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Israeli restaurant Zahav named best in US by James Beard Awards

A modern Israeli restaurant that brings the authentic flavors of Israel’s cultural heritage to Philadelphia.

Israeli restaurant Zahav named best in US by James Beard Awards

Jewish groups fighting against opioid epidemic

Over 20 Orthodox Jews died from overdoses since Rosh Hashana - showing no community is immune, and mobilizing groups to fight the scourge.

Jewish groups putting up a fight against growing opioid epidemic

It's Yelp for sheitels: first-ever wig review site

ShayTell may be the first-ever online customer review site for wigs. It’s certainly the most cleverly named.

It's Yelp for sheitels - the first-ever wig review site

The 7 best kosher food trucks in the US

Kosher options can be hard to find - but here are some delicious venues for a standout outdoor summer lunch.

The 7 best kosher food trucks in the US

Celebrate Lag Ba’omer safely

Building a fire, watching a fire, extinguishing a fire. Do you know what to do?

Celebrate Lag Ba’omer safely

That time I got guilted into making challah

How a son got his busy mom to start baking challah - and how it became a spiritual experience.

That time I got guilted into making challah by my son

Is your post-Passover bread really kosher?

To avoid eating chametz owned by Jews over Pesach, Rabbi Karelitz publishes fresh product code: 6122

Is your post-Passover bread really kosher?

Preparing a delicious Pesach

Naomi Nachman discusses the menu for Pesach and gives you advice about great wines.

Preparing a delicious Pesach

Making Grandma’s charoset

Edgar Bonfman: How some apples, walnuts and good port wine brought back grandmother's recipe and made me love the holiday.

Making Grandma’s charoset (or how I learned to love Passover)

Smart cleaner: How to survive Passover

Magen David Adom issues the full guide for safety whilst cleaning and preparing for Passover.

Smart cleaner: How to survive Passover

For many, Israel is a geopolitical tourist hotspot

Some travelers to the Jewish state enjoy more than just the scenery - they are making a statement to the world and to history.

For many, Israel is a geopolitical tourist destination

Randi Zuckerberg's business advice: Keep Shabbat

Facebook spokesperson and marketing director Randi Zuckerberg credits Shabbat, other Jewish concepts, for business success.

Randi Zuckerberg's business advice: Keep Shabbat

British Jewish chef sends English food into space

Not quite kosher: Heston Blumenthal spent two years testing dishes in 'zero gravity' for British astronaut - including bacon sandwiches.

Michelin-starred UK Jewish chef sends English food into space

Israeli innovation could detect cancer

Groundbreaking new blood test, still in experimental phase, could save countless lives by detecting a variety of deadly diseases early on.

Israeli innovation could detect cancer, multiple sclerosis

Tasting the delicious wines of ancient Bet El

Samaria's ancient wine industry is flourishing once again - including in Bet El, site of Jacob's dream.

Tasting the delicious wines of ancient Bet El

What makes a luxury hotel?

It's all about attention to detail, according to the Waldorf Astoria, which is setting new standards of luxury tourism in Israel.

What makes a luxury hotel?

Israel 'pretty protected' from Zika infection

Arutz Sheva speaks with Dr. Hagai Levine about Zika epidemic; he says virus stresses importance of investing in public health.

Israel 'pretty protected' from Zika infectionplayer

Dried fruits on Tu B'Shevat? 'Fruit of the exile'

Fresh fruit are a much healthier option and embody the true spirit of the holiday, Israeli CEO says.

Dried fruits on Tu B'Shevat are 'fruit of the exile'

Can't remember to drink? Try smart bottle-caps

Watch: Arutz Sheva meets with co-founder of Water.IO - a combined water bottle-smartphone app which alerts users when they need to drink.

Trouble remembering to drink? Try smart bottle-capsplayer

Is our antibiotics addiction killing us?

By taking unnecessary antibiotics and eating food filled with it, humanity is writing its own death warrant, claims recent report.

Is our antibiotics addiction killing us?

Some healthy alternatives for Hannukah

Susie Fishbein discusses some cooking tips and tricks to keep everyone happy while eating healthy on the holiday.

How to have a healthy as well as happy Hannukah

Could too many medical tests harm your health?

'More medical tests and more antibiotics aren’t always better and sometimes, they can even cause harm,' medical expert says.

Could too many medical tests be bad for your health?

Should American Jews celebrate Thanksgiving?

Susie Fishbein, bestselling author of 'Kosher By Design' cookbooks, discusses Thanksgiving from a Jewish perspective.

Should American Jews celebrate Thanksgiving?

Make a 'change for Israel' - by cooking Israeli

Frustrated at the media's biased coverage of Israel? Here's a small but creative way you can make a positive change.

Make a 'change for Israel' - by cooking Israeli

Eat Meat 'Til You Drop

For all you carnivores out there, pilgrimages to Jerusalem just got a whole lot better...

Eat Meat 'Til You Drop

It's Competition Time!

Win the mouthwatering new cookbook, "Something Sweet" in time for the Chagim!

Win Some Delicious Inspiration for the Festive Season!

Chestnuts and Belgian Waffles

One of Israel's best-known restaurant chains, Cafe Cafe, has a new menu. We went to check it out for this week's restaurant review.

Chestnuts and Belgian Waffles

In Samaria, A Quaint Cafe You Just Have to Visit

Off the beaten track for this week's restaurant review, with delicious home-cooked pastries - and a special offer for Arutz Sheva readers!

Tucked Inside Ariel, a Quaint Cafe You Just Have to Visit

Lehem Basar - Meat and Eat

Located in Jerusalem's charming Old Train Station - and with a quirky feature that'll keep the kids, and you, entertained.

Lehem Basar - Meat and Eat