Great entertaining ideas from Greece

Manu-Talor has two decades of culinary experience from the Reali School in Haifa.

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October 11, 2017 12:39
Two-color chocolate mousse.

Two-color chocolate mousse.. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)

 
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 I recently met Dorit Manu-Talor who writes a blog called “Sweet Dooly,” where you’ll find moving stories alongside fantastic recipes that are easy to follow, some of which are from Greek cuisine in which Manu-Talor grew up.

Manu-Talor has two decades of culinary experience from the Reali School in Haifa. She began writing about her life and her family, and then slowly began adding recipes. This soon morphed into her current blog, Sweet Dooly. She quickly realized that dishes she’d been preparing for her family for years received great acclaim among her many followers. Manu-Talor is currently working on a cookbook that focuses on Greek desserts, and each recipe is accompanied by a personal story from her life experiences.


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