Tamar opened a "blogsite" - Kosher With Food Allergies - for information and resources for Jews dealing with food allergies. Maybe you have allergies and need tips for traveling outside your comfort zone, or you have guests coming this summer with food allergies, this is an incredible compilation/portal of resources.
Yocheved Golani is looking for a publisher for her new book The Comfort Foods Cookbook: Recipes to Calm You Down FAST Without Widening Your Waistline. I've posted an excerpt from her book about whole grains and spreads.
Batya of me-ander is traveling to the states this summer and wants to know, So Which Starbucks is Kosher?
Israel has been threatened with rolling blackouts. Hannah K. of Cooking Manager wrote about Preparing Your Refrigerator for a Power Outage.
|Photo credit: Mordechai Treiger|
At Isreview, Daniela reviewed PriGat’s "Retro" Blood Orange Juice and Bagel Bagel's Aleph-Bet Shaped Pretzels.
My friend Hannah Z. has revived her blog Keen on Quinoa and wrote A Lesson in Hilchot Kashrut. Hannah posted several other blueberry themed posts including How to Can Blueberries, plus lots of cookie recipes.
I've been feeling extra Israeli in the kitchen lately. I recently posted Keys to Great Eggplant (you HAVE to try my eggplant and tehina) and I made sweet and easy Shakshuka.
Mrs. S. wrote The requisite fast day food post, including a recipe for zucchini soup, at Our Shiputzim: A Work In Progress.
A great idea idea for summer - Ester, of Frugal and Kosher, made Roasted Vegetable Gazpacho with a mixture of raw and cooked veggies. What a nice idea to get the fullest range of flavor and health benefits. Ester also made a vegan Raisin-Bran Cake. My mouth is watering!
Want something sweet and cold that's just too simple for a recipe? Make Guilt-free Banana Ice Cream. (From me, Yosefa, here on Cooking Outside the Box.)
Liz of Cafe Liz posted Garlicky roasted cabbage salad.
Creative Jewish Mom, Sara Rivka, posted Moroccan Pickled Green Plums.
|Sarah's chickpea cookies|
Mimi of Israeli Kitchen wrote about Caper Flowers and How to Pickle and Eat Capers.
The Gush Gourmet is enjoying summer greens with Garlic and Lemon Kale and Soy Ginger Rainbow Chard.
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