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Israeli Cuisine Is Complex, Contentious, and on the Rise in New York
“When you talk about Israeli food, so much of it is actually Palestinian.”
Burger King Celebrates Hannukah With the ‘Miracle’ of a Whopper Doughnut Burger
The chain admits this was “inevitable.”
World One Step Closer to the Brink As Coke Introduces ‘Selfie Bottle’
Who actually wants this?
Jewish Leader Accuses Michelin of Being Anti-Semitic
Critics call out the company for not having a guide to Israel.
Israel Brazenly Renames Heinz Ketchup ‘Tomato Seasoning’
The country’s Health Ministry says it doesn’t have enough tomato paste to qualify.
McBirthright: The Pilgrimage Orthodox Jews Take to Finally Eat Their Very First
“It’s a watershed moment in a kosher-eating person’s life.”
Enabling Restaurant Has Plates Specifically Designed to Make Food Look Better on
One even has a built-in stand for the phone.
We All Scream
Ben & Jerry’s Introduces Passover Ice Cream — But It’s Only in
The Charoset flavor is made with vanilla ice cream and dried-fruit compote.
The Chain Gang
Starbucks Reiterates That It Does Not Provide Financial Support to Israel
The coffee giant says its “absolutely untrue” that CEO Howard Schultz gives Israel any of its profits.
Israel’s Burgerim Brings Mini-Burgers To W. Hollywood
The tiny kosher sandwiches, available in lamb, beef, and ahi, have a span of just three inches.
Israel and Australia Are Over Junk Food
Labels and taxes on the way.
Food Network Sued Over
Private Chefs of Beverly Hills
A company named Private Chefs Inc. claims they pitched the show years ago, while a massive search is underway for Downtown broker Ed Rosenthal.
Paula Deen Mulls
Role; Fatburger Coming to Beijing
A television cook could be a television judge and California’s number-two burger chain goes East.
Michelle Obama To Appear on
; Coke Comes Back to Costco
goes Presidential and Costco settles a pricing dispute with Coke.
Dems and Republicans Are Antagonistic About Arugula; Lebanon and Israel Fight
Food has never been so politicized.