It’s the end of summer 2014. Rosh Hashanah is approaching, and with it the finale of the seven-year shmita cycle, a time when agricultural land lies fallow in Israel, perennials are harvested, and debts are forgiven.
- November 20, 2015 For Chanukah, breakfast latkes two ways
- November 11, 2015 Hebron – the city of the patriarchs – has become the cradle of occupation
- November 11, 2015 Hebron and the potential for Israeli-Arab coexistence
- November 9, 2015 Kislev: Rainbows, oil and salt
- October 14, 2015 Recipe: Chopped liver with wine aspic