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Food Writer's Diary

http://nrnfoodwriter.blogspot.com/

The food world is ripe for the picking of future journalists with a sweet tooth. Learn from this blog how to craft excellent culinary reporting.


World Food Culture

http://worldfoodculture.blogspot.com/

This international cuisine blog regular highlights priceless finds from the Middle Eastern tradition. The posts are great about helping readers plunge into the local scene.


Cooking With Amy

http://www.cookingwithamy.blogspot.com/

Cooking with Amy is a blog that focuses on food, photography and learning the art of cooking. She also writes restaurant reviews, articles on food news and her travel experiences.

Orange Pork Tenderloin Recipe
by Amy Sherman over 1 year ago
Bak Kwa for Chinese New Year
by Amy Sherman over 1 year ago

The Busy Hedonist

http://thebusyhedonist.com/blog/

Even though you are attending culinary school, sometimes it's hard to come home and cook a nice dinner - Tracey blogs about how to create simple weeknight meals when you are a busy student.

Buttermilk Bundt Cake {Spiced up with Cardamom}
by Tracey Ceurvels over 2 years ago
Lobster Ravioli with Orange-Tarragon Butter
by Tracey Ceurvels over 2 years ago

viCARIous

http://www.cari-vicarious.com/

Cari has a master's degree in gastronomy and knows every single thing there is to know about food. She travels all over the world and food is her absolute passion. We love how dedicated she is to food and how she'll eat anything.


RhodeyGirl Tests

http://rhodeygirltests.com/

RhodeyGirl Tests shares the couple’s successes and failures in the kitchen and in life. It's a very personal chronicle of a foodie's journey in and out of the kitchen.

We dropped our cable.
by RhodeyGirlTests almost 3 years ago
What we’re eating, week 2
by RhodeyGirlTests almost 3 years ago


I Believe I Can Fry

http://www.ibelieveicanfry.com

IBICF shows how cooking no longer has to be a task to fear; from Southern classics to Asian cuisine, IBICF explains things in simple words, with plenty of pictures. IBICF also includes posts on cooking basics, such as knife skills, stock making, and how to save money & lessen waste when cooking.

Broccoli Salad
by Julia over 1 year ago
Iced Yuanyang (Coffee w/ Milk Tea)
by Julia almost 2 years ago

Sauce Boss

http://hossofsauce.wordpress.com

Those who are most hesitant to seek out a new experience seem invariably afraid that they may actually find one. Not this guy!! While some explore their world through travel (damn literal bastards) and others indulge more internalized pursuits, I have always been fascinated by the way the perfect food experience, at the ideal moment, can elicit immediate visual, olfactory and gustatory satisfaction while also – in that one moment – triggering a life-long affliction of ‘foodie-ism’ in even the most unsuspecting. This is a blog filled with humor, recipes and a world-view of food presented in a unique and engaging way.



Lazeez Corner

https://lazeezcorner.wordpress.com

Lazeez Corner is all about experiments in my kitchen lab with simple rules for each recipe, in an adventurous way !!


cookdaily

http://cookdaily.wordpress.com/2013/02/03/aaloo-ke-parathe-potato-pancakes

Here is how you can cook at home easy healthy food. Specially for beginners and busy people who cannot spend too long making elaborate meals but still love to cook daily.


The Wooden Spoon

http://thewoodenspoonblog.wordpress.com

I am the owner of The Wooden Spoon. I’m a nutritionist, professional home economist, Russian. I enjoy beauty, nature and simple things like a cup of tea early in the morning and smell of fresh grass on a rainy day. The Wooden Spoon provides services that include educational seminars and workshops, recipe development and testing, food writing, and consulting. We can help you personalize your menu to lead you to a better and healthier lifestyle, lean something new about food and healthy habits at work during one of our lunch and learns, discover new flavours in one of our workshops or learn cooking skills at one of the cooking classes. One of our specialties is development and testing of recipes with extra focus on special dietary needs such as low protein cooking. In this blog you will find a collection of things that are related to my work, anything you ever wanted to know about Russian food and culture as well as any odd pieces of information that I may deem well fitting for this content.



Culinary Physics

http://culinaryphysics.blogspot.com

Culinary Physics Blog: Exceptional food that worth a special journey. Distinctive dishes are precisely prepared, using fresh ingredients. And all other foods that can kill you. Culinary Physics is a Molecular Gastronomy blog specializing in molecular gastronomy recipes-food style, molecular book review, molecular gastronomy kit review and molecular gastronomy restaurants guide.

Homemade Post Workout and Sports Recovery Drink Recipe - Sweet Potato Recipes
by Albert Ainstain over 1 year ago
How to Make Homemade Coconut Mayonnaise - Healthy Coconut Recipes
by Albert Ainstain over 1 year ago