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:

  • Baby Kale Salad with Roasted Beets, Pears and Feta Cheese (The Gush Gourmet, Jul. 30)
    All summer I 've been hearing about a version of this salad that is served in a popular restaurant in Cederhurst, NY called Upper Crust.  Everyone who has eaten it there has raved about it and after all the hype I had to recreate it for myself. (...)
  • Finding the Brownie Holy Grail (The Kosher Blogger, Jul. 30)
    Lush chocolate brownies. The baseball field grass is not a recommended garnish… We’ve been having a tough time in Israel these past weeks. Sirens have had us rushing to shelters, and the country is in turmoil. Without making light of this (...)
  • Green eggs and ... cheese (More Quiche, Please, Jul. 29)
    That’s right, no ham here. Instead, I’ve got a nice fat omelet filled with lots of green things and cheese. And what could be better than green things and cheese, right? I chose greens that I tend to have on hand: scallions, peas, and fr (...)
  • Our Austrian road trip (GASTROnomi, Jul. 26)
    MittenwaldSeefeldLocal snails, baked in garlic butter and bread crumbsDeer Schnitzel with mushroom sauce, Spaetzle, pear cooked in red wind and marmaladeUp to the SchmittenhöheKaiserschmarrn up the SchmittenhöheZell am seeHallstattseeTopfen strude (...)
  • Back from Oxford (Galilee Seasonality, Jul. 19)
    I just returned from my first time participating in the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery – an annual conference of food historians and other professionals and non-professionals who are engaged in food inquiry.  It was an extraordinary experien (...)
  • Pasta Salad and a Pray for Peace (Matkonation, Jul. 17)
    Its really hard to write in days like this. The reality that we live in here in Israel is really absurd. This blog has never been a political one, and will not be one, but to ignore the current situation is impossible. I hope for peace and quiet for (...)
  • Falafel, Made At Home (Israeli Kitchen, Jun. 25)
    Long ago, before I came to live in Israel, I dated a guy who turned out not to be the right one. We took a walk one night, sauntering along in the friendly dark and enjoying the fresh breeze that brought a scent of jasmine and faintly, tobacco ̵ (...)
  • How to Cook for a Family with a New Baby (Cooking Manager, Jun. 15)
    This post was first published in 2011. I’ve updated it with more ideas shared by readers. A friend of mine gave birth recently, and a few families in the community made meals for her. While it’s possible to order out nowadays, home-cooke (...)

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