This homespun vegetarian recipe blog ranks among our top five for its kid-friendly menu and convenient recipe index. Supriya, originally from Bangalore, India, shares a dizzying variety of cultural delights from her own kitchen in stylish fashion.
Not your average guy. Seattleite Michael Natkin is a software-engineer with a secret life as a gourmet chef and culinary expert. Michael brings his award-winning recipes and culinary techniques to your kitchen via his online recipe gallery.
The Chubby Vegetarianhttp://www.chubbyvegetarian.blogspot.com/
Photojournalist Jason Fox Burks shows his many talents in his foodie blogs--our favorite is the Chubby Vegetarian. Slick, artsy photography makes even the simplest, most mundane menu items look irresistible. Easy, everyday dishes from Jason’s personal recipe file.
The Picky Eaterhttp://pickyeaterblog.com/
This veggie poster started her blog as a way to share healthy recipes and tips while recording her adventures experimenting with making meals her husband would also enjoy cooking healthy meals that my husband would enjoy. It has evolved into a lifestyle blog with a focus on health--with a personal touch.
The New Vegetarianhttp://robincooksveg.wordpress.com/
Acclaimed culinary expert and cookbook author Robin Asbell hosts what amounts to an online cooking school. Her articles and recipes have appeared in publications like Health Magazine, Today’s Health and Wellness Magazine, and Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. Tons of cooking and nutrition tips.
&amp;quot;When Veggie met Meatie&amp;quot;--a vegetarian's survival guide to keeping it green when your better half keeps shouting 'where's the beef???&amp;quot; This insightful blogger approaches meal planning with a sense of humor and an iron oven mitt. Lots of fun and lots of good ideas.
The Traveling Chefhttp://wellonwheels.blogspot.com/
Mary Lawrence is a trained chef and culinary expert who has made it her personal mission to live and eat in harmony with the world around her. She owns and operates Well on Wheels, a personal chef/catering business on the east coast. For gourmet recipes anyone can manage, this is the place.
Daksha's vegetarian recipes worldhttp://mycookingdiarys.blogspot.com
I have too many interests , I love cooking, but i don't like to cook same food every day, when i came to Thailand with my husband i have enough time to learn and fulfill my all interests, so i try to make different type of dishes and come out with some good dish.this experience encourage me to try more and sharing with my friends. As i believe that "knowledge increases by sharing" . i also learn knitting, embroidery (I thanks to my google guru i didn't know abcd of Knitting,Crotch. ), watching TV, reading. I also manage the usual roles (wife, mother, sister, daughter) reasonably well…naturally, I am not on top all the time. I do the best I can…I feel strongly about equal opportunities for all.
Holistic Gals Thinny Recipeshttp://thinnyrecipes.blogspot.com
Holistic Gals 'Thinny' Recipes! Here you will find healthy 'Thinny' Vegan and Vegetarian recipes! I am also a Nutritional Consultant, so if you have any nutrition questions, please feel free to post them on my Nutritional Q&A page! I enjoy the medicinal benefits of herbs, and what better way to incorporate them into your daily life, then by cooking with them!
My blog is recipe-based, but I also share my favorite products, favorite websites, online articles, family life...just about anything goes. I love finding recipes and putting an All-American Vegetarian twist to them. Our family is a mix of eaters. I follow a plant-based diet (not strict vegan), my children are vegetarians, and my husband is supportive and appreciative. We want to live with awareness and raise our children to be generous, thoughtful and kind.