In the documentary “In Search of Israeli Cuisine,” restaurateur and chef Michael Solomonov travels from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem looking for what makes Israeli cooking unique. That’s not easy, even in a New Jersey-size nation less than a century old — and one that has only begun to get into foodie culture during the last 30 or so years.
So much time has been spent analyzing Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment’s recent attempts to make live-action movies with their iconic library of superheroes that it can be easy to forget the connected, straight-to-DVD, animated universe they have built over the years. It should come as no surprise that this multi-movie animated world is well-put together and full of intriguing, entertaining storylines: Warner Bros. animation is involved.
The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and National Geographic round out our top picks for this week. An entertaining topic, thorough research, and multimedia elements? This story has them all. With a look at some classic TV shows about life in the Big Apple, the Post utilizes detailed illustrations and real estate research to explain the realism of some of our favorite New York apartments.