He has no formal training, and is just 22, so how did Oz Korenberg become the head sommelier at one of Israel’s most expensive hotels?
Try the best baklava, chocolate, marzipan, halva, challah, bourekas and other mouthwatering treats that Israel has to offer.
Platforms matching personal chefs with the lunchtime crowd and the dinnertime rush in central Israel will soon be testing the waters in North America.
Israel is fast becoming one of the most exciting food destinations in the world as its melting pot of citizens creates an extraordinary culinary culture.
In the Golan Heights, the soil, altitude and climate prove ideal for making internationally award-winning wines for more than 30 years.
Every chocoholic fantasy you can imagine was answered at Israel’s recent Chocolate Festival. Chocolate tahini, anyone?
Chefs at 70 Tel Aviv-Jaffa eateries have thrown the kitchen doors wide open to the public at a new behind-the-scenes event.
‘What is going on here is really remarkable. I don’t think this took hold so quickly and intensely in any other place in the world,’ says Israeli food writer Ori Shavit.
Take a taste of the microbrewery culture in Israel, courtesy of the Dancing Camel in Tel Aviv.