Naomi Devlin is out to show the world that there’s no reason why a gluten-less baked good need be anything less than flaky, chewy perfection.
She’s even teaching at gluten-free workshops at River Cottage HQ near Bristol, England. How Sweet Eats – Meet Jessica – the girl who’s “frenemy” with the vegetable world, smitten with Bacon and overjoyed with chocolate-anything!
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.
How could your ignore this most scrumptious of kitchen parties? Food Republic – This is a collaborative food site for “every man” because the creators believe that men are “under-served in today’s conversation about food” just as much as they believe that food is art. For the Love of the South – Amber has Cajun Country in her blood, she’s explored Texas’ bold food traditions, along with Alabama and Tennessee, and Florida’s eastern oceanic cuisine. They never fail to offer a story alongside their recipe that tells what makes this dish especially pure, simple, and delicious.