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R, Mehoz HaMerkaz
My mother was never much of a cook, and my dad only cooked very simple dishes, so I taught myself to cook and bake. When I was 11 or 12 I started with microwave recipes and slowly worked my way up the culinary ladder. Now I share my recipes with my friends and my parents' friends too! Since moving to Israel, which is a true melting pot, I've been exposed to so many different cultures and ethnicities. I enjoy learning about the different foods the different cultures here eat. I cook eastern european food (lots of Russians here) like krepelach or "pilimeni" and I cook traditional Middle Eastern food as well, such as majadera (rice with lentils & spices)... I hope to continue to encounter new cultures and that their traditions will permeate my kitchen and broaden my culinary repertoire.