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:

  • Shepherd’s Pie with Cauliflower White Bean Mash (Katherine Martinelli, May. 18)
    I have been meaning to post this recipe – which is a follow-up to my cauliflower and white bean mash recipe – for ages, but as the weather started to warm up I thought maybe I’d missed my chance. But as the unseasonable chill sets i (...)
  • A taste of Greece (GASTROnomi, Apr. 08)
    Athens. A view from the PlakaFried shrimp, Piraeus harbourPiraeusPiraeus. A chapel on the harbourTaverna Margaro, PiraeusAthens' central marketDiportoDiporto lunch & a cool retsinaTo Idikon, PirauesTo Idikon breakfast: Fava, cheese, olives & (...)
  • vegan glutten free banana cookies (Matkonation, Mar. 23)
    My little brother Allon lives in Paris. He moved there a few years ago in order to do his post doc at Pasteur institute. For a couple of years he lived alone in a tiny apartment, studied French and tried to connect to the Parisian life. It wasn’t e (...)
  • Mediterranean Fish Cakes with Avocado-Tahini Sauce (The Gush Gourmet, Mar. 01)
    There has been a lot of hullabaloo about the Whole30 program, a "diet" that for 30 days limits all carbs, dairy, and legumes in order to get rid of cravings and "reset" your body. I have never been one for programs like this, but I have been feeling (...)
  • Meatballs – Great Comfort Food (The Kosher Blogger, Jan. 20)
    There’s something about meatballs in a thick and hearty sauce that makes a the cold and rain of a chilly winter’s day feel like perfect weather. For years I’ve been making a traditional Italian style meatballs in tomato sauce that (...)
  • Don’t Judge a Fruit by Its Peel (Cooking Manager, Nov. 08)
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  • Butternut Squash muffins will save your soul (Ari Cooks, Sep. 30)
    The MOST forgiving muffin recipe ever (as in, you can make a zillion substitutions and they will still taste really, really good) is from Vegan With a Vengeance (Isa!) which, although may not be the most sophisticated cookbook on my shelf, is still (...)
  • 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 (...)

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