Blue Kitchen is all about the food. Talking about it, thinking about, breathing it. The recipes are simplified but you still feel like you are eating gourmet. From the beginning cook to the more experienced cook, Terry B. hopes to inspire you all with the recipes on this site. Enjoy!
Broke Ass Gourmethttp://brokeassgourmet.com/
Broke Ass Gourmet is for those who want a high-end lifestyle and premier food for cheap! The blog features recipes that are always under $20, with great advice on inexpensive but delicious beers, wines, and cocktails. This site is very well organized with prep time and cook time given. It has delicious recipes that get your attention as soon as you open the homepage. Gabi Moskowit, the author of this blog, does a great job!
Coconut and Limehttp://www.coconutandlime.com/
If you would like to experience international foods from around the world in your home, this is the blog for you. Rachel, the author, gives step-by-step directions for recipes that will make even a novice cook feel like a top chef.
Carolyn Jung is an award-winning food and wine writer based in Silicon Valley, California. Her love of good and wine food is evident in her writings. If you will be in California for a visit this is the place to get your reviews for some fantastic restaurants and entertainment. The photographs on a recent post on her blog,Cupertino’s Alexander’s Steakhouse Opens A San Francisco Outpost, has beautiful photographs!
Last Night's Dinnerhttp://www.lastnightsdinner.net/
Jennifer Hess is the cook and author of this visually fantastic blog. Her belief is that cooking is not a science – it’s a craft and this is why there are no recipes on her site. She feels there is no right or wrong way to make a particular dish. Even if you don't cook, the pictures on this site are absolutely breathtaking and yes, it's all pictures of food!
I grew up in the OC and now I have been living on an island in the Pacific Northwest for the last 14 years. My life has been full of many titles (Preschool teacher, SCUBA field researcher, marine biology camp instructor, legal secretary, grad student, tech geek, liveaboard, middle school science teacher) however, now I am blessed to be a Stay at Home Mom. Said with pride. Growing up, I was removed from my food and now I am in it. Gardening and buying local meats is how we are creating meals these days. I am not afraid of butter, but margarine makes me cringe. I am mindful of how much sugar we use, and refuse to open a packet of anything identified as a sweetener. I believe in healthy meals, real desserts and giving in to rib-sticking goodness occasionally (although those are the most fun to write about!). Meal planning starts with produce in our house and at least two days a week, we have veggie-only meals. My blog, Mental Chew, is about appreciating seasonal gardening, food and fun for my island-style family. My camera is frequently in front of my face, so I have a little fun posting pics here. I am concerned about what is happening to our food source and through my writing, I hope to inspire moms to get their kids outside, make great food from scratch with their families and get their hands in the dirt. Please, think before you eat and we can all make a difference for our kids.
Best Modern Indian Cuisine website-The Informativehttp://finedining-indian.blogspot.com
The best Blog available for Chefs and food enthusiasts to horn your culinary skills by downloading our free cooking E-books,search through our modern Indian recipes.Learn new developments in modern world kitchen.Then by create a Modern gastronomy of Indian cuisine by developing your skills through Finediningindian.com
The Junk-Free Chefhttp://thejunkfreechef.blogspot.com
I believe in supporting sustainable agriculture by local farmers and eating food prepared by human hands. I do believe there is a way to eat right. The Junk-Free Chef blog is a resource for those looking to feed themselves and their families as well as possible without sacrificing flavor.
Habitual Verve is an online blog devoted to food, travel, & design. It is for those who value our earth, believe in sustainability, and have a passion for making the most of life. Habitual Verve strives to inspire others to eat consciously as our food choices directly impact our health, to dedicate one’s self to being life-long learner who embraces multicultural perspectives, and to create and appreciate the beauty that is brought to our lives through art and design. To do this, Habitual Verve provides recipes, neighborhood bar & restaurant guides, local restaurant reviews, and information about and coverage of local food events. In addition, visual travel logs and city guides are featured. Spotlights are shown on innovative interior and product design as well as architecture. Local and global artists are also showcased, and every now and again something having to do with music or film may be included on a whim.
Skinny Sweets Dailyhttp://www.skinnysweetsdaily.com
Skinny Sweets Daily is healthy living community website. Our mission is to assist our members in reaching their healthy lifestyle goals by providing a forum to discuss hot issues, to supply them with articles from our health professional contributors, as well as variety of recipes to satisfy their food desires.
Considerable Trouble and Considerable Joyhttp://www.troubleandjoy.com
Considerable Trouble and Considerable Joy is about the many troubles and joys of trying to be eco-friendly in NYC. Through an urban lens the blog focuses on food, where it comes from, and how it shapes us and the world around us. Expect CSAs, farmers markets, cooking, urban organic gardening, and even some adventures in creating my own recipes (eek, coming soon). This blog is here to celebrate our efforts to be green and to chronicle and enjoy the struggles along the way. “Considerable trouble and considerable joy” is my favorite quote. It’s how Mark Twain described the adventures of Huckleberry Fin. I think it can also reflect on some more modern adventures such as these…..
Cooking is a great stress reliever to me and I enjoy it. I like to experiment with food and luckily I have two fans who are always willing to gobble up my experiments. So all recipes I put up will be tried and tested J. I try to use all natural, organic ingredients in my cooking and have eliminated all processed foods refined sugar, flour, oil, etc. from my kitchen. I prefer to use fresh veggies, especially local produce if I can get it. Also try to make use of seasonal produce. As our awareness on food and its ingredients improve, so do our cooking and our tastes too. It makes me feel good about what I cook, and I also feel I am making a positive contribution to the world in a small way as I can. As a family we have moved to cooking that is wholesome and healthy, yet simple and tastier too. Like the motto ‘Keep it simple’ for my cooking too. We include a lot of raw food, we are not completely vegan, but mostly eat plant based food. We also eat some amount of sustainably caught seafood.
Paleo Blog | Paleo Diet | Paleo Food - Primal Primoshttp://www.primalprimos.com
Follow the journey of two average guys, trying to figure out and make the Paleo Diet work in real world conditions. Enjoy Primal Primos' Paleo Blog!