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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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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!
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 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!
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!
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.
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!
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 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”