors KKL-JNF
KKL-JNF at the Diplomatic Conference
New Bike Single in Lahav Forest in the Negev
40,000 Cranes at the Winter Bird Festival
Serbian PM Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Sharing and Learning - German Forestry Students Intern with KKL-JNF
Israel and Finland Connect through the Environment
KKL-JNF Experts Visit China for Future Environmental Collaborations
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
Nigerian Forestry Delegation Sees KKL-JNF Desert Afforestation First-hand
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
JNF USA Doctors Mission Connects to a Healthy Israel
KKL Brazil Holds Annual Gala Dinner in São Paulo
JNF Toronto Negev Dinner 2014 Honors Dr. Max Glassman
Israel Today and Tomorrow: KKL France Mission Visits Israel
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
12.20.2014 | 28 Kislev, 5775
Burger Ranch is reportedly in talks to sell 51 of its 72 remaining branches.
By NIV ELIS
PMO: Milk 55% more expensive because of duties.
The refugees hadn’t fled from Islamic State, they had run for their lives from Syrian President Bashar Assad’s army.
By LELA GILBERT
While there are many fine dining establishments across Israel, if you get to know the traditional street foods, you’ll eat like a local.
By AMY SPIRO
Si, pour Napoléon, c’est la soupe qui fait le bon soldat, l’« Affaire Milky » prouve qu’en Israël, c’est le dessert qui fait le bon contestataire
By SHLOMO MAITAL
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Peres will also undertake a mission of public diplomacy to explain Israel’s case to the Indian media.
Food Security has become an increasingly recognized term in social welfare programs around the world designed to address the shortage of quality food within poorer populations.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
African-American culinary historian Michael Twitty will discuss his unique life pathways at the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival.
Finally, a good excuse to load up on carbs.
By DANA ZAX
Netanyahu proposes 0 VAT for food staples, despite rejecting the policy in the past.
In 2012, Marks fulfilled a lifelong dream of making aliya, and settled in Alon Shvut nearby his parents, despite a diagnosis earlier that year of stage IV lung cancer.
Chef Yonatan Roshfeld’s Alma Lounge is a marvel from start to finish.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Israel’s second Polish Culinary Week will include a plethora of cultural events around the country celebrating Polish cuisine.
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
Let Animals Live says the army has failed to provide vegan soldiers with food that matches their needs, even though the basic supplies are already available in military kitchens.
By SHARON UDASIN
If the legislation goes on to receive Knesset approval, the Farmers Federation of Israel estimated that families would save about NIS 300-600 monthly on their grocery bills.
Trans fats are a type of unsaturated fats that can be created artificially that have been found to raise the risk of coronary heart disease.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Getting rid of some messy import policies would help spur competition and bring down prices.
The Mamilla Café & Brasserie in Jerusalem is a haven within a haven.
By RUTH BELOFF
Proposed legislation would enable food bank to collect three times as many meals for needy.
Researchers at the National Center for Mariculture in Eilat are developing new means to propagate the region’s sought after fish species.
Yael German calls for lowered prices to reduce risk of developing diabetes and making it easier for diabetics to eat properly.
Experts respond to readers' health queries.
According to the report, the average Israeli spends 17% of household income and 21% of household expenditures on food.
Keshet’s newest reality show throws 10 ‘celebrities’ who don’t know how to cook into the deep end of the kitchen.
Members of Farmers Federation of Israel slam Defense Ministry, IDF for plans to import produce during upcoming schmita year.
The ‘Milky Affair’ proves that in Israel, social protest, like Napoleon’s armies, marches on its stomach
Israeli writer Janna Gur talks about her newest cookbook celebrating global Jewish food, and the growing international popularity of Israeli cuisine
Try to add some olive oil in your cooking this Hanukkah
By FAYE LEVY AND YAKIR LEVY
A festival during the week of Hanukkah bring spirit to the Jordan Valley.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Borscht was the way beets appeared on our table when I was growing up; When we lived in Paris, we learned from the French how tasty beets can be in salads.
Learning to make Classic Thanksgiving food
The latest crop of cookbooks urges home cooks to experiment in the kitchen – and eat their vegetables!
First he spread pureed black beans on a fresh roll, the way Israelis might spread humous.
By DAVID STROMBERG
It’s the flavorings that make Moroccan pumpkin soups taste different from French ones.
Tomer Marudi’s trio successfully brings Israeli flavor to the Food Network reality competition,
‘The Great Food Truck Race’.
By KELLY HARTOG
Golan ranchers are struggling to preserve a tradition against market forces, and an Israeli
diet that doesn’t pay much attention to meat.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
In the US, if you see beef on the menu of an “Indian” restaurant, it’s most likely Pakistani or Bangladeshi.
“Peppers bring food alive,” writes Peruvian-born chef Felipe Rojas-Lombardi in 'The Art of South American Cooking'.
‘Stews and soups are neighbors that share a balcony’ – Mollie Katzen, ‘The Heart of the Plate.’
Serve Italian-inspired delicacies to your guests during Succot
By NERIA BARR
Bake pita to take with you when touring and picnicking during Succot
By LES SAIDEL
Australian volunteer Denis Rohan succeeded in setting fire to al-Aksa Mosque on August
21, 1969, and fleeing Jerusalem.
By ABRAHAM RABINOVICH
“The true reason for so many apple-filled pastries is apple’s flavor affinity with butter [in the dough] – one of the most successful baking marriages ever made.”
By FAYE LEVY,YAKIR LEVY
Way before the 2011 social justice protests and the proliferation of cooperatives, the Ezrat Achim haredi nonprofit grocery opened in Tel Aviv.
By TAMAR DRESSLER
... The tough look at adorable pictures of flamingos in top hats.
Award-winning young chef Orel Kimchi talks about his restaurant Popina.
By MIRIAM KRESH
A long way from the countryside Israel’s first commercial urban farm blooms in Beersheba
By RAFFI WINEBURG
Aharon Markovich makes uniquely Israeli cheeses on Moshav Nehalim.
Vegan Festival in Ramat Gan promises entertainment and enlightenment.
Often the result of 20 years of research, exotic fruit thrives here.
While olive oil is traditionally used to light the hanukkia, there is no such limitation on cooking oil.
For meat lovers, NG more than fills the bill.
The new bistro in Caesarea is popular and picturesque.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Chef Yochanan shows you how easy it is to make traditional Persian squash.
By YOCHANAN LAMBIASE
Enjoyed around the globe, fried dough is a universal delight
Chef Yochanan shows you how easy it is to make traditional Libyan cauliflower.
In short, Jewish law allows for a vegetarian diet, even as it continues to emphasize the uniqueness of humans and the primacy they are owed over animals.
By RABBI SHLOMO BRODY
The neighborhood is peopled by a diverse mix, and when the weather warms up people spill into its leafy streets, which become everyone’s common backyard.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Yosef Hadayag makes a splash in Jerusalem.
Angelica offers the ultimate in refined dining.
Chef Nitzan Raz offers a fresh twist on Italian dining, leaving the diner wondering what the next dish could possibly contain.
By ARIEL COHEN
A cruise in Southampton with Quantum of the Seas.
By SIVAN AZULAY
Try your hand at traditional sweet pastries from North Africa
Make a great new stew for dinner.
An apple a day...Some core ideas about the medicinal and nutritional benefits of this versatile fruit
For Latin lovers, of food, La Boca may well steal your heart.
Chef Yochanan shows you how easy it is to make traditional Sphardic Tunisian fish stew.
Four soups that will keep you warm.
Like his Hahatzer, chef Moti Ohana’s new Medita in Jerusalem abounds with good food and loyal patrons.
By DAVID BRINN
An age-old grain may be ideal for the modern age.
Nahmani provides relaxed Italian meals all day long
By JONATHAN GILAD
Take couscous a step up
Moonshine will transport you back to the 1920s.
A perfect dinner at Haviv Moshe's Al HaMaim.
Nam shows the oldies how it's done.
TV competitions vie to attract audiences’ attention and allegiance
Jerusalem’s newest luxury hotel oozes elegance and charm – for the most part.
Soyo is a British-style café with Israeli influences
Meir Adoni’s Mizlala is the place to be in Tel Aviv.
By MAXINE BERGMAN
Find new ways to add dishes from the sea to your home cooking.
Winemakers Moises and Anne Cohen share a love of wine and each other.
By ADAM MONTEFIORE
Cookbook author Paula Shoyer shares her theory on holiday cooking – and some delightful fall recipes.
Succot is the perfect opportunity to invite over family and friends for innovative riffs on an Italian classic.
Check out Chef Yochanan Lambiase's simple trick to divide oranges.
Chef Yochanan Lambiase shows you how easy it is to take charge of your corn.
Sorrento in Rishon Lezion is well worth a return
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
Café Greg in Tel Aviv has joined the bandwagon
Cook a vegetarian meal to break the fast
Looking to break your Yom Kippur fast with something yummy? Try this no fuss beef-lamb kofta recipe.
Wings has taken off in Tel Aviv.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Cook one type four different ways.
Plan your week carefully and you should be able to get everything done on time.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
It’s not merely that there is an entrenched idea that Shabbat and chicken go together; there is a view in the Talmud that Shabbat cannot be enjoyed without meat.
By RAYMOND APPLE
The desperate requests for basic necessities that I see from needy people in Israel are heartbreaking.
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
The toxic menu at Conflict Kitchen leaves a bitter taste on the palate of pursuers of peace.
By SKIP GRINBERG/GREGG ROMAN