Danon pushes bill to stop Israel from returning bodies of terrorists
Pipe bomb thrown at police in capital injures east Jerusalem resident
PM may revoke east Jerusalem terrorists' families residency
Erdan weighs option of revoking residency status of terrorism supporters
Merkel against unilaterally recognizing Palestine as a state
Israeli official: Erdogan rhetoric befits Tehran or Damascus, not a NATO capital
Netanyahu proposes his own version of 'Jewish state bill'
Israel’s ambassador to return to Sweden on symbolic Nov. 29th date
Netanyahu: We have nothing against east Jerusalem residents, but we must protect our citizens
The toilet taboo
Pro-public health advocates battle against private-medicine lobbying and ad campaign
Doctors, nurses more than twice as likely to get flu shots than general population
Cheapen gluten-free food for celiac patients, panel says
'Leviathan gas reservoir to begin flowing by early 2018'
New kid's Israeli archaeology game launched for iPhone
Green Knesset advances as MKs replace paper with iPads
Zion Tech: Our Israeli start-up of the week aims to revolutionize therapy access
James Blunt is coming to get ‘high’ in Tel Aviv
Grapevine: Farewell to an articulate advocate for Israel
Theater Review: The Tempest
Beitar-Sakhnin match to draw tight security amid rising Jewish-Arab tensions
Yellow-and-blue survives scare to beat Limoges
Beersheba with an opportunity to go top
Back-on-track Maccabi Tel Aviv takes on Limoges in Euroleague
10% of US-Israelis in IDF become officers
Fitch lowers Israel's outlook from 'positive' to 'stable'
Possible Nazi art transfer riles Jewish groups
‘Brussels museum attack could have been prevented’
UK soccer club owner ready to resign after anti-Semitic comments
Turkish official rejects angry governor’s wish to turn synagogue into museum
English soccer club owner faces racism probe for saying Jews 'chase money'
Guantanamo Bay inmate released to Saudi Arabia
Iran nuclear talks: The narcissism of minor differences the EU and US
Pro-ISIS graffiti found on monument to fallen Druse soldiers
More reconstruction materials slated to enter Gaza next week
Jordanian PM reportedly sends condolence letter to families of Jerusalem synagogue terrorists
Into the Fray: The Arabs’ war against the Jews and what must be done
My Word: A personal response to terrorism
An open society
November 21, 2014: Expel ‘shahids’
No Holds Barred: The ferocious battle for Israel at New York University
Cinema of reconciliation
On the volcano’s edge
Knowledge, power and abuse
Q&A with a Colombian lone soldier
European Press: Dividing line
Veterans: Keeping an ear out for change
Book Review: Written from his heart
This Week in Jerusalem
Who is your God?
Grapevine: Amazing place
A voice from India
Happily Eva After: When the going gets tough...
Grapevine: Reclaiming our heritage
Upscale dining in Neveh Tzedek
A war for the soul of Israel’s Arab community
Iran and the West – how big a gap?
Iranian nukes and 'Palestine' - mutually reinforcing perils for Israel
Islamic State – APEC a fizzer - G20 promises no better
A song for Cheshvan: 'The Eucalyptus Grove'
הָאַרְכִיוֹן שֶל רוֹמַן וִישְנִיָאק
Har Nof in flames
Meet the Ambassador: No longer a conference diplomat
‘Post’ leads the way with new podcast
Grapevine: The highest accolade of all
The secret of Jewish survival
Frontlines Podcast: Jerusalem's 'lone wolves'
Tempête au sein de la coalition
Crise de confiance
Qui prendra la relève de Mahmoud Abbas ?
Arafat, Abbas, même combat ?
Daniel Oren, maestro d’Israël, d’Italie et d’ailleurs !
Nos plus belles années ?
De Berlin à New York, 1920-1975
Le pogrome de Constantine
Le pot de chocolat liégeois par qui le scandale arrive
Le dernier kibboutz
La course aux étoiles
Les mordus du français
On n’invite pas un pyromane à éteindre un incendie
Tuer l’EI dans l’œuf
Le mont du Temple et la guerre sainte de l’islam
Les attentats du lundi 10 novembre vus par la presse française
L’Europe, nouvelle alliée d’Abbas ?
Pope Francis condemns Palestinian violence
Last Christian shop-owners in Old City: 'Tourists afraid of the politics'
Kurdish refugees struggle to survive as they outrun Assad's army and ISIS
Discover Ramla from a Christian persepective
Pastor who died in crash mourned in Israel
KKL Belgium Donates Portable Bomb Shelter to Kiryat Gat
KKL-JNF Awards 2014 Blumberg Prize
Exploring the Ilanot Botanical Garden and the Vickar Observation Point
Cornerstone Laid for Sports Rehab Park at Meir Hospital
Mexican Politician and Business Leader Miguel Aleman Velasco Visits KKL-JNF in Jerusalem
International Conference in Sde Boker: Combating Desertification Together
Rehabilitation of the Lower Jordan: Bringing the River Back to Life
Central America Celebrates Independence at the Rabin Center
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
Cleanup Day Activities in Central Israel
International Cleanup Day: Cleaning Together in Northern Israel
KKL-JNF's Eyes in the Forest - The Horshim Forest Green Patrol
Israel Today and Tomorrow: KKL France Mission Visits Israel
Start-up Israel: KKL Italy November Mission Learns about Israel's Past and Future
KKL-JNF and Desert Agriculture Latin American Diplomats visit the Negev
A Successful Annual Fundraising Event for KKL Milan
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
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PMO: Milk 55% more expensive because of duties.
By NIV ELIS
The refugees hadn’t fled from Islamic State, they had run for their lives from Syrian President Bashar Assad’s army.
By LELA GILBERT
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
In opening his café and gourmet cheese shop Cohen’s Deli, Shimon Cohen has revived a family tradition.
By RUTH BELOFF
The traditional sweetener is becoming more scarce and costly.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Peres will also undertake a mission of public diplomacy to explain Israel’s case to the Indian media.
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.
By SHARON UDASIN
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.
Proposed legislation would enable food bank to collect three times as many meals for needy.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
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.
By AMY SPIRO
Members of Farmers Federation of Israel slam Defense Ministry, IDF for plans to import produce during upcoming schmita year.
Researchers have been puzzled over the fact that non-caloric artificial sweeteners do not seem to help reduce weight; some studies even suggest opposite effect.
Cookbook author Jamie Geller’s newest ‘Joy of Israel’ episode features recipes containing the Seven Species, cooked in the City of David.
Ahead of holiday, finance minister helps Israeli families celebrate the holidays without extra financial worries.
The ‘Milky Affair’ proves that in Israel, social protest, like Napoleon’s armies, marches on its stomach
Learning to make Classic Thanksgiving food
By FAYE LEVY AND YAKIR LEVY
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
Actually, you don’t need a barbecue to enjoy barbecue sauce. My mother used to prepare tasty ‘barbecued chicken’ by baking chicken pieces in a bright red barbecue sauce in the oven.
Fleeing to the North (but not too far North) is the thing to do for those looking for some postwar escapism.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Wine and beer festivals within one week of each other are a drinking connoisseur’s dream come true.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN,NOA AMOUYAL
The first time we tasted a savory watermelon salad, at 1500 Ocean restaurant on Coronado Island, California, we were surprised at how much we liked it.
... The tough look at adorable pictures of flamingos in top hats.
Award-winning young chef Orel Kimchi talks about his restaurant Popina.
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.
Claiming to be the world’s first Krusty Krab-themed restaurant, an eatery opens in the PA to provide a ‘SpongeBob’ atmosphere and give them 'the sea and that environment Palestinians are missing’.
Owners of orchards and wineries on the Golan Heights are concerned their communities might end up like those near Gaza.
By NOAM AMIR
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.
By YOCHANAN LAMBIASE
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.
By SHAWN RODGERS
A perfect dinner at Haviv Moshe's Al HaMaim.
By DANA ZAX
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
By TAMARA ZIEVE
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
Chef Limor Laniado Tiroche offers culinary workshops and fine cuisine in Jaffa
Chef Shitrit has conjured up a marvelous menu at this Jaffa gem.
Breakfast at the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is an expensive but exquisite experience
Chef Yochanan shows you how easy it is to make the delicious Israeli breakfast treat.
Chef Yochanan shows you the secret to making a simple, flavor-filled salad with an Israeli twist.
Chef Guy Peretz prepares entire meals on the grill
This week, fix a quick and tasty poultry dish
Start the year with a glass of sweet wine
Check out Chef Yochanan's easy-to-follow recipe on how to make this rustic bread.
Looking to try some tasty goodness for breakfast? Try Chef Yochanan's version of the Spanish omelet.
Chef Yochanan shows you the secret to cooking a simple, flavor-filled colorful salsa.
A new gluten-free flour can be used like regular flour in baking favorite desserts.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Situated in a prime location, Jerusalem’s new Dunya café/bistro is primed for success
The new Bindella Osteria in the heart of Tel Aviv serves refined Italian cuisine, inspired by local ingredients.
The -196 ice cream parlor has a few parlor tricks up its sleeve.
Jerusalem’s Tmol Shilshom serves up a world-class kosher buffet.
By MARGARET STONER
Rama’s Kitchen in Nataf serves country-style food in an idyllic setting.
Upscale yet casual, Brown serves delicious fare, be it for brunch, lunch or dinner.
By JASON MESKIN
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