ColbertSabra Israeli hummus stars in Stephen Colbert’s Late Show debut

It was the most watched debut of the most watched show: Stephen Colbert stepped into David Letterman’s huge shoes on CBS’s Late Show with impressive success, and one of the stars of the programs was Israeli hummus. His rating – nearly seven million viewers – was double the number of viewers of his alleged biggest […]

September 11, 2015
Israeli_cuisine_greens-1168x657 New film set to reveal Israel’s biggest secret: its food

By Viva Sarah Press, Israel21C. ‘A food culture that no one in the world knows about’ – Roger Sherman, documentarian It might seem absurd that an American filmmaker, who until five years ago thought falafel and hummus were the only ingredients of Israeli cuisine, would introduce the world to the dynamic Israeli food and culture scene. […]

August 20, 2015
tel-aviv-foodie Business Insider​ names Tel Aviv one of 25 best cities for foodies worldwide

According to Business Insider, Tel Aviv one of the top foodie cities around the world. Here’s what the website had to say about our favourite foodie city: TEL AVIV, ISRAEL: In Tel Aviv, most eateries are farm-to-table with locally grown, fresh produce and vegetables. The city also hosts a cafe culture, where it’s not uncommon […]

August 7, 2015
CLLbeGtUwAA_54Z Jerusalem Beer Festival: August 26-27, 2015

The Jerusalem Beer Festival is a top annual event which takes place each August in Jerusalem at the Independence Park in the heart of Jerusalem. The 2015 Jerusalem Beer Festival will be the festival’s tenth year, and is set to feature over 50,000 liters of more than 150 beers from Israel and beyond – mainstream, boutique, and locally brewed. […]

August 6, 2015
Amy Rosen Israel Israel in 16 bites (and two sips)

By Amy Rosen, National Post How visitors to the Holy Land can best reap the tasty rewards of a country that’s been perfecting its menus for millennia: :: National Post

July 31, 2015
TuBav Ancient symbols of love for Israel’s Valentine’s Day: 3 recipes

By Vered Guttman, Haaretz Before there was chocolate, there were figs, pomegranates and dates. Recipes for professing love on Tu B’Av. Tu B’Av, which started as a national matchmaking day in the times of the second temple, has turned into a Valentine’s Day-style holiday in modern-day Israel, red satin hearts, chocolate and all. Back in […]

July 30, 2015