We’d like to introduce to you some of our favorite foodies from around the world. We will routinely feature some of their tastiest recipes in our collection. We hope you enjoy their creations as much as we do!
You can see all Featured Foodie creations here – Featured Foodie Recipes
Jenny, a student, snowboarder, amateur chef, and creator of Savour the Senses brings a super positive attitude to cooking and finds inspiration through the senses!
A Couple in the Kitchen creates unique, award winning recipes and posts them using a nice, personal touch offering you a glimpse of their lives as foodies!
Chrystal and Amir are “two folks who like all things about food–talking about it, learning about it, teaching others about it and, of course, cooking it. They dish up food and dish about food, hence The Duo Dishes.”
Based in London, Ontario, a veteran vegetarian for 21 years serves up a collection of delicious culinary creations from her kitchen, with an emphasis on spicy Indian dishes. If you want to know what sensible vegetarians eat, Lisa’s Kitchen is the place to be.”
Nami shares her family’s quick and easy Japanese home cooking recipes on Just One Cookbook.
Lauren creates recipes for Healthy Delicious with a focus on limiting processed food and refined carbs and eating lots of fresh, in-season fruits and vegetables and whole grains. She does all this keeping one thing in mind: “if it isn’t delicious, it isn’t worth eating”!
Deeba is quite Passionate About Baking! She lives in India, where baking isn’t too prevalent, and so she enjoys the challenge of finding substitute ingredients that make her dishes unique. And her images are stunning!
Laura, a mother of 3, started her award-winning blog, Real Mom Kitchen, in 2008 as a way to showcase her passion for cooking. She’s published a cookbook and always “keeps it real in the kitchen”!
“In a Teeny Tiny Kitchen in Northern Vermont, Launie and Jedd sate their appetites with homemade meals and a love of local ingredients. If you’re looking for simple recipes to use up an abundance of seasonal ingredients or looking for something more adventurous, they know from experience that you can do it all in a small space – and with fresh, healthy ingredients.”
Find “recipes and ramblings of a biker chick” at The Kitchen Witch, one of the coolest food bloggers around! She “cooks mostly simple comfort foods with an occasional endeavor into the complex and exotic”.
Cynthia, with Tastes Like Home, has published a yummy Caribbean cookbook! If that doesn’t scream passion and dedication, we don’t know what does!