Israel’s third-largest city has the most number of bakeries per person in the country. Come and see the treats awaiting you in Haifa.
In Israel, breakfast is a smorgasbord of food featuring dishes from all over the world, and who says it’s just for the morning?
Honey & Co. brings Middle East fare to British palates, winning rave reviews from food critics.
A joint UK-Israeli venture puts filtered tap water on British countertops, revolutionizing teatime and keeping plastics out of landfills.
Almost overnight, Israel has become a mecca for beer drinkers, offering some surprisingly fine ales, stouts and lagers. ISRAEL21c takes a look at the top 10.
Even Brits can’t get enough of the Spice Way fruit and herbal infusions grown on a 50-year-old Galilee farm.
The local wine industry has matured to the point where connoisseurs come to Tel Aviv each year to sample the latest offerings at IsraWineExpo.
Every Hannukah, Israelis stop counting calories long enough to buy about 24 million mouth-watering, sweet and gooey, deep-fried sufganiyot.
Eli Mizrahi is changing the culture of the open-air marketplace, luring younger and more affluent shoppers. But the bottom line is still fresh food, he says. Photo by Abigail Klein Leichman Eli Mizrahi, seated, chats with a patron outside his …
A new culture of chocolate has emerged in Israel, with the opening of dozens of new boutique chocolatiers. Now their fine, handcrafted creations are being sold abroad too.