This week for inspiration for my favorite food and restaurant articles, I took to Twitter for inspiration. What I found, is really special. There are some great bloggers out there, far too many to mention here.
Photo Credit Low Carb Nikki
DIY Sushi – via Low Carb Nikki
I’ve dabbled in Asian cooking, but I typically keep things safer and steer towards Italian or barbecue. I’ve made Spring Rolls and Pad Thai, and even Moo Shu Pork. I’ve liked the idea of making my own sushi, but was never confident enough to try it out. Here, Nikki lays it out and makes it seem less of a daunting task.
7 Essential Stops in Levinksy Market, Tel Aviv – via Becky van Dijk
What drew me to this post was a tweet.
Turns out I should have been a food blogger instead of a travel blogger! Check out these essential foodies stops in Levinsky Market, Tel Aviv | @VibeIsrael #foodblogger #TelAviv https://t.co/VBMoqu1v5B pic.twitter.com/QiINzJoU9x
— Becky van Dijk (@Beckyvandijk) June 6, 2018
Believe it or not, I’ve toyed with travel blogging! I stick with food for the most part, but throw some travel in where I can. Becky gives a great tour of the Levinsky Market in Tel Aviv, making any reader pining to go!
Photo Credit – The Indian Claypot
Raspberry Bread – The Indian Clay Pot
The flavor profile of this bread is what drew me in!. The raspberry and lemon flavor combination is perfect, and that lemon glaze to put on top was the cherry on top. Needless to say, I can’t wait to try this one out!
Tagliatelle Pasta with Fresh Peas and Pancetta – via The Pasta Project
|Tagliatelle Pasta with Fresh Peas and Pancetta
Photo Credit – The Pasta Project
Did you think I could go a whole post without talking about pasta? Me neither. This recipe has all of the ingredients I’m looking for! The pasta, pancetta, and the creaminess from the butter, what’s not to love? This is another one I’ll be trying out soon!