Food

Jewish and Muslim owned ice-cream store flourishes in Israel

By Sandy Rashty, January 2, 2013

An ice cream shop that comes with a very sweet message has continued to grow since it was opened by its Jewish and Muslim business partners last year.

Young entrepreneurs Adam Ziv and Alaa Sawitat opened the homemade ice cream shop in Tarshiha market last July.

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How to eat well: Are these apps advisable?

By Ian Marber, December 6, 2012

Anyone with teenage children will know that smart phones require attention. So much so that they seem to have to be checked every five minutes.

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Shechita: the beginning of the end?

By Marcus Dysch, November 29, 2012

New fears have been raised over the future of shechita by a Polish court ruling that could lead to the banning of religious slaughter in that country and threaten kosher meat supplies in Europe and Israel.

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Golan Heights Winery wins prestigious award

By Zoe Winograd, November 14, 2012

The Golan Heights Winery in Katzrin has won a prestigious award from Wine Enthusiast’s Magazine - a first for an Israeli winery.

The winery was awarded the 2012 Wine Star in the New World Winery of the Year category and will be honoured at a ceremony in New York in January next year.

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Israeli chefs in London restaurant for reality tv

By Anshel Pfeffer, November 8, 2012

Six Israeli chefs will spend a month in one of London’s leading restaurants in an Israeli reality TV show next year.

The show will be an adaptation of LA LA Land, in which a group of Israeli singers live in Los Angeles and are given an opportunity to make it on the international stage.

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How to Make Latkes

By Jennifer Lipman, October 26, 2012

With the shocking news that Rakusen's is no longer making latkes, there's never been a better time to try and make your own. Here is a video to help you try.

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Kosher ration packs launched for troops

By Marcus Dysch, October 26, 2012

Sausage casserole, chicken curry and sticky toffee pudding are part of a new range of kosher ration packs launched for Jews serving in the British armed forces.

The kosher menu has been produced by the Ministry of Defence in conjunction with the Jewish Armed Forces Committee and brings provisions in line with the regular fare on offer.

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Lament for the lost latkes

By Marcus Dysch, October 25, 2012

Latke lovers are in crisis after food company Rakusen’s shelved Britain’s most popular kosher frozen potato products.

Fans of the treat have said that Chanucah will never be the same after Rakusen’s ended production of its Mister Rak’s range.

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On the Knesset menu: dead cat soup

By Sahar Zivan, October 18, 2012

The announcement of an early election in the past week by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu brings to an end the 18th Knesset, the longest serving parliament in the past two decades.

A report in Ma’ariv has revealed some of the more stomach-turning goings-on during the four-year session.

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How to eat well: Is fasting the key to a longer life?

By Ian Marber, October 11, 2012

Trends in nutrition and dieting come and go as quickly as those in fashion, and thanks to tweets and messages I receive online, I can get a clear idea of what people are talking about, and what’s coming soon in the world of nutrition (Twitter affords me the equivalent of a front-row seat at a Burberry show).

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