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    Interesting EE-Related Food Blogs

    Fri Sep 23, 2011 12:13 pm
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    Do any of you follow blogs about food from other countries? I have a number of them that I like - these are ones that are posted in English or in English and another language. I know I have more, will add them.

    What are your favorites? - Lithuanian woman now living in Turkey, Lithuanian living in Norway, but I think in Australia just now Russian living in the US Update: no longer posting, but old posts are still useful , Estonian living in Estonia , Americans who spent time in the Ukraine Lithuanian living in Italy , Lithuanian in Lithuania Pole living in France - lots of great recipes Russian and Ukranian recipes, Russian living in the US

    Most of these folks cook more broadly than their own nationality's food - I really enjoy seeing what is popular in other countries.
    Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:58 am
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    This is not a blog but collects blogs and what they are currently posting - most of the blogs are not in English, but a few are multilingual. I like looking at the photos to see what is currently of interest among foodies.
    Fri Feb 07, 2014 9:14 pm
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    Just ran across this blog, which covers our favorite region, some very interesting recipes
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