About Phyllis Glazer
Famous in Israel as “the guru of healthy cooking,” celebrated chef, writer, TV personality, and best-selling cookbook author Phyllis Glazer is one of Israel’s top food personalities. Through her media appearances, cookbooks, newspaper columns, lively lectures, and cooking classes, Phyllis, who was the first to introduce the preparation of delicious vegetarian cuisine to the country, helped create a nation-wide consciousness of healthy, organic food.
Phyllis spent more than a decade as a regular columnist for The Jerusalem Post and various Hebrew publications, and currently writes for Menta, the Israeli health-lifestyle magazine, and The Times of Israel (www.timesofisrael.com).
Her food and feature articles have been published by the Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Daily News, Bon Appetit and Saveur, among others, and she has been interviewed on radio and television programs in the United States, India, Australia and Britain. She is the author of eight cookbooks; seven published in Israel, Germany and Italy, and The Essential Book of Jewish Festival Cooking, published by Harper-Collins in the USA.
In her efforts to promote regional peaceful coexistence through food, Phyllis also conceived of and produced the Israeli-Jordanian Culinary Exchange Project, the first Israeli event ever held in Amman, Jordan.
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