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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  • Asian Red Cabbage Salad (The Gush Gourmet, Apr. 28)
    I don't know about you, but I am always looking for new ways to make cabbage salad. Cabbage is cheap and healthy and my go to veggie for salad when I'm too lazy to deal with lettuce. Now, don't get me wrong, I have nothing against sweet cabbage salad (...)
  • Goodbye, guys (for now) (More Quiche, Please, Apr. 23)
    Well, this is sad. After nearly four years, 553 posts, testing endless recipes, taking so, so, so many photos, buying props in random places, reviewing awesome cookbooks, and meeting so many of you in one way or another, I’ve decided I have (...)
  • Pasta-free Zucchini Lasagna for Pesach (The Kosher Blogger, Apr. 06)
    You know those recipes that people post on their Facebook statuses? I am sure most of you ignore them. But recently, one caught my eye for a zucchini parmesan. Coming just before Pesach, I decided it was worth a second read as it didn’t have an (...)
  • A little strawberry cake (Ari Cooks, Mar. 24)
    The thing about butter, is that it tastes really good. butter softening on the counter, a near-daily  sight in our kitchen. Over the past couple of decades or more, the general attitude towards butter has been in tremendous flux, vacillating fro (...)
  • Review: Vegan Start Passover Cookbook (Cooking Manager, Mar. 16)
    I’ve been stressing about Passover cooking. My 18-year-old son became vegan a few months ago, and I’m afraid my usual menu plan might leave him hungry. Because of the prohibitions against seeds and legumes (kitniyot) in the Eastern Eur (...)
  • Pi Day 3.14.15: Classic American Apple Pie (Cooking Outside the Box, Mar. 13)
    In honor of the most pi pie day for the next hundred years, I'm making pie! I don't cook many things that require measuring. But Saturday is a special day... at least by the American calendar and any other math geeks using the MM-DD-YY format!For mor (...)
  • Roasted Vegetable and Beluga Lentil Salad (Matkonation, Mar. 11)
    Whenever anyone meets us (as a couple), and they find out what I do, the average first response is- “Wow, you’re a lucky guy, she must cook all the time”. And always the answer is, “actually, not really”. There are several reasons I don’t (...)
  • 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 (...)

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