A quick and easy, healthy and reasonably priced recipe for a scrumptious thin base pizza introduced with her flair for humor by Lisa Brink.

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A super speedy pizza
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 170
 

Report on the successful Shavuot cookery demonstration held by Gil Marks for ESRA with the added bonus of an easy recipe for pancakes included

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Top Marks to Gil for cookery demo
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 170
 

Lisa's mouth-watering recipe for chewy peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies

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Peanut Butter & Choc Chip Cookies
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 169
 

David Rhodes discusses boutique wineries in Israel and particularly the first and foremost: The Margalit Winery

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Quality over quantity: The secret of boutique wineries
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 169
 

Lisa feels lucky to be living in Israel where she can interact with people from all over the world and have a rich and varied lifestyle. This issue’s recipe for aromatic chicken curry uses a variety of herbs including fresh fennel seeds and coriander leaves.

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A Fusion of Flavors - Aromatic Chicken Curry
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 168
 

We are introduced to the Mony Winery, owned by the Christian Arab Artul family and their impressive production of wines including two delightful new vintages named Samson and Delilah launched recently

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2009 Mony Delilah seduced the wine writers
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 168
 

A wine tasting evening in Rehovot with Professor Mike Fainzibilber who gave a learned and colorful discourse on the mysteries of wine making and the problems encountered in wine making in Israel.

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An Intoxicating Evening
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 168
 

Ever need a quick appetizer to serve your guests? This ‘Tried and Tested (Countless times over) Triple Layer Cheese Dip only uses four ingredients and is a must.

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Triple Layer Cheese Dip
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 167
 

How good could wine be from a well-respected Golan Heights winery if only sold for NIS 19 at IKEA? Skeptically, a sommelier and wine educator bought some and was prepared for a less than stellar experience. He was pleasantly surprised.

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Best value wine in Israel?
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 167
 

Sommelier and wine educator, David Rhodes explains how more modern equipment and growing grapes in high altitude have improved the quality of Israel’s wines. Excellent grapes are grown in the Golan, the Galilee, the Negev, the Judean Hills.

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Hitting new heights: Israel’s climb towards quality
Category: Food/Wine
Issue No. 166
 
 
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