Food

Honey and spice and all things nice...

By Sarit Packer , August 12, 2015

Our original business plan for Honey & Co didn't contain a single cake.

I told Itamar I needed the place to be about chopping vegetables, roasting meats and grilling fish. But when we saw 25a Warren Street in London W1, with its beautiful big front window, I knew that cakes would have to be a part of what we were going to do.

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The new healthy - what's hot for healthy appetites

By Victoria Prever, August 6, 2015

Health food is no longer just for hemp-knitting hippies. Raw, organic, cold-pressed and gluten-free are all now buzz words. Food and drink in those categories are flying off the shelves.

Several young entrepreneurs have spotted the trend and jumped on to the wave before it peaks.

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Where to find Israel's top tables this year

By Victoria Prever, July 31, 2015

Israel used to be the last place you would choose for a gourmet break. Now it's a nosh fest.

With most holidays only a week or two away, you'll want to plan your dining schedule before you hit the departure lounge. So JC Food has quizzed the foodiest Israelis we know on what's hot in the land of mahallabi and pomegranate molasses.

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Why Israeli spice tastes twice as nice

By Anthea Gerrie, July 21, 2015

Avi Zitherspieler has created an international brand from the most unlikely sources. In the past decade, his brand, Spicy Way, has become a household name in Israel and has an overseas presence.

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How I became an artisan grocer

By Victoria Prever, July 10, 2015

Have you ever moaned about supermarkets pushing out smaller operators, and how all the interesting grocers have pretty well disappeared?

If you have, then how many of us have done anything about it?

North-west Londoner David Josephs, co-owner of four greengrocery/grocery stores has, and is determined to promote quality produce from artisan producers.

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Spice up your life! How new ingredients have changed our kitchen cupboards

By Victoria Prever, June 17, 2015

Parsley, pepper and perhaps dill or garlic were probably the only spices our Ashkenazi grandparents would have had in their larders alongside the salt cellar.

But recently, spice sections in supermarkets have become an explosion of new flavours and names.

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Gefiltefest 2015: Make it a nosh fest

By Victoria Prever, June 13, 2015

This year's Gefiltefest promises to be the best yet for hungry foodies. Pick the right demonstrations and you'll eat your way from Norway to the Nile.

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I need to feed a Zest for success

By Victoria Prever, June 11, 2015

Scroll to the end of this article for details on how to win a bespoke meal cooked for you by Eran Tibi

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Flavour of the month: now fast-food is healthy, tasty and Middle Eastern

By Victoria Prever, June 4, 2015

Food in a hurry need no longer be fast food - just one more thing we have to thank Israel's travelling chefs for.

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Vive la cuisine française!

By Anthea Gerrie, May 28, 2015

From Manhattan to rural Provence where she is "chief tasting officer" at one of France's top ice-cream parlours, life has taken some interesting turns for bestselling author Elizabeth Bard.

Bard grew up in New York with family Seders packing 35 round the table, but found things very different in France.

"I went from a society where I was surrounded by Jewishness to one where religion is so p

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