Israeli Food Attracting Greater Media Attention

IMG_7546In recent years, international interest in Israeli cuisine has grown considerably. From visitors to Israel discovering and savouring the county’s rich food offerings to new Israeli restaurants opening in many countries to the success of Israeli cook books, Israel’s culinary feats are attracting more attention and acclaim. The media is rife with articles on the subject.

Here are links to a selection of coverage that reflects the widening appeal of Israeli food.

The Rise of Israeli Food in London

Eight Israeli Foods Influence How America Easts

Israeli Food Finds a Place on American Tables

Israel’s Exploding Culinary Scene: Ten-Plus Foods You Need to Try

Americans Say ‘Open Sesame’ to Israeli Tahini Recipes

Six Reasons Israeli Food Was 2015’s Hottest Culinary Trend in America

Israeli Eatery in New Orleans Named Restaurant of the Year

Delicious Doc Puts Israeli Food Center Stage

The 25 Best Things I Ate in Israel

Video: Nomad Feed – A Jerusalem Food Tour

  • ISRAELI FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS OUTSIDE ISRAEL

Dizengoff99: Great Israeli breakfast in Moscow

Israeli restaurant in London ranked number 1

Best new Israeli/Middle Eastern restaurants in New York City

Tavline, Israeli cuisine in Paris

Toronto’s newest destination for Israeli brunch

Israel’s Top Chef Brings Haute-Middle Eastern Cuisine to Manhattan

Israeli Chefs Offer a Taste of the Holy Land in New York

Hummus Happiness at Dizengoff in Miami

New Israeli Bakery Gets Warm Welcome in San Francisco

Israeli Contender in Toronto’s Coffee Wars Smells Sweet Success

Super, Vibrant, Buzzy and Fun Modern Israeli Recipes From The Kitchen of Top London Restaurant ‘The Palomar’

A Cuisine Without Borders: The Vibrant Flavours of Israeli Food in Britain

Falafel Yo Bringing Israeli Street Food to Makati, Philippines

  • SPECIFIC ISRAELI DISHES FEATURED IN THE MEDIA

Moving flavors: Introducing Americans to silan

Baba Ganoush: An easy recipe for eggplant

Alon Shaya’s Secret for Smoky, Delicious Homemade Pita Bread

Different Ways to Use Labne, the Israeli Yogurt Dip You Need

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