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She doesn’t believe in “kid food,” doesn’t oversimplify, and involves her kids in every step of the cooking process. Desserts for Breakfast – Desserts for Breakfast began a collective of photographs for food projects Bay Area Native, Stephanie had undertaken, until one day she began receiving requests for recipes and with that, she was happily absorbed blogging about the food she had before only been photographing.She loves to test out and share new recipes, and says that sharing food with lots of people, which is one of the things that brings her “the greatest joy in life”! The Foodess – Jenn describes her self-created titles as follows: : (noun) 1. For Jenn, it’s all about bringing friends and family around the heart of the home to share stories, laughter, music and nourishment. – Run by Jackie Sobon, this plant-based blog extraordinaire covers everything from indulgent desserts, raw goodies and health-conscious suppers! If you haven’t discovered before now – boy are you in for a treat! Green Kitchen Stories – This is lovely Vegetarian site created by husband and wife, David and Luise (the photographer and nutritionist respectively), to share their endeavor to come up with healthy vegetarian recipes.And I ask you – how can you not be curious about Mac Cheese Stuffed Brown Sugar Balsamic Portabellos? Roost – A beautiful site that chronicles how Caitlin and her husband embarked on a radical journey three years ago, to eliminate all sugar and processed foods from their diet to further heal her husband’s Crohn’s disease; he is now medicine free and thriving. He calls himself a glutton who began blogging out of boredom – but one look at the photography and the Greek flavors and you’ll be hooked. Steamy Kitchen – Jaden Hair of Steamy Kitchen is mom to two little boys, a recognized chef, food columnist and award-winning food blogger. In late 2008, she was diagnosed with Meniere’s disease and tested positive for several allergies, such that her neurologist suggested looking at the relationship between gluten, sodium, cholesterol and Meniere’s. An absolutely dreamy and luscious feat of gluten free goodness and professional food photography.Here at Roost you’ll be encouraged to eat clean, seasonal foods that not only taste good but are healing to the body. Manger – Having lived in Hong-Kong, Singapore, London, Reykjavik and Paris, the husband and wife team behind Manger, (french for eat) – settled into their dream come true home in the most beautiful part of the Médoc, France, where they live with their small children and 14 dogs! She is one of the chef stars on this season’s Recipe Rehab on ABC and today considered one of the most influential food people in social media. Join her on Pinterest or perhaps sign up for one of her food lifestyle photo workshops! Verses from My Kitchen – Michael spent ten years in the restaurant industry, and feels fortunate to have been surrounded by great food all his life, from his childhood dinners to a restaurant’s long hours.
Unique and revolutionary in its approach, the Institute teaches students and professionals how to effectively work with the most common and compelling eating challenges of our times – and Heidi Swanson’s lovely photography and vegetarian recipes reveal, in turns, light and complex, flavors.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history.Patti’s also a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of 3 whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country. Road & Kingdoms – Roads & Kingdoms is an independent journal of food, politics, music and culture.R&K launched in December 2012 as an experiment on Tumblr, which became a home for reports on everything from Burmese civil war to dissident MCs to the perils of rancid crab.R&K is now a fully digital magazine, publishing long-form articles, interviews and global ephemera three times a week. Straight into Bed, Cake Free & Dried – If you’re in the need for some Gluten Free delectables, then look no further.