Pomegranates Inspire Plenty of Colorful Dishes

Matt Kirouac

They’re depicted on the pillars of King Solomon’s temple, emblazoned on ancient Israeli coins and have even been tied to the Garden of Eden. But thanks to the country’s sun-drenched growing climate, the pomegranate remains a juicy fixture in modern Israeli kitchens. Here’s how to make the most of these healthful, ruby red gems.

“We use the seeds with our roasted cauliflower as it contrasts the rich notes of the caramelized cauliflower, the...