Food blogs

 

  • Not Without Salt – I happily share my passion for all things salted; sweet and savory, in hope that you too will find pleasure, joy and sustenance in good food. Your kitchen is a place to be creative and productive. Meals are meant to be savored and enjoyed. Good food is simple, fresh, seasonal and delicious. Not Without Salt is a tool for helping you eat well and enjoy the process of cooking and baking real, good food.   
  • Mon Petit Four – Whether it’s as simple a concept of hosting dinner and wine with friends, or sharing my passion with others through my bakery and classes, I aim to create each experience with a touch of French refinement and romanticism. I hope you’ll stick around as I fulfill my vivid imagination, penchant for dessert, and obsession with all things French! You’ll find me sharing recipes with organic, fresh ingredients as much as you’ll find a wine-infused galette or cream-laden pastry. Not every meal on here is “quick and easy”, nor do I claim to know how you can feed your family in less than 30 minutes.  
  • Love the secret ingredient – The blog of Mary Frances, a lifelong food lover and the owner and creative director of the NYC award-winning design, branding, and marketing agency PM+CO. I am also a member of the elite Culinary Content Network, a curated association of food writers whose work appears as part of The Daily Meal, and a monthly contributor to two online food and lifestyle publications – Spice 4 Life, based in Cape Town, South Africa, and Foods 4 Better Health, based in Ontario, Canada. What I especially love about cooking is creating and serving great food to make my loved ones happy. Hearing mmmm’s makes my heart soar!  
  • cups + spoonfuls – Baking and fresh food exploration from a food and photography lover, runner and mom to two amazing kids living in a great town just outside of Boston.
  • Warm Vanilla Sugar – I’m a mid twenties biology geek + self taught cook, live in Montreal, Canada, and love to experiment with different recipes. I happily share my passion for all things vegetarian; whether sweet or savory, hoping that you too will find as much happiness in your culinary journey as I do. Because food is meant to be enjoyed! I am by no means a professional. I drop some of my finished products, my biscuits will never be as good as my Nanny’s and I’m still figuring out my SLR camera. But, I love what I’m doing, and I’ll never post a recipe that doesn’t turn out.  
  • DisplacedHousewife – My recipe goals are these: things should be fast (but not always) and easy (I hope) and sometimes healthy (but not often). Don’t judge me if I fall flat on all three. And I won’t judge you either. DisplacedHousewife got its’ name many moons ago before we moved to Beijing, China. I thought it would be fun to write about my adventures as a southern Californian trying to make it in Asia with my two kids.
  • Put On Your Cake Pants – For as long as I can remember, my mom has loved to bake and my dad has loved to cook, so naturally, I love to eat. Moving into my first apartment during college gave me the impetus I needed to start experimenting in the kitchen – I hope you enjoy reading about the results! What you’ll find here are semi-vegetarian recipes (so no beef, pork, or lamb), as well as a number of completely vegetarian and vegan ones. Most of my recipes can easily be made lactose-free, if not dairy-free, since I myself and several of my family members and friends are lactose intolerant. Things you will not find here, since I have deep-seated aversions to them: fake cheese, seitan, cake pops, asparagus, and pears.  
  • Family Fresh Cooking – My mission is for my family to stay fit and strong both mentally and physically. Daily we have multiple opportunities to decide what food to eat. Certain foods make us feel great, while others destroy our moods and energy levels. Whole food ingredients and mindful eating behaviors allow us to live healthy, happy lives. The most important thing is to never feel deprived, as food is one of life’s greatest pleasures.  
  • Faring Well – The recipes you see here on Faring Well follow my diet, a whole foods plant based diet (vegan). However, I do allow at times raw, unpasteurized honey that is locally and sustainable harvested. I truly believe in balance when it comes to almost everything. Therefore here on Faring Well you will see truffles made completely raw and sweetened with fruit, cookies made with brown sugar, vegetables served raw, steamed or baked, and well, you get the picture. I hope to present a wide range of plant based recipes on this site so everyone, no matter their diet, can find something that they love.  
  • Marla Meridith – Marla Meridith is a trendsetter in the world of food, lifestyle, travel blogging and photography. A finalist as SAVEUR magazine’s “Best of Blogs 2013.” She has a loyal following and is discovered every day by passionate new readers. With many new posts per week she gains popularity continuously with fresh, exciting content. View comments on any post to see her vibrant community. She is also a TV personality, she’s been featured on the NBC Weekend Today in NY & The Better Show. Marla is a trusted resource for home chefs, world travelers and active lifestyle enthusiasts everywhere. When people visit her blog they can be assured to find great recipes, selective ingredient recommendations and lifestyle tips.  
  • Lyndsey loves food – Lynsey Walker is a nutritionist (MSc. RHN (pending)), freelance food photographer, food stylist, blogger and recipe developer based in Toronto, Ontario. Her work has been featured in: Chatelaine, The Huffington Post, Buzz Feed, Recipe Geek, theKitchn also also works with clients such as Genuine Health, Rolling Meadow and Tuja Wellness.
  • Cocoa and Lavender – Cocoa and Lavender debuted in February 2010 and continues to bring stories and recipes to you each week. The recipes range from simple to complex, but not one is unmanageable in any home kitchen. As often as I can, I simplify the steps to make it even easier for you. I truly hope you enjoy reading, and that you will take the plunge and make a few things!
  • Mouthful Blog – The blog of Erin, a Registered Dietitian and Chef with a deep passion for all things food. I look forward to sharing all my learning (and burning) in the kitchen with you! I have an embarrassing collection of cookbooks and food-related literature and aspire to share my love and appreciation for real food roused by the perfection of imperfection. What I write about here are ordinary things that make up the fabric of my day. I hope you find something that speaks to you (and your belly).  
  • Icy Violet’s – I love to cook. I love ethnic foods, local foods, vegetarian foods, meaty foods, sweet foods, salty foods, and any food that makes me a happier, better person. I am a nanny and a mother’s girl and a chocolate friend. That’s not true, I don’t make chocolate things all that much. But I am a sugar friend that is for sure.
  • Sprinkled with Jules – Baking is my hobby and passion. I’m a self-taught baker, and always looking to learn something new. My goal is that through my blog I can help you learn and grow in your love for baking too! Nothing in the kitchen is impossible! Here you’ll find recipes, tutorials, ideas, and sprinkles of my life along the way. Stick around, and we’ll grow together.  
  • 5 second rule – My name is Cheryl Sternman Rule. I’m a Silicon Valley food writer with a lot to say and a keen desire to share it with a broad audience. I write cookbooks and freelance for numerous national publications.
  • Brown Sugar Mama – Cooking and baking is like painting. A plate is my canvas and the cooking utensils are my brushes. My intention for my blog is to create a place where you can get a harmless, easy, and delicious dish that you can immediately share with your friends and family.
  • Coley Cooks – My name is Nicole Gaffney, but lots of people call me Coley. I’m a personal chef turned tv personality best known for being second runner up on the 10th season of Food Network Star. I’ve been featured on The Rachael Ray Show, House Hunters, My Family Recipe Rocks, The Chef’s Kitchen, Best of the Best, and QVC. Each week on this blog I post a quick and easy video recipe, in addition to a slightly more intricate recipe in regular food blog format. Whether you’re a novice or a pro, there’s a little something here for everyone.