The Many Metamorphoses of the Israeli Pashtida
From the Middle Ages to the era of search engines, we delved into the collections of Asif’s culinary library to learn about the history of pashtida — and discover why it’s an Israeli favorite.
For Palestinian Construction Workers in Israel, Lunch Is a Sign of Exile and a Taste of Home
Pita, fresh vegetables, and tins of food with Arabic writing are much more than a daily balanced lunch.
Chefs at Asif
Food Is a Cultural Bridge
Chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Ruthie Russo, and Elazar Tamano discussed racism in the kitchen, what it’s like to introduce an audience to a cuisine that’s new to them, and more.
Between Traditions and Innovation: It’s Time for Israel to Play an Important Role in Global Gastronomy
We sent chefs Raz Rahav, Shiral Berger, and Shalom Albert to the Big Meet, an international foodtech conference in Sweden. Watch their fascinating panel.