The Seder super bowl
We traditionally celebrate Tu B’shvat around the dinner table. So why is this night different from others?
Is soya the food it’s cracked up to be?
A tale of preservation
Cuts you will enjoy
Why Israel is a latke-free zone
The joy of baking
Fruit diet cured my husband of cancer
Keeping it kosher far from home
Chestnuts are a delicious and versatile winter ingredient, whether over an open fire or in a stew
The day the Hairy Bikers sampled my kuchen
Ruth Joseph meets the genial, bearded TV chefs.
January is the time to veg out
Not much about winter fruit is mentioned in the Bible, except of course for that apocalyptic apple.
How to make canapés that won't bite back
Entertaining the canapé way is sociable and definitely less challenging on the host/hostess.
Israelis have succumbed to the dominance of the Chanukah doughnut
Thursday, December 17, 2009
How to conquer your fear of frying
There is no need to be frightened of your frying pan over Chanucah as long as you take precautions and cook sensibly
Love at ﬁrst bite
Chef, food writer and cookery-class matchmaker, Denise Phillips thinks she has the recipe for love
Cauliflower: the tasty way to prevent cancer
It may have an image problem, but caulilfower has life-giving properties
What is your child eating for lunch?
Following the Jamie revolution, we assess secondary school dinners
Is salt really dangerous?
Kiddush staples contain high proportions of salt which, as we know, is bad news for hearts. Or is it?
Tunisian dishes tend to take a long time to cook, but they are worth the wait
Slow food? We've been cooking it for centuries
The tradition of making casseroles goes all the way back to Jacob and Esau.
The future's orange
It’s that pumpkin time of year again. But there is no need to make a face.
The ﬁsh that's not ﬁshy
Black cod isn’t really cod - it’s sablefish, and its mild flavour is making it a popular dish at simchahs
Packed lunch gets taste-lift
Your child’s lunches don’t have to be boring. We suggests some easy and nutritious alternatives to sandwiches.
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