Hummus is arguably the food Israel is most well-known for. But, like pizza or barbeque in the U.S., there are regional differences in the way this popular food is made – and just as many opinions on the best place to find it. Watch as these Israelis share their passion for the chickpea spread that helped put Israeli food on the map.
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Women in the Holocaust are remembered in two new online exhibits hosted by Israel’s Holocaust museum.
Right now, Jewish families around the world are celebrating one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar: Purim! Our friends at Israel21c share where to find all the fun.
You probably expect that Israeli eateries will be serving up savory hummus or sweet rugelach, but you can also find the unexpected – cinnamon bun bakeries, British high tea, and more.
Discover the tastes of Israel in the new Netflix travel show hosted by Phil Rosenthal, creator of the American TV series “Everybody Loves Raymond.”