Food corner: traditional festival recipes, popular Israeli food and fun facts.
The Easter European (Ashkenazi) kitchen and the Middle Eastern and North African (Sephardi) kitchens offer a taste sensation that ranges from sweet to savory, spicy and sometimes even a little bland. Some festival foods have no borders and they are eaten by all Jews around the world. Here are some of out favorites.
Rosh Hashanah Recipes
- We mark the festival of Tu B’Shevat with a special Seder meal. We eat fruits particularly those mentioned in the Torah; grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives and dates
- Recipes for special moments around the family barbecue
- How to tell when your steak is ready and has been cooked to perfection
- Traditionally dairy foods are eaten on Shavuot; soups, dips, pasta, quiche, cheesecakes and blintzes
- Popular varieties of local Israeli cheeses
- Cheese cake recipes
- Famous chefs
- Super soups
- Delicious dessert
Others you may like
- Hummous, felafel and pita – some of Israel’s staple foods.
- Is there a national food? Some popular foods and drink.
- Herbs and spices of the Israeli and Mediterranean kitchen.
- Know local beef cuts
- Fabulous fish
- Perfect couscous
- Shakshuka – the Israeli way
End your meal with black coffee – ‘Botz’, ‘Kafe Shachor’, ‘Kafe Turki’, with or without cardamom – brewed coffee