In her new blog, Vered Guttman touts the glory of freekeh, a grain relatively new in the U.S., but an ancient staple used throughout the Middle East. Are you into quinoa? That’s sooo 2011! Let me introduce you to the hip grain of 2012 – the freekeh. This smoked green wheat that comes from the […]
In just four and half minutes, a mini-car is filled with fifteen people at Rishon Lezion’s Zahav mall. Israel on Thursday broke a national record of fitting the most amount of people in a mini-car, cramming 15 people into one mini in just four and a half minutes. The record-breaking event took place in Rishon […]
Ran Danker joins Josh Hamilton and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio on the set of FALL, which is in post-production!
The bar scene at Mizlala Nahalat Binyamin Street, which crosses lower Rothschild Boulevard — Tel Aviv’s chief axis of white Bauhaus beauties — is emerging as the microhood of the moment. By day this thin strip is all garment-district shuffle and cheeky graffiti art, but at night the street takes on a moody but electric […]
His talent and Hebrew rendition of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ is amazing… Not every day you meet an 11yo with such mature voices
Phil Vickery, one of Britain’s best-loved chefs, has just returned from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem where he discovered what the locals really eat for ITV1’s This Morning show. The seasoned cook tells Kari Rosenberg what viewers can expect when his Israeli adventure airs next week… JN: What do you most admire about Israeli food? PV: […]