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A note to readers using Google Reader

As you probably know by now, Google Reader is shutting shop tomorrow — July 1. If you use it in order to read blogs — and my stats tell me that several hundred of you do — you’ll need to export your feeds in order to continue reading them somewhere …

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How I adapted my blog to Google’s recipe search

Disclaimer: This is likely of interest primarily to other food bloggers. Those who follow tech news may have heard of Google’s new recipe search, which was launched two weeks ago. Google has created a tab to search specifically for recipes, much like its searches for photos or news. The catch? …

Israeli blogger meet-up

Last week, I had the fortune to meet another two dozen English-language bloggers in Israel. Here’s my belated wrap-up. The event, hosted by fellow food blogger Sarah Melamed of Foodbridge, was the second by this group, and was organized by Miriam Kresh of Israeli Kitchen (another food blog!) and Hannah …

Cafe Liz featured on Foodie BlogRoll Finest Foodies Friday

Cafe Liz was picked as one of the five featured blogs in the Foodie BlogRoll‘s May 8 edition of Finest Foodies Friday. Needless to say, I’m honored. So if you’re new here courtesy of Finest Foodies Friday, then welcome to my blog, and here’s a quick introduction (beyond Jenn’s quick …

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Cafe Liz goes kosher for Passover

Cafe Liz is going kosher for Passover: I’ve cleaned the kitchen and thrown out last year’s matzo. Oh, and I’ve also gone through all my recipes, and pulled out the ones that suit the holiday, based on both Ashkenazi and Sephardi traditions. Kosher for Passover recipes by Sephardi standards Kosher …

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New photo-based archive of posts and recipes

After much struggling with PHP, I’ve finally made a photo-based archives page, where you can find all my food photos with links to the corresponding recipes and posts. After all, my suspicions tell me most people are here for the photos anyway, so what better way to enjoy them than …