traditional israeli food

Small potatoes with thyme
Lag Ba'omer treats

The tastiest treats for the upcoming holiday.

Pergamon, which offers a  ne-dining vegetarian menu, is attached to a nightclub
The city’s veggie club

Pergamon restaurant opens as the new, vegetarian addition to Pergamon Club

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
04/01/2018
HUSANYA IBN BARI holds up a hand-embroidered garment that she designed and made
Tour Israel: Women of the desert

If you’ve had the chance to visit Beduin communities in the Negev recently, such as Tel Sheva, Rahat or surrounding villages, you’re sure to have noticed that tourism is blossoming among these women.

By MEITAL SHARABI
28/12/2017
A colorful hanukia from the Judaica Web Store.
Oily Alternatives – Healthier Hanukkah Treats

Donuts, latkes, chocolate coins… Hanukkah has some of the best – and least healthy – holiday food. Check out our ideas so you can end the holiday with lighter delicious alternatives.

By JUDAICA WEB STORE
18/12/2017
Festival fritters: The humble potato meets oil for some pretty crispy results
Finding latkes in Jerusalem: An exercise in fried futility

In the Diaspora, the potato pancake was the star of Hanukka.

07/12/2017
The verdict on Roladin sufganiyot? ‘Fluffy and favorful.’
The holy, holey and unholy in the Holy City

The ‘In Jerusalem’ annual round-up finds that Kadosh’s sufganiot are heavenly and advises against saying bon appétit at Le Moulin Doré.

07/12/2017
The frst secret of pita/lafa baking is a very hot  oven and a very short bake
Pita perfect

Why is it then that most home bakers find it hardest to duplicate these famous, staple breads in their own kitchen?

16/11/2017
Afif Tannous
Prince Tahini

Galilee village prince becomes global industry king

By JPOST.COM STAFF
29/06/2017
Artisan matza canapés
Perfect for Passover

Nachman used her cooking and catering experience to come up with dishes that are easy to prepare and fun to serve and to eat.

By FAYE LEVY , YAKIR LEVY
06/04/2017
'A Land of Milk and Hummus: A Study of Israeli Culinary Culture'
'A Land of Milk and Hummus: A Study of Israeli Culinary Culture'

Gefilte fish, “stuffed fish” in Yiddish, is not terribly handsome.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
16/03/2017
Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use