I am thrilled about this post because it showcases some of my favorite Kosher food blogger’s photos that make food look so delectable and so appetizing, you can practically taste it!
While all of these happen to be Kosher food bloggers, I can assure you that it doesn’t matter if you keep Kosher or not – you’re gonna want to make these right away!
Be sure to show them some love. If you don’t already follow them on social media – after these photos – you just might!
1.) Melinda Strauss of Kitchen-Tested is a fun-loving chick who keeps it real. Follow her insta stories and you’ll know why. Here, she takes kosher bacon to a whole new level in this delectable looking “candy” if I can even call it that? I can only imagine the sweet, smoky and crispy chewiness going on in one bite! I recently bough some of Jack Gourmet’s Facon so I know what I will be doing with it! Find the recipe here Pecan Pie Bacon
2.) Who knew eggs could be so pretty? Amy Kritzer of What Jew Wanna Eat is a rockstar. She makes Jewish foods fun and approachable to everyone; and has fun doing it. She makes these beauties shine in this natural hot pink – and none other than my favorite flavor combo: EVERYTHING bagel! I MAY just make this for myself to bring to work so I can snack on them and co-workers will ooh and ahh. Find the recipe here Pickled Beet Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs
3.) And while we’re on eggs, runny yolks are all the rage right now. If this is not sexy food; I don’t know what is. The combination of a millet based flatbread with roasted zucchini, cheddar and farm fresh runny eggs is making my mouth water. Liz Reuven of Kosher Like Me is someone I relate a lot to, because I am “Kosher like her”. That means, that I identify as a Vegetarian/Pescatarian when I eat out at non-Kosher restaurants. (it seems to confuse a lot of people) Thankfully, Liz dedicates her website to researching amazing food – that sometimes is not found in a kosher restaurant. Here’s one of them, where this gem was found Back40 kitchen in (Greenwich, CT)
4.) When it comes to food, I think it’s safe to say – GIANT just makes it more fun! You know those “Tasty” videos circling Facebook feeds that have that “OH YEAH” moment at the end? Dini Klein of Dini Delivers does just that in her video on Tastemade when she presses the two giant oatmeal cookie pieces between marshmallow fluff! It’s amazing. Find the recipe on her blog: Giant Oatmeal Marshmallow Cookie Sandwich
5.) This Sushi Burrito is everything you like about sushi, minus the seaweed – which is an acquired taste for some. Though, anything in a “burrito” is pretty much magical. This photo by Chanie Apfelbaum from Busy in Brooklyn makes my stomach growl. 1. Because I haven’t eaten lunch yet and 2. Are you looking at the photo??!! This is all kinds of creamy, chewy, sticky and just plain awesome. Experience this craze: Sushi Burrito
6.) If you don’t drink coffee, I am not sure how you do it. My husband happens to be one of those people and I am shocked he can get through the day. He would however, scarf this down! Miriam Pascal from Overtime Cook is so incredibly talented and knowledgable – especially when she makes these Coffee Sticky Buns. She knows what will taste delicious together, how to make it from scratch and how to take a picture of it that looks so good, you drool without even realizing it!
7.) Okay, I’m almost bouncing off the walls with excitement about this one. The flavors of this dish are right up my alley. Elevated Shakshuka. I love that Shannon Sarna, Editor of The Nosher (who happens to be hilarious, just watch her live videos on Facebook via Jewish Food) created a one pot meal out of this typical breakfast. See the full recipe Shakshuka with Spinach and Lamb Meatballs and watch the step by step video that also makes you drool.
8.) I am OBSESSED with cheese. Aren’t we all? and in this photo, Eitan Bernath of Cook With Chef Eitan makes me stare at this churro imagining what it would taste like. Also, I can literally hear the crunch in my head! Eitan is the youngest of the bloggers; but that doesn’t stop him from doing amazing things. He is one to watch in the coming years. You’re going to want to bookmark this one: Cheese Churros
9.) Nina Safar of Kosher in the Kitch is an adorable mom from Brooklyn (now, a West Coast girl) who has had a culinary career for a while now. She came up with a pretty genius variation of a traditional Reuben sandwich. She calls it Reuben Stuffed Matzo balls. You’re not going to miss the swiss on this one – after all, she did fry a matzoh ball!
10- You know that food that looks too pretty to eat? Here is one STUNNING example. But, just kidding…I would totally eat this because it has BOURBON and CARAMEL surrounded by CARBS! Danielle Renov of Love Peas & Carrots (How cute is that name?) is a bubbly, talkative and informative food blogger who does much more! Check out more here: Bourbon Caramel Apple Pull Apart Loaf with Honey Glaze
11.) Oh yes, another bacon post. How could I not? Just look at those donut holes. They look like little pillows of happiness. Which makes sense, since Naomi Nachman aka The Aussie Gourmet is such a happy girl! She always has a hilarious laugh and smile (that you can even hear through her radio show “Table for Two”) Not only does she keep your spirits up, but she makes incredible dishes like this: Maple Glazed Doughnut Holes with Kosher Candied Bacon