7 Fantastic Blogs For Food Lovers
If you're getting tired of eating the same foods over and over all the time, it's probably a safe bet that the rest of your household is pretty sick of your old standbys as well. You can up your game by checking out these blogs, which offer not only recipes, but new techniques you can try to really wow those tough critics at the dinner table. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
7 Blogs for Delicious Recipes and Food Tips
Easy Oatmeal Prune Bars from Kroll's Korner
Helpful Resources for Those Looking to Eat Less Meat
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Tips & Tricks for Vegetarians & Vegans
- Get some vegetarian & vegan cookbooks, so you don't have to modify recipes and have plenty of dishes to choose from.
- Experiment with how you prepare tofu. It has a bad reputation, but it can be a great component of a meal if it's flavored and cooked right.
- Stock up on vegan snacks. Just because you're on a plant-based diet doesn't mean you can't have fun with your food.
- Consider a meatless diet for your dog, although of course you should talk to a vet before making this major change.
- It's not hard to get the protein you need from whole foods, but if you're a body builder or just concerned about protein intake, try mixing a vegan protein powder into a shake or smoothie.
- If you're making this change for health reasons, remember to create sustainable habits so that you don't lose steam after a week or two.
Balsamic Sausages & Peppers by Zen of Slow Cooking
Food is always a great way to bring people together, whether through sharing a meal or passing along a favorite recipe. For foodies seeking new and exciting ways to explore cuisine, here, in no particular order, are blogs that highlight distinctive fare, from the exotic to the classic.
Starting off the list at #1 is How to Cook Good Food, founded by Laura Scott, a private chef, supper club host, and tutor. She writes about the importance of cooking, and shares kitchen memories, favorite recipes, and seasonal meal ideas. Popular Christmas menus include Parmigiano Reggiano Bites, Truffled Parsnip Soup, and Spanish Turron Tiramisu.
Scott hosts The Epsom Supper Club at her home for small groups. Themed gatherings include a Vegan Valentine's dinner and networking with other aspiring cooks. She also conducts pop up bake clubs to encourage children in the kitchen. Kids learn to make such items as cinnamon rolls, marble cake, and chocolate chip cookies.
Kids learn to make such items as cinnamon rolls, marble cake, and chocolate chip cookies.
In the #2 spot is Kroll's Korner, which features recipes with a healthy twist, such as Chocolate Chip Muesli Cookies, Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins, and Winter Blood Orange Salad. Founder Tawnie Graham received the 2019 Registered Young Dietitian of the Year Award from the California Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Central Valley District.
Kroll's Korner partners with major brands to develop recipes, including Quaker, a2 Milk, and Vital Farms. Among its most popular posts are Black Bean Avocado Brownies, Vegan Chocolate Mousse, and Asian Style Butter Lettuce Wraps. The media coverage it has received includes NBC News, Reader's Digest, The Fresno Bee, and Men's Journal.
At #3 is Building Feasts, run by Hanna Geller Goldsmith and Jeremy Coleman. It focuses on how to make food inviting and achievable with any level of culinary skill. It includes such recipes as Tahini Blondies, North African Fish Stew, and The Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich. It also offers tips on preparing grains and how to compile Fridge Basics in order to quickly cook from scratch.
It includes such recipes as Tahini Blondies, North African Fish Stew, and The Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich.
Goldsmith hosts cooking classes at her home, based around a themed demonstration, such as summer entertaining, how to build a burger, and side dishes. Its Supper Clubs feature seasonal menus such as spring feasts and Thanksgiving dinner. It has been featured in British Vogue, Monocle, and The Jewish Chronicle.
Entering the list at #4 is Trail Cooking. It provides recipes for backpacking meals via its Freezer Bag Cooking system. Food is prepared at home using dried ingredients and put into zip top baggies for use during hiking or camping trips. Blackberry Green Beans, Alfredo Mashers, Cherry Chicken Couscous, and Bacon and Cheese Pasta, are among the featured dishes.
The blog also offers tips for using the One Pot Method, which is designed to eliminate the use of multiple pieces of cookware. Among the meals are Asian Inspired Chicken and Veggies, Tortilla Pan Pizza, and Spaghetti Carbonara. It also features tricks for dehydrating food, and tutorials for such items as Cashew Kale Chips, Zucchini Gummy Candies, and Kiwi Fruit Leather.
The blog also offers tips for using the One Pot Method, which is designed to eliminate the use of multiple pieces of cookware.
Coming in at #5 is Divine Taste. It features sattvic recipes, which are devoid of meat, fish, eggs, alcohol, onion, and garlic. Some of its popular dishes include Jam Biscuits, Vegetarian Thai Green Curry, and Semolina Potatoes. Creator Anushruti RK, a food writer and nutrition advisor based in Mumbai, India, has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and Grazia.
RK offers masterclasses and workshops under a wide range of topics related to Ayurvedic meals, eggless baking, and dishes for the eastern and western seasons. The blog also features quick cooking ideas such as Spicy Baked Okra, Coconut Cookies, Instant Cucumber Pickle, and Tomato and Basil Soup.
At #6 is Gourmet Deconstructed. Founder Justice Stewart, a New York City chef, began his career in the construction industry. He specializes in using the sous vide method, which seals food in a pouch or container and cooks it at low temperatures. Among his recipes that use this approach are Espresso Rubbed Prime Rib Roast and Pan Seared Duck Breast with Pomegranate Dressing.
He specializes in using the sous vide method, which seals food in a pouch or container and cooks it at low temperatures.
A popular feature on the blog is Meatless Mondays, which highlights vegetarian dishes. Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread, Greek Style Stuffed Tomatoes, and Honey Glazed Carrots are favorites. Stewart is the author of Mastering the Art of Sous Vide Cooking. The National Black Chef's Association recognized him as the first African American to write a cookbook on the subject.
Wrapping up the list at #7 is Zen of Slow Cooking, which focuses on helping home cooks by providing recipes that feature its certified non GMO spice blends. Dishes are categorized by type of protein, cooking method, prep time, and cuisine type. Favorites include Quick Enchilada Bowls, Squash and Black Bean Chili, and Sausage and White Bean Casserole.
The blog offers tips on how to use a slow cooker, plant based eating, and back to school dinner fixes. Its spices, which include such flavors as Provencale, Southwest Fiesta, and Indian Dal, can be found in Whole Foods and Walmart. It has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Gourmet News, and Women's Health.