Efrat Kaufmann was inspired to make limoncello by the lemons growing at her parents’ house. Today you can taste a wide range of her artisanal fruit liqueurs in specialty shops across Tel Aviv.
In the middle of Tel Aviv’s narrow, noisy Levinsky spice market, Beni Briga serves refreshing flavored soda known by the Hebrew term ‘Gazoz.’
Host Daniella Cheslow speaks to Ran Antebi, a ‘fruitarian’ who subsists almost entirely on fruit and vegetables.
Ora Koren of The Marker explains why supermarkets in Gaza, Jordan, Europe and Canada have been declining Israeli mangoes, while Russia has been snapping up Israeli plums and apples.
After the summer conflict in Gaza, Israeli-American peace activist Gershon Baskin is scraping together funding to send the 5,000 tons of surplus Israeli potatoes to Gaza.
Charlie Fadida, executive chef of the Tel Aviv Sheraton’s Olive Leaf restaurant, tells host Daniella Cheslow about this week’s Nashi festival.
Have the sirens got you feeling stressed? Cookbook author Phyllis Glazer gives us some ideas for comfort food.
Host Daniella Cheslow is joined by Itay Gleitman, who explains the many connections between war and wine.
Saado Zeinab tells us what its like to hold an Israeli passport and worry about family in the Gaza strip.
Host Daniella Cheslow checks in with the owner of one of nation’s best hummus restaurants.