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Food & Cooking

Food & Cooking

  • Whether you are interested in re-creating American classics or foods of the world, our blog offers insights on new trends in food preparation, including the farm to table movement, buying organic foods, vegan and vegetarian options, cooking for clean eating.

  • Lil’ Sweet, Spice, & Advice

    A Lil’ Sweet, Spice, & Advice is a real food, holistic health, and natural living lifestyle blog from the viewpoint of a 20-something autoimmune disease fighter. On a mission to teach people that healthy, real foods are scrumptious as well as nutritious to the body. Readers will find healthier dessert recipes, nutritious savory recipes, and advice on how to take the right steps on their path to greater health by choosing better skincare products as well as household products!

  • Creative Living with Bren Haas

    Creative Living with Bren Haas is a website filled with unique tips to help you live healthier indoors and out. Bren Haas’ site is the home of the largest online gardening community. Connect, share and grow features a weekly podcast, twitter chat, magazine and how to videos.

  • The Kitchen Garten

    Goodness grows anywhere, including your own backyard! The Kitchen Garten is committed to helping beginning and experienced gardeners alike turn their backyard, patio, or any sized space into a fresh and productive garden. With gardening tips and instructional posts, as well as garden-fresh recipes, The Kitchen Garten show you how to use what you have to grow your own kitchen garden.

  • I Am A Food Blog


    Cooking, eating, recipes, sunday brunch, travel – these are only some of the categories you can find on I Am A Food Blog. This blog has a mission to get readers excited about kitchen and food, through entertaining stories, awesome food design, healthy and tasty recipes and much more.

  • Three Little Figs

    Three Little Figs is a food blog featuring my own original recipes. A few disclaimers: I am not a professional chef. Period. Also, despite the countless science courses I have taken over the years, I am no chemist in the kitchen. My recipes are not an exact science, because, like I said, cooking is an escape from the everyday grind for me! I think my recipes are pretty tasty, but they are absolutely meant to be altered to match YOUR taste.

  • Half Baked Harvest


    This is a source of unique and super-tasty recipes, from Coconut Honey Lime Filipino Chicken Adobo Skewers to Mocha Caramel Crunch Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars. You can find some healthy food, indulgent desserts, delicious and cozy food and best of all – chocolate is a must ingredient on Half Baked Harvest.

  • Love And Lemons


    Love And Lemons is about vegetarian, healthy, seasonal food. Jeanine loves fresh food, that comes with a squeeze of lemon at the end. Hence the name. She and her husband run this blog, sharing the cooking tips and beautiful photography and since they are travel addicts, their recipes are mostly inspired by those experiences.

  • A Cozy Kitchen


    A Cozy Kitchen is a blog for real foodies and people who enjoy every single bite of their food. Having a Latin-American background, you can see Adrianne’s recipes are inspired by her origin. You can find traditional Peruvian and Colombian recipes, but also bunch of mash-ups, cakes, pastries, pies.

  • Bakerella


    If you are looking for a fun and easy baking, Bakerella is the right fit for you! It’s a great place to explore lots of different desserts, decorating, recipes and much more. This blog is a heaven for sweets’ lovers and perfect antidote to the afternoon sugar crash. Angie will show you how to make everything by following her simple steps, from Pineapple Mango Cupcakes to Caramel Apple Oreo Cookie Pops.

  • Green Kitchen Stories


    A great source of recipes and food for vegetarians and those who like green, clean, healthy eating. David, Luise and Elsa eat healthy and simple food made with natural ingredients, whole grains, good fats, lots of fruits and vegetables. We suggest you to try Herb and Pistachio Falafel or Korean Kimchi Wraps – not only Davide and Luise recommend them, but these recipes are definitely one of the best on Green Kitchen Stories.

  • Sprouted Kitchen


    Looking for recipes that use seasonal ingredients, with an intention to not overcomplicate natural foods? You are at the right place! The recipes are straight forward, adaptable and full of color and flavour and they will make your food taste good, using whole grains, healthy fats and natural sugar alternatives. From appetizers and salads to pantry staples, gluten free food and beverages, Sprouted Kitchen is a great blog to follow.

  • Noghlemey


    Noghlemey is a term used in ancient times in Iran to refer to small dishes of sweets, savories and fruits that accompanied wine drinking. You can find authentic, well-balanced Persian food and interesting stories about ingredients that are being used in Persian cuisine. Noghlemey tells the stories of cardamom and roses, pistachio and saffron rice, yogurt and turmeric, reshteh and quinoa and much more.

  • Cafe Neo

    Africa is the birthplace of coffee. Despite this, the majority of coffee produced in Africa is exported, with lower grade coffees imported for local consumption. Cafe Neo embodies a new approach to coffee on the African continent – a new world if you like.
    Cafe Neo – celebrating the return of coffee to its African roots, one cup at a time.

  • 101 Cookbooks


    This blog is about cooking with whole, natural foods. Heidi write her recipes thanks to being inspired by her everyday life, travels, interests, life etc. Not only she has lots of written recipes, she also has her YouTube channel, with one minute video recipes, vegan and vegetarian recipe videos. And of course, healthy eating should always include healthy desserts, which is exactly what you can expect from 101 Cookbooks.

  • Alexandra Cooks


    We guarantee you’ll love every single dish from Alexandra Cooks! Be prepared for seasonal and gorgeous recipes, stories, tips, trick, ideas! Alexandra’s goal is to make you love cooking and enjoy every part of it. Try not to lick the screen while clicking through this blog!

  • No Recipes


    Marc can teach you basic cooking techniques while inspiring you to have fun and enjoy the kitchen! No Recipes is a great Japanese food blog, where you can find real and authentic Japanese recipes, such as Miso Glazed Eggplant and oyakodon or soy milk panna cotta with black sugar sauce. If you are looking for amazing, less known recipes, this is the right blog for you!

  • The Woks of Life

    The Woks of Life is run by four food enthusiasts who are sharing his experiences through this blog. Their authentic recipes are passed on from generation to generation, but they also frequently experiment with recipes, mixing the best out of different cuisines. From spicy beef noodle soup to Hainanese chicken rice, you’ll enjoy these recipes!

  • Coffee Blog

    If you love coffee but have no clue what a coffee cherry looks like, think espresso is just a strong small shot of coffee, have no idea that altitude makes a difference to the taste of coffee, and are clueless about the poverty level in most of the areas that luxury drink is grown, Coffee Blog is a web destination you simply must visit!

  • Minimalist Baker


    Dana creates simple but delicious recipes that require less than ten ingredients or less, or less than 30 minutes to prepare. She focuses on the quality and many of her recipes are dairy and/or gluten free. She also believes that everyone can benefit from incorporating more plants into their diets, which is the message she likes to promote. From desserts to healthy entrees, Minimalist Baker is ideal blog for everyone are into clean, healthy eating.

  • The Royal Brew


    As for many people, Chad’s passion for coffee started in college, as a necessity for those late nights spent studying. Eventually, t grew into an affectionate obsession. Chad enjoys trying different coffees and brewing methods at home, along with stopping into as many local coffee joints as he can. He likes reading about coffee, both informative & humorous, as well as talking about it… so it seems like a natural progression that he writes about all things coffee. And trust us, his coffeewriting is amazing!

  • Greg Fly

    What started as a digital scrapbook of family recipes requested on a regular basis from Greg Fleischaker’s children has grown into a larger and more in-depth look at his food choices of which ingredients to use, and why.  Follow along as Greg analyzes his past cooking habits and brings them in line with his family’s current desire to be healthy and free from conventional dietary dogma as they work towards both nutritious as well as delicious.

  • Coffee Origins Travel

    Coffee Origins Travel is the first bespoke independent event and holiday maker designed for coffee lovers by coffee lovers in coffee regions & cities. They create unique workshops, road trips and city trips for you to enjoy your passion – 100% guaranteed, 100%!  Their moto? “We travel where there is coffee and where there is coffee we travel”

  • Queen Bean

    Coffee with the Queen is Queen Bean Coffee Company’s official blog. Covering a wide range of topics –  from tenchical write-ups to coffee profiles to fun coffee-based recipes, Coffee with the Queen’s goal is to strengthen the bond betweeen the bean and the brewer.

  • Gastronomy by Joy

    Gastronomy by Joy is a blog about a mom to four who shares her healthy kitchen experiments, their family travels, restaurant and product reviews and just about anything that could inspire fellow foodies and moms into having a blissful life despite the many challenges of momhood.
  • You Should Grow

    At You Should Grow, we believe that life is better homegrown. Our mission is to help everyone experience the joy of gardening and becoming more self-sufficient. On this blog, you’ll find encouragement, ideas, and inspiration for growing food, cooking, raising farm animals, kids on a homestead, home remedies, and much more.

  • Hort Zone

    Most gardening and horticultural sites are written by scholars who lack a practical feel of what affects the common gardener. Hort Zone was launched back in 2016 to address this latent need. Since then, the blog has established as a robust source of practical information aimed at taking any gardener or farmer from point A to Z as they perfect their craft. Hort Zone’s slogan has always been gardening solutions made for you, the gardener!

  • Thyme for Cooking

    Thyme for Cooking is about gardening, cooking and life in France. Cooking for two can be a challenge – it’s easy to make too much food. All of my recipes are designed for two (or two with planned leftovers) but are easily modified for 4, 6 or more. I grow most of my own vegetables so my recipes use fresh, seasonal ingredients. I don’t use packaged or prepared foods with the exception of pantry staples like ketchup and mustard, as well as vegetables requiring advanced planning, like kidney or white beans. My recipes are easy; the result are delicious.

  • The Grow Network

    The Grow Network is the premier community of people making our own medicine; growing, wild crafting, and preserving our own food; and becoming extraordinarily healthy. We publish in-depth, original—and, above all, useful—content in the areas of gardening, homesteading, and home medicine. Our articles are authentic, written by bloggers who are living this lifestyle and sharing from their own experiences. We are open to all religions, diets, and political parties, and we grow food for many reasons, including health, spirituality, preparedness … and just for fun! Join us, won’t you? And let’s learn how to grow food and medicine, together!

  • Stagetecture.com

    Stagetecture.com provides visitors with information and inspiration to create the relaxing haven they’ve always dreamed of calling home. This established lifestyle blog is dedicated to helping readers master the art of living well by providing home maintenance information, organizational ideas, decorating inspiration, and great recipes.

  • Coffee or Bust

    If you’re looking for objective reviews on the best coffee beans, coffee makers, and other related home barista equipment, look no further than Coffee or Bust! Greg Haver founded Coffee or Bust to be a one-stop blog for coffee lovers and enthusiasts. It features in-depth brewing guides, creative recipes, and articles tackling many of the FAQs people have about coffee. Everyone who enjoys a great cup of coffee needs to check this site out now!

     

  • Pebble & Pine

    The Pebble and Pine Fresh Roasted Coffee blog. Celebrating coffee from around the world with fun facts, industry news, information about new coffee beans and coffee products and just general chat about all things coffee. Learn about the coffee production process, the various origins and countries where coffee is grown and the people involved. Grab a cup of coffee, settle back and enjoy!

  • Happy Happy Vegan

    Happy Happy Vegan is a handy online resource for anyone interested in the vegan lifestyle. We’re focused on giving readers actionable tips, guides, and resources that will help them improve their wellbeing and make the world a better place to live for all of its inhabitants. By creating content in a friendly, easy-to-understand style, we aim to provide prospective vegans with information that will help them transition to a plant-based diet in a safe and healthy way. We’re also committed to existing vegans as well, providing them with helpful articles and recipes that will foster a community spirit and continued passion for the vegan lifestyle. Come and check us out!

  • Just Coffee Maker

    In my blog, I share my expertise and help you with your coffee-struggles. I can read coffee like the back of my hand and brew it like it is in coffee shops. One of the things you’ll notice in our blog is that it isn’t the biggest blog on the planet – which was our whole point. We don’t want you to get lost in a sea full of irrelevant information. Instead, we want you to easily navigate the coffee-related reviews, guides, tips, and tutorials available here.
  • Black Powder Roasting

    Responsibly Harvested. Craft Roasted. Small batch coffee bean roaster of prime shade grown at high elevations from many origins. Based in Mooresville, North Carolina, BPR focuses on the right roast of the right bean with proper storage before and after roasting. Best coffee beans; Craft Roasted Daily.

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