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Science Brings Good Old Flavor Back to Tomatoes

3 Adar 5777 – March 1, 2017
Israeli researchers join international team mapping tomatoes’ chemistry and genetics to reintroduce taste traits lost over 50 years of breeding.

Chassidic Tu B’Shvat Sederim [photo]

15 Shevat 5777 – February 10, 2017
A selection of Tu B'Shvat photos from various Chassidic dynasties in Israel

Yes We Have Sweet, Edible, Seedless Pomegranates, Just in Time for...

22 Elul 5776 – September 24, 2016
Zamiri and his sons have invented the Wine pomegranate which is seedless, fire-engine red and sweet beyond belief.

Sharing The Fruit

20 Elul 5776 – September 22, 2016
The visitor does not hand over his basket of First Fruits; he first shares it with the Temple representative. This is not a ceremony of give and take but of sharing.

Israel’s Strategy Shift Bears Fruit

26 Tammuz 5776 – August 1, 2016
Guinea resuming ties with Israel almost half a century after severing them is a nontrivial piece of good news. It proves Israel's shift in foreign policy is bearing fruit.

Chassidic Tu B’Shvat Sederim [photo]

16 Shevat 5776 – January 25, 2016
A selection of Tu B'Shvat photos from various Chassidic dynasties in Israel

Get to Grips with Fruit Flavors in Wine on Tu B’Shvat

12 Shevat 5776 – January 22, 2016
Fruit flavors as described in wine actually only refer to the scents that are identified as we smell the wine...

Condé Nast Designates Tel Aviv Home of Best Vegetarian Food

8 Kislev 5776 – November 19, 2015
It is astonished by all the gastronomic influences: Russian, Polish, Arabic, Moroccan, Bulgarian, Iraqi, which “can coax a world of flavors out of the most humble potato.”

Jordan Valley Cloned Bananas and BDS

6 Adar I 5774 – February 6, 2014
The Ginosar Agro team says they come from a deep understanding of the challenges banana growers are facing worldwide. You may not know this,...

Chinese Lanterns In The Sukkah

3 Kislev 5773 – November 16, 2012
A Hong Kong symphony of sounds fills the air as local laborers shout across the shul courtyard in Cantonese while tossing bamboo in a pile for the sukkah: Filipino maids chatter in Tagalog hovering over the children in their charge, the radio of the Nepalese gurkhas, the Synagogue security, crackles and jackhammers provide the background music. The thick air and humidity within the walls of the partially constructed bamboo sukkah sharply contrasts with the crisp fall air of Sukkot in the northeastern corridor of the United States, where the sukkahs of my childhood were laden with dried fruit and autumn color. Dozens of colorful miniature Chinese paper lanterns dangle from the sukkah and here replace the burnt orange and golden gourds of autumn.

Many Gazans Less Than Peachy About Fruit Import Ban

9 Tishri 5773 – September 25, 2012
With the exception of bananas and apples, fruit will no longer be brought from Israel to Gaza is, according to the Agriculture Ministry on Monday.

Be Happy, Now!

24 Elul 5772 – September 11, 2012
Rabbi Kook explains that this misplacing of priorities between the means and the goal stems from the sin of the earth during the days of Creation. By understanding the depth of this teaching, we can learn to be happy, not only when we finally attain our goals and ideals, but also at every moment of our lives.

Healthy Family-Friendly Meals

21 Elul 5772 – September 7, 2012
How often does your family ask you: “What’s for dinner?” Here are some great ideas for traditional family favorites simply with a healthy makeover. Instead of being a short-order cook, follow these guidelines to help you prepare nutritious, delicious dinners everyone will enjoy.

Back To School Healthy Recipe Ideas

Kids are going back to school, and that means getting them up earlier and trying to get them to eat breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Research has shown that children who regularly eat breakfast have better test scores, better behavior and are less hyperactive than children who skip breakfast.

Israel: A Peacetime War or a Wartime Peace

23 Tammuz 5772 – July 12, 2012
Jabotinsky once warned that it came down to ending the exile or the exile will end you. The ashes prove the truth of his words. Now Israel has another choice, either it will end the peace process or the process will end it.

Will Obama Destroy Socialism?

21 Tammuz 5772 – July 10, 2012
Obama responded to an economic crisis by working to create two kinds of jobs. Government and union jobs. This was not about anything as simple as rewarding his supporters. The Black community got very little in exchange for supporting him. The Hispanic community similarly ended up with some token appointments, but not much to show for it. This was about shifting jobs from the private sector into the public sector and its feeders.

The Sin of the Spies – Perspective

26 Sivan 5772 – June 15, 2012
The message of the Biblical account of the Spies has tremendous relevance today, here in the modern State of Israel. With a nuclear threat from Iran, enemy states on its borders, the ever-constant fear of terrorism, and pressure from the International Community, Israel is not without its challenges. But it’s also the ‘Start Up Nation,’ with a healthy, growing economy when most of the world’s economies are failing.

Fearing Holiness as Pesach Approaches

21 Adar 5772 – March 15, 2012
I believe we need to get back to the basics. Holiness is something we should embrace rather than stray from, and thus we should "look" for more opportunities to become holy rather then stay "safely" away from it. True, with every act of holiness comes restrictions and I can already feel the backache of cleaning the pantry from Chametz. But shall this hardship turn Pesach into the Holiday of misfortune rather than happiness?

Israeli Rabbinate Warns against Tu B’Shvat Figs

14 Shevat 5772 – February 7, 2012
The Kashrut Dept. of the Israeli Chief Rabbinate published a warning on the eve of Tu B’Shvat, cautioning against eating some of the holiday’s traditional fruits. Figs are at the top of the list, because of concern regarding insects and worms which "hide inside the fruit’s flesh and are difficult to detect."

Reaping The Fruits Of His Labor

25 Tevet 5772 – January 19, 2012
Reb Pinchos, born in Romania, moved shortly after birth with his parents to Vienna. As a teenager, he learned in another city and took his Gemara with him. Pinchos remembered how his rebbe always liked to teach from his Gemara.

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