By Viva Sarah Press, Israel21C Celebrate International Hummus Day with a plate of hummus and these Israeli hunks. May 13th is International Hummus Day and a group of Israeli university students is serving up a new way to celebrate this chickpea dip: with a side dish of hot guys. Read more at Israel21C.
Methuselah, the Judean Date Palm – links the past to the present through agriculture and archeology. One of the world’s most ancient species, it is being revived after 2,000 years at the Center for Sustainable Agriculture in Israel. :: Israel
By: Abigail Klein Leichman, Israel 21C Herbal tea infusions from Israel’s Galilee region are proving popular with discerning British tea-drinkers Throwback to 2011, when Israel 21C‘s Abigail Klein Leichman published an article about Israel’s infamous loose-leaf teas (infamous to tea enthusiasts). According to Abigail: “A British distributorship has introduced herbal tea infusions from the Galilee and […]
They’re known as ‘toast’ in Israel but more commonly called ‘grilled cheese’ by Americans and ‘toasties’ by the English… and they just got better This popular kiddie fare is growing up and reinventing itself with tasty and innovative adult versions. No one knows when the craze for grilled cheese took over the world, but it’s […]
By: Celeste Moure Vogue’s 9 reasons that you need to book a trip to Israel – you won’t regret it! Israel’s unique way of combining its strong historical heritage with it’s modern society is unforgettable. On the other hand, Tel Aviv is the country’s hot spot for tourists – with its glamorous nightlife, strong Israeli […]
Colel Chabad’s Eshel Card Will Allow Poverty-Stricken Families to Make Food Purchases with Dignity Colel Chabad, known to be the longest consecutively active charitable organization in Israel, is launching a new program for families who depend on the Food Bank for help – especially over the holidays. With Purim approaching, Colel Chabad has launched an Eshel Card […]