About a third of all food in Israel goes to waste, study estimates
From ‘Barbarian meals’ to ‘meat carnivals,’ carnivores are setting up forums to exchange tips and eat meat – in all shapes and sizes. But how much does the trend really have to do with an interest in cuts and cooking methods?
If secular people don’t raise a cry, the court won’t protect our rights.
Attending a Hubeiza Festival and dining in Sufra, an Amman restaurant, and sampling the food at Rutenberg in northern Israel, proves the artificiality of political borders
Tzohar has launched its own service granting kashrut certification in Israel – but the consumer may not be able to spot the difference, at least in the short term
Amer Masalha’s new place in Kafr Kara, which offers sourdough breads as well as pitas, challah and croissants, looks like part of a boutique bakery trend