Our Favorite Bloggers
CONFESSIONS OF A CULINARY DIVA
Culinary Worlds Collide When Country Girl Meets Big City Guy, by Christy Majors
Christy is a food enthusiast, wine aficionado, Food Network/Cooking Channel fanatic, and cookbook bibliomaniac. She is an outstanding writer, has a penchant for capturing the essence of a meal, a book or a moment, and takes you there with her. She features all tastes of food, drinks, travel, destinations and good reads on her website. You will be charmed by her posts!
SPICED PEACH BLOG
A Spice Road of Food and Friendship, by Peggy Gilbey McMackin
Peggy's blog, Spiced Peach, is about everything related to food and is an open invitation to feast at her table. Over the years, Peggy has made many friends around the world, and as she says "these friendships all began in one simple way -- food." It was at the homes of so many goodhearted individuals who generously shared their tables, their food, their celebrations, and their cultures, and in doing so, gave her friendships beyond what she could have ever dreamed. Visit Peggy's blog to share in her love of these new and delicious foods.
A NEW YORK FOODIE
Eat Food with Lots of Colors, by Sandi Poznanski
Sandi is the food and cookbook lover behind A New York Foodie. Even though she's had no formal cooking training, she has been in kitchens since her childhood -- learning early on by watching her mother and grandmother. She loves to watch food shows on TV and does a lot of experimenting. You can read all about her kitchen explorations in her blog -- and share in her passion for fresh fruits and vegetables. As Sandi says, "The colors of the fresh produce are so vibrant and alive with vitamins and minerals that are so good for us. We should definitely eat foods with colors!" We should all take that to heart.
FOOD AND FOND MEMORIES
Musing on Life, Love and Travel in the Pursuit of Good Eating, by Sandra Axelrod
Relax, take a break, and enjoy Sandy’s culinary journey. She entices new foodie friends to come along on her labor of love. Her website caps an artistic career of interior, fashion, and jewelry design and a family business, “Affairs to Remember Catering” in Palm Beach, Florida. Now she blogs, cooks, photographs food and is working on writing a cookbook and memoir.
OC FOOD DIVA
Culinary Researcher and Freelance Food Writer, by Chelsea Madren
Chelsea is a foodie fanatic based in Orange County, CA with 11 years experience in restaurants — from kitchen to service to menu and restaurant design. With an adventurous appetite, Chelsea scours the country for great eats.
MY BURNING KITCHEN
Food Obsessed in San Diego, by Darlene Horn
I've known Darlene and her husband, Paul, for years. Darlene's a Renaissance woman; she writes, edits, designs, and can manage multiple projects, large and small, from beginning to end. She began her blog in 2005 to document her food journeys in San Diego and points in between. On occasion, Paul, a syndicated cartoonist and infographics journalist will do a guest post when she's feeling lazy, uninspired or if he just wants to talk about his love of fish sandwiches. Darlene's got an awesome book, "The Girl with The Donut Tattoo," illustrated by Paul. You can buy a copy of it here.
SIMPLY MINI MEALS
Small in Size, Big in Taste, by Julie Knowles
Julie hunts down recipes for mini meals and provide tips and support for those on the Take Shape for Life (powered by Medifast) journey. The premise of Take Shape For Life is eating 6 small meals every 2-3 hours each day. So Julie's goal is to provide simple, healthy and low-calorie recipes in small amounts that allow you to eat more frequently during the day, and who doesn’t love to eat!