Israeli food blogs

Israel has hundreds of food blogs in Hebrew, but only a small community of bloggers in English. That said, the list has been growing by leaps and bounds over the past year or two. The following are a mix of bloggers I know personally as well as some others I don’t know. This list consists of (mostly) people who write about scratch cooking and update regularly, and includes a broad range of food and writing styles:

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  • Cabbage and Apple Strudel (The Gush Gourmet, Sep. 24)
    Cabbage and apple may seem like a strange combination to you but if you’ve ever cookeddown cabbage until it was caramelized you know how sweet and meltingly delicious it gets.I grew up on the Hungarian dish of Kraut Lukshen or noodles and cabbage w (...)
  • Masala Chai Ricotta Honey Muffins (Beth Michelle, Jan. 19)
    I’m so over winter already and we are only in January. Truth is winter here in Eastern NC has been pretty mild thus far and also has some identity issues if Im being honest. One day has us running around the park in 70F weather […] (...)
  • Holiday Challah (Cooking Outside the Box, Sep. 22)
    This is not the challah you are making your family so you can eat healthier. This is the sweet yellow challah you make for special occasions where everyone around the table leans back and rolls their eyes in ecstasy.While challah has come to mean the (...)
  • Light and Easy Summer Pasta with Zucchini (The Kosher Blogger, Jun. 05)
    I love making simple tasty pasta dishes, especially now that it’s summer. This recipe is so simple that I almost didn’t post it. But seeing as The New York Times prides itself on publishing the simplest pasta dishes, I decided, why should (...)
  • How Does Your Washing Machine Work? (Cooking Manager, Mar. 04)
    Hello again lovely readers. I know this is a cooking website, but I have a special place in my heart for appliances. My friend recently told me about her daughter’s joy at getting new school shirts, because the other children made fun of her ov (...)
  • Archives and more (Ari Cooks, Apr. 18)
    There are still tons of posts and recipes here, but not much in the way of new news. Come on over to The Dreamy Day  to see more or less updated information on our little adventures. See you there, xo Ari (...)
  • The China Experience (GASTROnomi, Aug. 16)
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  • The Best Ka'ach bilmalch(biscuies)-Yotam Ottolenghi+Sami Tamimi (Mom's Recipes and More, Jun. 04)
    ka'ach bilmalch biscuies and I'm back with you...These savory biscuies recipe is from Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi's cookbook 'Jerusalem'. Very easy to make, crispy (but not too much), we love them so much !.  Let me know how much you love the (...)

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