Feasting and fasting.
The forgotten history of the sufganiyah.
“The only Israeli food that they eat is the blood of the Palestinian people.”
An even greater threat came from the mechanical bagel roller.
How to fake a pork chop.
The old roots of a recent Jewish fad.
Two moments of Italian Jewish distinctiveness.
Sunday—potatoes, Monday—potatoes . . .
The daily stew.
How honey became part of Jewish culture.
Probably by 300 BCE.
Jerusalem’s teeming outdoor market, not long ago in terminal decay, has been turned into a vibrant meeting place of peoples, religions, cultures—and foods.