Lunch time can’t come fast enough! Get inspired to cook something new for dinner tonight with a few fabulous food blogs. Whether you’re in the mood for a sweet treat to enjoy on the couch with a glass of wine or a hearty plant-based meal, there’s something for everyone here.
Heart Beet Kitchen
Amanda created the most wonderful blog dedicated to preparing meals with fresh, simple, in season ingredients. Her whole blog is dedicated to nourishing your body and what we can eat that will make us feel good (plus keep us full and happy throughout the day). We really enjoy her unique creations and her website is packed full of recipes for you to try. Try her miso butter roasted carrots, smoked salmon eggs Benedict with avocado sauce, and her lemon cardamom meatballs with pine nuts and garlic tahini sauce.
The Polka Dotter
Meet Salma. She loves baking and she’s here to share her culinary adventures with you as she creates beautiful treats like spiced orange pistachio cakes with fresh figs and ginger syrup or marbled chocolate coffee cake with salted caramel. Beware if you’re someone who craves sugar.. you’re going to be running to your local bakery to pick up creme brûlée or find yourself sitting on the kitchen floor devouring cookie dough at the end of the day after looking at her beautiful creations.
Spoon Fork Bacon
Meet Jenny and Teri. Jenny prefers salty to sweet, was a vegetarian for a few years, went to culinary school, and could eat an old fashioned doughnut every single morning for breakfast. Teri loves pizza and thinks hot dogs are amazing. She loves podcasts and enjoys signature dances that involve finger wagging and wiggling. These two spunky girls are here to bring you Spoon Fork Bacon. We’re hungry already looking at their honey poison baby back ribs, chipotle lime chilaquiles, and spinach and artichoke stuffed beignets. This food is rich, savory, and will hit the spot if you need a comfort meal.
Agnes Shrill Hagen spends days cooking with her little Chihuahua and learning more about herself through her creations. She explores self-care and nourishment through her recipes. Try some of her creations including mediterranean tacos with roasted vegetables, örtguacamole, spicy chickpeas, feta & pomegranate, risotto with caramelized fennel and mushrooms misofräst, and summer tacos with smokey pulled oats, spicy pepper sauce, halloumi, zucchini & strawberries. Her recipes incorporate fresh flavor combinations that we really enjoy.
Looking for plant-based recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl, or 30 minutes or less to prepare? The Minimalist Baker has got you covered. Even for you carnivores out there, the Minimalist Baker will leave you craving veggies after scrolling through her beautiful website. Mix up your weekly routine and try her Cauliflower Vegan Banh Mi Sandwich, Black Bean Plantain Enchilada Bake, Shawarma Roasted Cauliflower Steak, or her Classic Vegan Falafel. She has a great combination of sweet and savory recipes to choose from so there’s a dish for every occasion.
The Feed Feed
This is a community of chefs sharing their creations. Their goal is to connect home cooks, chefs, bloggers, and all of you at home through cooking and spending time in the kitchen. You can spend hours on their website looking at recipes to try in your kitchen at home. Try crispy chicken thighs and bourbon blueberry compote, grapefruit orange shaved radicchio and fennel salad, sprouted quinoa and ramp sliders with garlic cucumber slaw, or fresh fig tarts with rosemary crust. We know you’ll be inspired!