chocolate

Foodie Tourism Just Got Sweeter

A gold medal-winning Tel Aviv chocolatier, quality craft beer and gourmet takeout, all in or near Tel Aviv.

Contributing Editor
06/16/2015 - 20:00

It’s easy to walk straight past Ika Chocolate without realizing what you’re missing. After all, it’s a small shop in an unassuming Tel Aviv neighborhood, on a street where the smell of a hummus factory dominates. 

The innovative chocolatier Ika Cohen in her Tel Aviv shop, Ika Chocolate. Courtesy of Ika Chocolate

Manischewitz-Glazed Matzah Truffles

You'll love matzah more when it's rolled into sea salt-sprinkled truffles.

03/26/2015 - 20:00
Jewish Week Online Columnist

This is the second installment of our new series "The Remix" in which we seek to gently tweak the more challenging dishes in the Jewish culinary cannon. With a little bit of love, we’re convinced we can make even these dishes delicious, even the ones that seem bizarre to the modern palate.

Amy Kritzer/JW

Try A Moses That Melts In Your Mouth

These chocolates are a truly religious experience.

02/08/2015 - 19:00
Blueprint Editor

We always suspected eating chocolate to be a religious experience. Now it is just official.

On right, via bondstreetchocolate.com; Wikimedia

A Sweet, Ethically-Sourced Passover

Kosher chocolate goes fair trade in a partnership between T'ruah and Fair Trade Judaica.

03/06/2014 - 19:00
Food and Wine Editor

Courtesy of Fair Trade Judaica

Kosher S'mores Indoors

A pro roaster won't settle for anything less than perfection.

07/29/2013 - 20:00
Food & Wine Editor

S’mores, in my snobby opinion, are a delicacy. You can’t simply put marshmallows and chocolate over a graham cracker, stick them in the microwave or toaster oven, and call them s’mores.

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Missouri’s Kosher Chocolatier

A Christian chocolate-maker honors his Jewish roots.

07/29/2013 - 20:00
Food & Wine Editor

At a glance, that Askinosie chocolate bar sitting on the shelf at Eli’s Manhattan looks a lot like all the other organic, small-batch foodstuffs so in vogue these days. But the Askinosie product has a far richer backstory than your average pricey, artisanal sweet — starting with the heksher.

Shawn Askinosie runs a school lunch program for a school in Kyela, Tanzania. Photo courtesy Shawn Askinosie

Earth Day Treats

Bring back childhood with cup o' dirt and ants on a log.
04/21/2013 - 20:00
Food & Wine Editor

Today is Earth Day, the annual celebration and honoring of the environment, when we examine the ways in which mankind could help our planet for future generations. As a kid, Earth Day was also about delicious snacks. My favorite ones, which I still eat occasionally, are cup o' dirt (sometimes known as mud pie without the crust) and ants on a log.

Celebrate earth day with ants on a log! Fotolia
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