Edible fashions to take you from dawn to dusk

By Victoria Prever, June 21, 2016

The foodie news this season includes some exciting restaurant openings, a glamorous breakfast location, an inspirational cocktail and the easiest gourmet picnics in town.

In Vogue

It's all about Vogue this year, as the fashion magazine celebrates its centenary. At Westfield London, a Vogue café will be open from June 27 until September 25.


At last we can get our hands on a burger

By Victoria Prever, June 21, 2016

Who doesn't like a burger? It is the perfect package of beef, onion, lettuce and tomatoes, squished between two halves of a soft, sweet bread roll. Few foods can compete for speedy satisfaction. Problem is, most are out of bounds.

Thankfully kosher restaurants are wising up to foodie trends.


Impressive displays: the ulitmate wedding feast

June 21, 2016

Wedding caterers are finding increasingly inventive ways of staging food displays that pack as big a punch visually as they do in the flavour department.

"Food is art - it's all about eating with your eyes," says Simon Shaw, director of events at caterer, Philip Small.


Miss a minute, miss out

By Victoria Prever, June 17, 2016

Nine more sleeps until the doors open at JW3 for Gefiltefest 2016, and it's time to plan your day .


Old country foods

By Victoria Prever, June 1, 2016

Steve Varcoe of Aron's Deli and Nida Degutiene, wife of the Lithuanian diplomat Darius Degutis, are both passionate about Jewish food and will be sharing the love at Gefiltefest. Neither are Jewish.

For Lithuanian, Degutiene, it all began when she and her husband, moved to Tel Aviv when he took up his post as Lithuanian Ambassador to Israel.


Doing the hokey poke

By Anthea Gerrie, May 27, 2016

In Hawaii you can find it in every surf shack and grocery store, while in New York and Los Angeles it's become a cult among Instagramming foodies. Now a nice Jewish boy has elevated the raw fish dish which is an everyday snack in Honolulu to a gourmet appetiser for Mayfair's well-heeled diners.


Life is too short to be free from treats

By Victoria Prever, May 13, 2016

Shabbat is the one night of the week when Olivia Wollenberg might feel hard done by. Two years ago, she was advised by a nutritionist to give up wheat, dairy and refined sugar.

"The thing I really miss is challah," says Wollenberg wistfully. "My favourite part of the week was going to buy challah for my family. I'd buy one just for me."


MasterChef with a master plan

By Victoria Prever, May 6, 2016

Dr Nof Atamna-Ismaeel is an impressive lady. The 35 year-old mother of three (under nines) not only triumphed in the Israeli version of MasterChef in 2014, but also has a doctorate in microbiology. The victory, in which she saw off 4,000 keen foodies, enabled her to build herself a career in food.


The hot new loaf courtesy of Bubbe

By Felicity Spector, May 4, 2016

A cake which has a rich history and a vibrant future. Babka is taking over the baking world, one glorious slice at a time.