La Buena Vida is a stunning, modern, photo journal of her everyday life and recipes. A self-described graphic designer, photographer and Britophile from Belgium, she’s devouring cookbooks dating back as far as the 14th century and having high tea with the locals – if you’re interested in a truly British take on food culture, biscuits and aged whiskey – you’re in for a treat. With over 400 recipes on the site, everyone is sure to find one that they must make tonight, such as Raw Almond Butter Cups or Rad Rainbow Raw Pad Thai. She’s very forthright that a vegan diet may not be for everyone, but wants to debunk the myth that vegan food is tasteless, boring or inaccessible.This is meant to be a space that shows you how; she wants everything to prove easy to replicate in any kitchen with any pantry items, despite your prowess in the kitchen.
Her photos are dreamy and gorgeous, a great imagination boost when you can’t figure out what you have hankering for: the misty hills of the south – or something resembling a galette. Hipster Food – This is the joint effort of Cara and Bob when they decided to go vegan in 2010 as a way to document, explore, and learn more about their new food culture world view, and re-learning how to cook in a healthy way. Whether he’s writing, fishing, hunting, farming or foraging, he’s reminding his readers of more traditional way of coming by our daily food. It’s for inspiration at the end of a long workday, parents at home with kids, novice cooks who want to get more comfortable in the kitchen. Iowa Girl Eats – Kristin has been an Iowa Girl for more than 20 years.
They’re passionate advocates for a whole foods, plant based diet, so you won’t find much processed … She knows the rhythms and livelihood that make those kitchens tick – and she’s out to free Iowa from it’s “boring” wrap and show others how to embrace the boons of eating locally and eating well.
Both a personal and creative enterprise, Cook Republic shares and celebrates real food, recipes to nourish your soul, cookbook reviews, photography and food styling. Dash & Bella: Cooking With Two Kids – 15 years after Phyllis gave up working in pastry at some of NCYs hottest spots – after tiring quickly of sugar — she began “Dash and Bella,” for her son & daughter.
With a focus on cooking with and for children, her blog includes photos, step-by-step instructions, food preparation tips, and her own recipes for cooking delicious, seasonal, and healthful meals.
A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history.