This is an intimate invitation into the life of a family and their inspiring home in Yodfat.
Anna Kopito, the founder of Telavivian Magazine , has shown us her Tel Aviv. She picked places with different styles, because, in her opinion, there’s no one way to define Tel Aviv and that’s what defines Tel Aviv.
With the equanimity of a Buddhist monk and an endearing humility Yasser Gadir shares the stories of his people - the Hijerat Bedouin tribe - their origins, life and culture.
The ultimate travel guide to Mitzpe Ramon by Christine Aya.
If you are visiting Israel, and planning to spend some time in the desert, make sure Mitzpe Ramon is on your list.
Israel's diverse nature, people and geography, condensed to a relatively small area, make it such a fascinating destination. Although a rare treat in a mostly hot climate, sometimes it gets cold enough for snow, especially in the North. Hermon mountain's snowy cap can be spotted from afar. It is the highest peak in Israel .
We went out to explore the old city of Akko. We walked the winding, narrow streets and climbed innumerous, steep steps to bring you our favorite accommodation options inside the ancient city walls of Akko. Staying in the old city is a very special experience particularly suited for people who prefer unconventional, slow travelling that allows to immerse in the local culture and get to know the local people.
My oldest daughter is a big lover of peppers, so I started making this spread especially for her. It was quite a success from the start, but lately has become even better with the addition of smoked paprika that adds a hint of a smoky-fiery flavor.
From Michal’s garden to the plate. Invite your kids to the kitchen and make this easy and nutritious meal together.
I chop the mallow leaves, season and make mallow patties. I put them in a small Pyrex box adorned with flowers that used to be my grandmother’s; half for me and half for a patient of mine, who has lately exhausted her strength. I get in the car and head straight towards the winding road leading to the kibbutz.