A vegetarian meal-in-one, this Tuscan Kale and Lentil Soup will keep you full for hours while also nourishing your body with plants! The perfect comforting bowl for a winter weeknight dinner or easy lunch.
I’ll be honest with you guys, I was lacking some serious inspiration when I sat down to write this post. Not because of the recipe (which I love), or the photos (which I also love), but because sometimes you reach your creative limit and the thought of sitting down to write a post, no matter how long or short it is feels like running a marathon.
So I did what I also do when I’m feeling burnt out, I walked away. It’s taken me years to get to this point though. I used to try desperately to work through the current, even when I’m not feeling any kind of inspiration, because that’s what I thought “hustling” meant. It didn’t occur to me that sometimes doing less, is doing way more.
It was a long way to get here, but thankfully I changed my tune….
Blogging has afforded me some pretty cool experiences, but I’m pretty sure taking a culinary tour of Israel might be the coolest. A few months ago, Vibe Israel reached out to see if I wanted to participate in a foodie tour of their beautiful country. Since you guys know I have a deep love affair with Israeli food and have considered cheating on C with tahini, I jumped at the opportunity to partake in this experience. I had no idea I was in for one of the best trips of my life.
Before I jump into what we ate, I just want to thank Vibe Israel for bringing me on this trip and letting me share this experience with you. There is no doubt that Israel has had its fair share of publicity for reasons that I won’t be getting into, but there is also so much more going on there besides the political landscape. The food scene is just one of the many cultural aspects that makes this country one of my favorite places in the world. I feel honored and privileged to highlight through this one lens and I hope one day you can get the chance to see it all for yourself.
Over the last few years I’ve written a lot of travel guides. Most of them are just my personal opinion or an itinerary of my trip. They rarely cover everything or are based on anything other than my experience, but with this trip I can say confidently that this truly is the foodie’s guide to Israel. We basically ate our way across Israel and if we could have, we would have eaten Israel itself. This is to be expected when you go on a culinary tour, but combined with the fact that Israelis have an incessant need to feed, I’m pretty sure we ate every dish in the history of Israeli cuisines. Needless-to-say, it was amazing.
I also filmed a video highlighting the best experiences and what you definitely shouldn’t miss so check it out here!
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