All roads lead to Hummus

Is there someone who doesn’t like hummus? Seriously? This millennia old concoction is an absolute classic and a necessary ingredient for life, and it’s fair to say there are as many variations of hummus as there are cooks. No one really knows who invented it, but this delicate and gooey mix of chickpeas, olive oil, […]

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Impressions – Ottolenghi, London

Yotam Ottolenghi has been one of our favourites chefs of all times. His food is simple, diverse, and absolutely delicious. We genuinely connected with his cooking style, influences and recipes: generally gorgeous middle-eastern dishes with loads of veggies and plenty of our favourite ingredients and spices such as garlic, sumac, za’atar, lemons, yogurt or tahini. […]

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The FoodCrafters guide to Tel Aviv

For your next trip to Tel Aviv, you might want to try some of these places. Nowhere near a foodie guide to the white city (we would need a few years to eat enough), this post summarizes the places we ate at and loved, although you could sit pretty much anywhere in town and have […]

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FoodCrafters brunch – Shakshuka!

By far, the most efficient thing you can have for brunch is a shakshuka. By efficient we mean, filling and delicious, yet super easy to make at home even on a lazy sunday (and it’s also when it tastes best). Shakshuka is simply eggs cooked in a spicy pepper/tomato sauce served in an iron skillet […]

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Foodcrafters in Israel

We finally had the chance to take a few days off, which we used to chill. On the beach! In Tel Aviv!!! This gave us the chance to sample a quite (in)decent amount of local food (and drinks) which we wanted to share. Israeli food – just like the Israelis themselves – is nothing less […]

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