The "Black Wedding" in the Mt. of Olives CemeteryThe Jews of Jerusalem try to intercede with G-d to prevent a cholera epidemic.
Lehem Basar - Meat and EatLocated in Jerusalem's charming Old Train Station - and with a quirky feature that'll keep the kids, and you, entertained.
Teriyaki-Style ChickenAuthentic ingredients (no ketchup allowed!) make this one tasty meal.
Go Iraqi: Kubbeh ShwandarThis sweet and sour dish is a little more adventurous - but well worth the effort!
Lamb Meatballs & Potato BakeThis Turkish-inspired recipe makes for one seriously hearty meal!
Barbecue Sea Bass with Garlic and RosemaryThis simple yet tasty dish can be cooked on a barbecue or in a very hot oven.
Mystery Picture: A Fountain Found and a Windmill DisappearsOne would think the Turks had Photoshop from comparing the pictures in this article.
Get Your Barbecue Out! Salmon En PapilloteSalmon in parchment? You'd better believe it.
Chicken in Cashew Nut SauceCurry doesn't have to be hot and fiery - this one is rich and delicate, with just a hint of spiciness.
Creamy Pea SoupA delicious, creamy alternative to chicken soup - goes well with lokshen and knaidlach too!
From Naples to Your Table: Pasta PuttanescaTangy and o-so simple - great for supper after a busy day at work!
Coca Cola BrisketThis recipe couldn't be simpler - and makes for a seriously good meal!
Grilled Boneless Chicken Breast/ThighsSomething tasty for a warm summer's day; good with pita, salad and dips.
Baked Salmon on a Bed of VegetablesSucculent, delicate and tangy - a truly wholesome, tasty dish.
Crispy and Delicious, Without Frying: Roast Potato WedgesA really easy, healthy and tasty recipe; goes with almost any meal.
Were Austrian or Australian Soldiers in Palestine in WWI?"Austrian" or "Australian," What's the Difference? Plenty If You Were a Soldier Fighting in Palestine in WWI!
No Frying Involved - Crispy Oven Baked ChickenEveryone loves crispy chicken, but frying isn't exactly the healthiest or tidiest option. Never fear - there is another way!
Make Good Use of Your Leftovers: Roasted Chicken RisottoInstead of serving 'leftovers', turn that left over roast chicken, or chicken soup, into something new - and delicious!
Something Simple, But Delicious: Easy Tomato SoupQuick and easy, and so so tasty.
Summer's Here - Time for Some Caramel Ice CreamIt tastes milky, but it isn't!
Ottoman Archives Posts More Rare Photos of the Holy LandNever published photos released from unique archive.
Ottoman Archives Posts More Rare Photos of the Holy LandNever released photos released from unique archive.
Melt in the Mouth: Rose CookiesYou won't be able to stop at just one of these moreish cookies!
Perfect for Shavuot: Fillet of Sole with Tomatoes and CurryIf you're looking for a tasty parev dish in between all that dairy, this will hit the spot.
Treat Yourself: Chocolate Coffee CookiesIn between the hectic Shavuot preparations, allow yourself some time out together with these delicious cookies.
Deliciously Simple Oven Sweet & Sour ChickenThis dish is easier than it looks - but just as tasty!
In Time for Shavuot: Half-Bake CheesecakeDeliciously light and fluffy - and best of all, easy to make! A Shavuot classic.
Ottoman Imperial Archives Releases Mystery Photo of JerusalemA massive collection is being digitized for posterity.
Unusual but Delectable: Apple Cake With Brown Sugar MeringueCrisp and airy, sweet and moist - all at the same time.
Tangy and Delicious: Sweet and Sour Tomato ChickenPerfect for a special occasion or a casual - and tasty - weekday meal.
Braised Liver with Mushrooms and PepperIf you're not usually a liver-eater, this is the recipe that will change that!
Warm and Toasty: Oven Baked Sesame ChickenQuick, healthy and filling - this one's a keeper.
Set Your Taste Buds on Fire: Strawberry Chili BBQ ChickenSounds crazy? Give it a try - you won't be disappointed!
The Merchants of Jerusalem: Are They Not Jews?Pictures taken by a German photographer in 1917.
Go Israeli - Try a Za'atar Chicken SaladSome delicious, healthy summer food to remind you of the Holy Land.
Easy As... One Two Three Cookies!These cookies will melt in your mouth - and they're as easy as one two three!
Mouth Wateringly Tangy: Cranberry Glazed SalmonSalmon is an excellent source of Vitamin B12, Vitamin D and Selenium.
Life and Death of a Jewish Courtyard in Jerusalem's Old CityEvacuated in 1948, but back to stay, with G-d's help.
For Your Cookout: Chocolate Covered BananasA tasty treat made on the grill.
Could Jewish Soldiers Celebrate Passover in Jerusalem in 1918?Read Col. Paterson's words to see that there is nothing new under the sun.
From Homemade to Store-bought: The Evolving Passover DietPrevious generations would be amazed at the variety of foods that can be obtained and are stringently Kosher for Passover.
WW100 - The Ottoman-German Attack on the Suez Canal -- 1915WWI battles in the Middle East preserved in photos by the armies of the waning Ottoman Empire.
Jordan River Waters Shipped to the United States in 1906Fascinating photos,including one of Jewish girls welcoming the Turkish Sultan, from the Ottoman Imperial Archives.
Jerusalem SaladSurprise your friends with this "Yerushalmi" salad instead of cakes and cookies.
World War I in the Holy Land.Kiwi Soldiers Describe their Encounter with Jews.
Theodore Roosevelt and Palestine -- "Bully for You!"The 26th US President supported a Jewish state in Palestine.
Blintzes the Easy WayWe realize it is a long way to Shavuot, known as the blintzes holiday, but these are really easy and kids love them.
The American Colony Founds a Photography Dep'tThe American Colony founders were not missionaries, but wished to live a simple life and help others.
Gluten Free LatkesFor those who cannot digest gluten or wish a tasty, different latke.
Oatmeal LatkesA healthier substitute for the potato variety, as Hanukkah approaches.
Lettuce Salad with Roasted PeppersIf you like salads, you will love this.
Centenary of WWI: Armies that Fought in the Holy LandJews in Palestine starved in WWI, but the Jewish soldiers from overseas rejoiced to see them.
Hidden in a 74-Year-Old Newsreel of Palestine - Exciting PhotosHidden were the foundations of what would be the State of Israel.
Stick-to-your-Ribs CholentWhen the rains start in Israel, the cholent pot appears, Leave in crock pot or on hotplate before candlelighting, enjoy at Shabbat lunch
Oatmeal Cocoa Chocolate Chip Cookies: Israeli versionCan Israelis teach Americans anything about oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies? Try this easy recipe and see.
The Hardships of Aliya in the 30'sIn the '30s it wasn't only living in Israel that was hard; just getting to the Holy Land was fraught with danger.
Lentil and Yam SoupIt's starting to get chilly at night in Israel, so this hits the spot.