I have been busy getting ready for my cooking classes ( To everyone who has contacted me about them, thank you for the interest! Just make sure that you have “reserved” a spot in the class!). So today, instead of sharing a new recipe, I thought I would do something I’ve been wanting to do for a while.
I love getting new blogs to follow and discovering new people, especially those related to food and health. But I often don’t have the time to blog shop to find those rare gems. And maybe you all feel the same too. So let’s share with each other!
What cooking/health/recipe blogs do you follow that you like a lot?
I’ll start with just a few of the blogs in my RSS.
First, all of the blogs part of Real Food Media are informative, inspiring and also have great recipes.
Elana’s Pantry is a beautiful site devoted to grain free desserts. She uses agave syrup, which I no longer use, but that’s easy to change! Her baked goods are based off of almond flour.
For beautiful and often simple dishes using quality ingredients, I turn to 101 Cookbooks. It’s a vegetarian blog, but that works for me since we often eat vegetarian food too!
Stephanie, from Keeper of the Home, shares a lot of great information on health related topics, recipes, and life as a mother of two( with another on the way!) from a Christian perspective.
Let’s see, who else?
Two blogs who use the same word, “Nourishing” in their title like mine, include two lovely blogs, Nourishing Days and Nourished Kitchen. Can you tell who we were all inspired by?
So there are a few of the blogs that I follow, now how about you? What cooking/ health blogs do you like? Anyone have a good paleo recipe blog to recommend?
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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One of my favorites is simplyhealthful.blogspot.com. 🙂
My All time favorite food blog is Nourishing Gourmet! LOL 🙂 I don’t have a lot of free computer time to read blogs so I have to be pretty picky which ones I spend my time reading…but really yours is great…you do such a great job & bless us with so many great healthy recipes..We love your recipes so much & use them often. I really think you should put out a cookbook of all your recipes! Until then I have printed a lot of your recipes for us to use 🙂 Thanks for ALL your hard work. I am in a season with a house full of little ones, homeschooling, & living in the country that right now I just don’t have time to play around much with recipes, but have a deep passion to feed the family healthy, so your recipes bless us! Thank you again! Jessica O.
Well… sadly, yours is the only one I actually have bookmarked for “instant” access… 🙂 But Kelly the Kitchen Kop, Cheeseslave (although I always feel so intimidated by her! ;)), Local Nourishment is great for local, in-season recipes, and of course, when I’m in a pinch, Allrecipes.com does a wonder for “What ELSE can I do with leeks?!” moments. 🙂
I have a lot of favorites I view daily:
The Nourishing Gourmet
Gluten Free Goddess
Becky and the Beanstock
I like CarrotsNCake.com
I like mine (lol!) and yours, and also Heavenly Homemakers http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/blog/
Michelle @ Find Your Balance
I’m also a huge fan of 101cookbooks! Other favorites:
Meghan (Making Love In The Kitchen)
I love Diets, Desserts and Dogs for great simple recipes, Karina’s Kitchen which is all gluten free… and mine of course 😉
Alison @ Hospitality Haven
Of course, I’m partial to my own blog, but I also check out a few others that I list in my blogroll! Feel free to take a look.
Kari @ Eating Simply
I have several:
Smitten Kitchen for unbelievable photography -(www.smittenkitchen.com);
Smoky Mountain Cafe for home cooking – (smokymountaincafe.blogspot.com);
The Transplanted Baker for beautiful photos and recipes from Norway (www.transplantedbaker.blogspot.com);
Thistle Garden for thoughts on cooking and gardening from Canada (www.life-at-thistlegarden.blogspot.com);
And of course my own, Eating Simply for nutritious, frugal recipes at (www.frugalhomecooking.blogspot.com)
Kari @ Eating Simply
Oh, and how could I forget An Hour in the Kitchen (www.anhourinthekitchen.com). This one is great. She takes all sorts of old fashioned recipes and shows you how to make them with modern tools.
I love http://gnowfglins.com/. Wardeh is encouraging, genuine, responds to questions and has great recipes.
I love 101 cookbooks!
OMG! There are SO many great blogs out there–yours being one of them:) I have a blog list on my blog with all of my current favorites. The problem is–I just keep finding really cool blogs and I can’t put them ALL on my list!
Jenny @ NourishedKitchen
Thanks for the link! One of my favorite blogs – and I think it is seriously underrated – is Edible Aria. He has the best real food recipes on the web. Very, very good stuff.
I read chocolateandzucchini.com, homesicktexan.blogspot.com, http://www.quickindiancooking.com, thewiveswithknives.blogspot.com, ahaar.blogspot.com, cookingwithamy.blogspot.com, and thepioneerwoman.com/cooking
She is fantastic!! http://www.elanaspantry.com/
Well let’s start with The Nourishing Gourmet, to be sure!
I also enjoy http://kellythekitchenkop.com/ who always seems to pick a great topic to post about and then writes a heck of a piece! I think many will agree that she is a rising star in the world of health and food blogging. Two more, one is http://www.proteinpower.com/drmike/ the blog of protein guru Dr. Michael Eades; and finally, David Gumpert who writes about the politics going on around raw milk. His blog is here: http://www.thecompletepatient.com/
Well perhaps one honorable mention; I would be remiss if I didn’t plug my own blog, no? It’s a news aggregator which covers the natural healing and whole food news. Click on my name at the top of this comment to visit. See you there!
I’ve been reading http://www.fatfreevegan.com for a year or two now. Susan regularly offers tasty, simple and delicious vegan fare. Everything that I have tried has been wonderful. She’s an inspiration! Another fantastic foodie blog is http://www.smittenkitchen.com.
I LOVE yours and also http://www.passionatehomemaking.com
I often read http://www.gnowflgins.com
Great insight and recipes.
For entertainment I read http://www.thepioneerwoman.com
Not “health” food but you can adjust many of her recipes.
And of course this blog!
Thanks for sharing.
Hands down, gnowfglins!
I also have others on my blog roll. I don’t have much time to read though.
http://kidfeed.blogspot.com/ has really fun ideas for healthy kid-friendly food!
You asked for a good paleo diet blog, here is a great one by a woman in my local area, http://cavemanfood.blogspot.com/, she even blogged recently about your lemon curd bars that she found on Nourishinggourmet.com!
Oh, and here is a good gluten free blog, http://dcgluties.com.
I enjoy Passionate Homemaking: http://www.passionatehomemaking.com/
And I have some recipes that our family obviously enjoys 🙂 Here’s my recipe index: http://lifeincincinnati.com/?page_id=272
Why do you no longer use agave?
I also read Real Food Media, and my friend’s blog http://littlefieldofgreens.blogspot.com/
Kimi…besides yours I love http://www.101cookbooks.com Even though I’m not a vegan, I love Heidi Swanson’s stuff. She has some really awesome cookie recipes and soup recipes. And her energy bar is wonder and so simple to make.
I am using good authentic indian food recipes from site http://foodgateway.blogspot.com .. you can find many good authentic indian tasty food recipes… just hav a a look…
Cook 4 Seasons
Carolyn – There’s much debate about agave as we are learning. Here’s a report from the LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/features/health/la-he-nutrition30-2009mar30,0,4068006.story
As for my favorite food blogs (great question!):
Oh, and this one: http://www.cook4seasons.com 🙂
What a great idea!! I think everyone has named my favorites already. Thanks for this!
Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship
I just discovered 11th Heaven’s Homemaking Haven at http://rtheyallyours.blogspot.com/ and I’m impressed with some of her recipes, especially for breads. Probably could adapt some to soaking grains, but she is at least a whole grain, whole foods gal and fun to read.
Do I get to recommend my own, Kitchen Stewardship, too? 🙂
I love looking at http://www.photograzing.com, http://www.foodblogs.com and http://www.tastespotting.com. They have delicious pictures that link back to several good food blogs. I also like http://www.foodista.com, which seems to be growing quite a bit.
Love my friend Holli’s at http://www.mamahollioniskitchen.com She is big on healthy foods that the whole family will eat – including kids. She also gives great advice on working with your picky eater!
Surprised not to see this one on your list — thought you gal’s where friends and went to the same church!
We are friends! And I love Lindsay’s blog and have mentioned it here before. The only reason I didn’t have a link on this post was because I was trying to limit the posts to food and health blogs, where Lindsay’s blog covers a wide variety of topics. For my Christian readers, I think you would enjoy her blog a lot and I recommend it. 🙂
I’ve had to recently cut back my hours on the computer, so I stick to the Real Food Media bloggers, and
Eek! guess I didn’t format my HTML tag right, but the other food blog I read is “Women Not Dabbling in Normal”
Everyday Gourmet is great – a clever blend of great recipes, travel stories and pictures.
Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS
Hi, Kimi ~ I just submitted a comment but I think it went to spam ~ too many links? 😀 Thanks.
I just checked and I can’t find your comment any where! So sorry, it seems to have gotten lost in cyperspace. 🙁
Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS
That’s a bummer! Well, all I said was that I loved alot of the blogs listed-including yours. In addition, I added a couple:
Hope this one goes through. 😀
I really enjoy your blog and appreciate your mentioning mine!!! Thanks so much Kimi.
Just wondering if anyone has any information about any negative effects of using agave as a sweetener. thanks!
I love your website and visit often. Another cookign blog I love is Pioneer Woman for her tutorials. She doesn’t always use ingredients I would use, but most of what she uses is whole food oriented. I have a Swiss Chard recipe on my blog right now I encouraging readers to try. Growing swiss chard in the garden demands lots of good recipes since it’s flourishing.
Thanks for all you do to share what you’re learning and trying in your own kitchen.
love this one!
There’s a new food blog that a friend started!
The pictures are stunning, and I love the ethnic twist. My friend’s Korean, so she writes about Asian flavors with a fusion twist.