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Shakshuka: Josh Katz borrowed the recipe from Israeli backpackers
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Camden's cool for Katz

A young chef is wowing north London diners with an Israeli speciality

Anthea Gerrie

Friday, January 7, 2011

Camden's cool for Katz
  • Bread pudding in its different forms is popular in a variety of cultures
    Food

    A feast from the yeast

    From humble beginnings, bread pudding has become a versatile favourite.

    Bernard Josephs

    Monday, December 20, 2010

    A feast from the yeast
  • Our team of testers assembled in north London for a blind tasting of bread from seven bakeries
    Food

    Challah put to the test

    Want to know where to find the tastiest loaf this Shabbat? Read on…

    Anonymous

    Friday, December 10, 2010

    Challah put to the test
  • Carp is not only cheap and sustainable, but delicious too
    Food

    How to play the carp

    This fish may go back a long way in our history but how on earth do you cook it?

    Denise Phillips

    Tuesday, November 16, 2010

    How to play the carp
  • Israelis tend to favour white, soft cheeses - they bought a massive 77,000 tonnes last year
    Food

    The cream of cheeses

    When sampling Israeli cheeses, aim for white rather than yellow

    Nathan Jeffay

    Thursday, October 28, 2010

    The cream of cheeses
  • Denise Phillips in her new kitchen
    Food

    Take the heat out of fitting your kitchen

    Installing a new kosher kitchen can be a challenge, but as long as you follow these guidelines you won’t go wrong

    Denise Phillips

    Thursday, October 7, 2010

    Take the heat out of fitting your kitchen
  • Food

    Things we really dig

    Appreciate the autumn harvest by tucking into seasonal produce

    Ruth Joseph

    Tuesday, September 28, 2010

    Things we really dig
  • Honey and fruit sugar made from oranges work well when baking
    Food

    A sugar-free new year

    Honey is nature's perfect alternative to sugar.

    Tracey Fine And Georgie Tarn

    Tuesday, September 7, 2010

    A sugar-free new year
  • The Jewish link to apples goes back to biblical times when King Solomon praised it in the ‘Song of Songs’
    Food

    As Israeli as apple pie

    So many apples are produced in Israel that some are exported to Syria

    Bernard Josephs

    Thursday, September 2, 2010

    As Israeli as apple pie
  • Denise Phillips picked up some unusual spices in Tel Aviv farmers’ market
    Food

    My spicy souvenirs

    Holidays are an ideal time to try different dishes and search out new ingredients

    Denise Phillips

    Thursday, August 26, 2010

    My spicy souvenirs