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Vegan Pandamonium

http://veganpandamonium.blogspot.com/

Vegan Pandamonium is written by a college student, so these recipes are meant to be quick, easy, and not too hard on the wallet. But just because she's on a budget does not mean that her recipes lack flavor or creativity!

Summer Succotash
by noreply@blogger.com (s.m.) about 3 years ago
Summer Luau Potluck
by noreply@blogger.com (s.m.) about 3 years ago

Comfort Food Vegan

http://comfortfoodvegan.blogspot.com/

Vegans don't just eat salad and tofu! They actually eat pizza, burgers, and cake, too, and this blog will show you how to prepare all of those delicious comfort foods!


Meet The Shannons

http://www.meettheshannons.net/

Meet The Shannons has decided to take on the challenge of 'veganizing' every recipe in the Betty Crocker Cookbook! Every blog post takes on a different recipe and makes it vegan (in the same vein as Julie and Julia).


An Obsession with Food

http://www.obsessionwithfood.com/

This blog gives reviews on food and wine, and let's you know where to find the best ones out there. The author and owner of this site, Derrick, writes for many magazines including The San Francisco Chronicle, Edible East Bay, The Wine News, and The Art of Eating. His wife Melissa is the photographer for the site and her photos are beautiful and appetizing.


Becks and Posh

http://www.becksposhnosh.blogspot.com/

Sam is English and Fred is French. They reside in the state of California, and together they've made one awesome food blog. They are passionate about eating regional and seasonal produce and infuse their posts with a healthy dose of humour. Sam has embraced California with food tales and recipes that ooze inspiration from the Sunshine State.


Broke Ass Gourmet

http://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!

Cauliflower Crust Pizza
by Gabi Moskowitz over 1 year ago
Cast Iron Chicken and Sweet Potatoes
by Gabi Moskowitz over 1 year ago

Chocolate & Zucchini

http://chocolateandzucchini.com/

This blog is written by Clotilde Dusoulier, a young woman from Paris. She has a passion for everything to do with cooking, and has many recipes of the great foods she shares with friends and family. She also likes to share her dining experiences and her advice on the must-have tools of the kitchen.

Oven-Baked Falafel Recipe
by clotilde over 3 years ago
70 Things To Do With Fresh Spinach
by clotilde over 3 years ago

Chubby Hubby

http://chubbyhubby.net/

Everything you need to know about Asian food can be found on this blog. Aun Koh, Singapore-based author of this blog, writes about street food, restaurants and recipes, with endearing references to his partner in crime, his wife. The photographs of Singapore are absolutely beautiful.

Five quirky and cool must-dos when in Tokyo
by Joanna over 3 years ago
Matcha Greek yogurt teacakes
by Dawn over 3 years ago

Coconut and Lime

http://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.

Beet & Chèvre Dip
by Rachel Rappaport about 3 years ago
Double Chocolate Chestnut Bundt Cake
by Rachel Rappaport about 3 years ago

Dinner with Julie

http://dinnerwithjulie.com/

Dinner With Julie is well written and thoughtful food blog. Julie,the author, is from Calgary offers fantastic recipes and beautiful photographs. She also does a lot humanitarian work. She started a journey of putting together a compilation cookbook from 27 different food blogs and got editors , publishers and designers involved to help raise funds for Haiti after the devastating earthquake.

Cinnamon-Raisin Pull-apart Hot Cross Buns
by Julie over 3 years ago
Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive
by Julie over 3 years ago

Food Gal

http://www.foodgal.com/

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!

Hankering for Hawaii Part III: Marvelous Maui Dining at Migrant and Ka’ana Kitchen
by foodgal over 3 years ago
Hankering for Hawaii Part II: A Taste of Rum
by foodgal over 3 years ago

Food in Jars

http://www.foodinjars.com/

Marisa McClellan's goal is to get people canning, preserving and generally learning how to preserve the abundance of the seasons. She teaches canning classes around the Philadelphia area. Marissa's goal is to get as many people as possible as excited as she is about canning. That way you can have summer fresh canned goods in the blustery winter season and feel warm all over. Great recipes!

Big Cyber Monday Sale at Cuppow
by Marisa over 2 years ago
Giveaway: The Preservationist Gift Set from MightyNest
by Marisa over 2 years ago

Gluten-Free Girl

http://www.glutenfreegirl.blogspot.com/

Wheat-free wonders and tips for celiacs is what this blog is all about. Shauna James Ahern is the author of this site and has celiac's disease. She is determined to find recipes for people like her so they too can still enjoy a gourmet meal and delectable dessert without the fear of getting sick. This site has great recipes, video demonstrations, and beautiful pictures of the prepared dishes.

plenty
by shauna about 3 years ago
here. now. raspberries.
by shauna about 3 years ago

Last Night's Dinner

http://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!

a good place to start
by Jennifer Hess over 3 years ago
a bowl of goodness
by Jennifer Hess over 3 years ago

Laura's Best Recipes

http://laurasbestrecipes.com/

Laura, the author of this food blog, is not a professional chef but she should be. Her creations such as Pan Fried Trout with Summer Vegetables look delicious and you can watch her prepare it on one of the instructional videos on her site. She likes to create a memorable culinary experience for her friends when they visit her in the mountains of Colorado.


Serious Eats

http://www.seriouseats.com/

The focus of this blog is on American foods like hot dogs. There are restaurant and gadget reviews, food videos and recipes. Every afternoon, there's an easy recipe to inspire you for that evening’s dinner. This site was started by New York Times journalist Ed Levine and has many contributing fellow foodies.

Enter to Win a Le Creuset Dutch Oven, Breville Espresso Machine, and More!
by The Serious Eats Team over 2 years ago
31 Hearty Recipes For Bitter Greens
by Lisa Starikov over 2 years ago

Seven Spoons

http://www.sevenspoons.net/

Seven Spoons is a collection of thoughts on family and food by it's author Tara. From blueberry beignets to a garlicky, kicky, chili hot sauce, Tara has recipes for all. There is also beautiful photography of the delicious dishes. Delightful!

Cake is appreciated
by tara about 3 years ago
Crazy excited - Storytelling Workshop October 2014
by tara about 3 years ago

Talk of Tomatoes

http://www.talkoftomatoes.com/

Talk of Tomatoes is about making food work for you. The author, Janelle, adores food and all it has to offer. She's always looking for time-saving tricks in the kitchen. This blog has many ideas for weekday meals, dinner parties and recipes ideal for cooking with kids. Also there are ideas for gifts information on the latest tools and gadgets for your kitchen. Fantastic photos of tomatoes!

Dutch Dairy Farming roots… and Farmstr
by Janelle over 3 years ago
Grandma’s Special Salmon Sauce
by Janelle over 3 years ago

Technicolor Kitchen

http://technicolorkitcheninenglish.blogspot.com/

Patricia Scarpin is the author of Technicolor Kitchen. All the recipes posted here have been prepared, styled and photographed by her. She has a passion for sweet recipes so there are many on this site. The Eggnog ice cream definitely looks yummy!

Buckwheat thumbprints with fig preserves - food that looks pretty
by noreply@blogger.com (Patricia Scarpin) about 3 years ago
Courgette and feta fritters, a crazy trailer and a versatile young actor
by noreply@blogger.com (Patricia Scarpin) about 3 years ago

The Kitchn

http://www.thekitchn.com/

The Kitchn has all your needs having to do with the main gathering room of a home, the kitchen. From up-to-date pans and utensils to home decorating and recipes. This is a great site with a wealth of information and resources for all your cravings!

The Best Kitchen Storage: Mismatched Jars or Brand New Containers? — Apartment Therapy
by Cambria Bold over 3 years ago
Vegan Ideas for Using My Stash of Fruit Preserves? — Good Questions
by Anjali Prasertong over 3 years ago

The Paupered Chef

http://thepauperedchef.com/

Nick Kindelsperger and Blake Royer are the authors of this food blog. They live in Chicago and have a love for cooking and writing about food. They have a saying, "Cheap is Chic," and are always on the look out for great, cheap food in the Chicago area. So if you plan visit Chicago, read this blog first and get ready for a real treat!


The Wednesday Chef

http://www.thewednesdaychef.com/

The Wednesday Chef is written by me, Luisa Weiss. I'm a writer and home cook and I live in Berlin, Germany. I used to live in New York City, where I edited cookbooks and blogged and ran around gaping at the wonders of the world around me. But in the fall of 2009, I moved back to Berlin, where I was born, to live with my husband Max and write full-time.

Cooking for Hugo: Healthy Muffins
by Luisa over 3 years ago
Megan Gordon's Whole-Grain Mornings
by Luisa over 3 years ago

Traveler's Lunchbox

http://www.travelerslunchbox.com/

Melissa, the author of this great blog, has lived all over the world from New Orleans to Singapore. She writes and photographs her experiences including her culinary finds. Great photos of very delicious looking foods.


Vanilla Garlic

http://www.vanillagarlic.com/

Garrett McCord is a food writer and pastry chef and loves the sweeter things in life. He's all about the good stuff we eat after the meal... you guessed it, dessert! He is exploring what we eat for dessert, why we eat it and what it shows about us. Dessert may be last, but it is never least.

Cookbook Tour Advice: Rhubarb Scones
by Garrett McCord over 3 years ago
Unknown?: Port Royal Sugar Cookies
by Garrett McCord over 3 years ago

Vegan Yum Yum

http://veganyumyum.com/

The photo of The Avocado Wasabi Salad pictured on this blog is absolutely beautiful. Throughout this site the food pictures are accompanied with detailed recipes to make it easy to duplicate these delectable dishes.