Israeli food blogs

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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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The latest on the Israeli food blogs:

  • Baked chocolate donut holes (More Quiche, Please, Dec. 22)
    What’s the best way to celebrate your baby’s first birthday? I debated this for weeks (but of course I did). I thought it was important to do something to mark our Chanukah baby’s big day, I just wasn’t sure what. My husband felt (...)
  • Cauliflower and Spinach Baked Latkes (Matkonation, Dec. 21)
    This Hanukkah we decided to do a recipe a bit out of the ordinary. Hannukah is synonomous with fried foods- latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot (jelly-filled donuts) are about the only things we eat here for 8 days straight! So now, in the middle (...)
  • Winter’s here: Time for warm apple galette (The Kosher Blogger, Dec. 17)
    I know it’s Hanukkah and I should be posting recipes for home-made donuts, but I’ve accepted the fact that there’s nothing I hate more than filling my house with the smell of deep frying in order to create a donut that can easily be (...)
  • Broccoli Potato and Cheese Latkes (The Gush Gourmet, Dec. 17)
    These latkes are my take on a broccoli potato knish, one of my favorite knishes to eat. The bonus here is that in latke form they are super crispy rather than doughy and the cheese flavor is enhanced. With all the oil and fried food we are consuming (...)
  • Why I moved my food blog back to Blogger (Food Bridge, Dec. 12)
    Uploaded from computer directly to BloggerAfter a hiatus of almost 6 years, I moved my blog back to Blogger.  While Blogger triggered the blogging revolution, bloggers began to jump ship to WordPress for its perceived advantages. For a time, it (...)
  • Announcement: The New Israeli Kitchen Blog (Israeli Kitchen, Dec. 08)
    Reader, there’s going to a fun change here on Israeli Kitchen. The blog is merging with From The Grapevine, a magazine relating to all things Israel. Food, naturally, but also absorbing posts on Israeli lifestyle, innovation, arts, nature, and (...)
  • My Vegan Son Cooks Vanilla-Scented Orange Soup (Cooking Manager, Dec. 07)
    My son became a vegan just a few weeks ago. After graduating high school last spring, he decided to spend the year volunteering in a town with a low socio-economic population. He and the other teens in his program volunteer during the day, and cook (...)
  • Galilee Seasonality has Moved! (Galilee Seasonality, Nov. 09)
    Please visit Galilee Seasonality’s new home at:   Abbie Rosner (...)

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