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Blogs about Recipes

15 blogs about Recipes.

  1. The Canadian African
    Delicious food from the African Continent made plant-based. By Afia Amoako. 🇨🇦 More info

    Food Evolution with Guinea Corn Bread
    I have been thinking a lot about the evolution of food, what was before we have now and what will come. As the world gets exponentially connected, trends, culture and society continue to change and …
    By thecanadianafrican, 864 words
  2. Chopstick Chronicles
    Authentic Japanese cooking made easy. By Shihoko. 🇦🇺 More info

    Omusubi: How to Make Japanese Onigiri (Rice Balls)
    Omusubi, aka Onigiri, is one of those foods that proves that simple really is the best. These humble little rice balls are a beloved staple in Japanese cuisine and are the best selling food in …
    By Shihoko | Chopstick Chronicles, 79 words
  3. Food in Jars – Blog
    This site was launched in early 2009 to give Marisa a place share her interest in canning and general obsession with canning jars of all shapes and sizes. By Marisa McClellan. 🇺🇸 More info

    Three Ingredient Fig Jam for Canning
    This three ingredient fig jam is designed for canning and uses just fresh figs, sugar, and lemon juice. It’s bright, flavorful, and so easy to make. If you find yourself awash in figs every year, …
    By Marisa McClellan, 1,692 words
  4. Forage | Chef
    Wild Food Tutorials, Recipes and Techniques from Chef Alan Bergo. 🇺🇸 More info

    Old Fashioned Turnip Green Soup with Black Eyed Peas
    A rich Southern style soup of tender greens flecked with black eyed peas, scented with smoked meat or a ham bone. An old-fashioned turnip green soup is a bowl of comfort food with a taste …
    By Alan Bergo, 84 words
  5. Homesick Texan
    Are you hungry for Texas home cooking? From enchiladas to queso, and from a pot of chili to a slice of sheet cake…. By Lisa Fain. 🇺🇸 More info

    Cracker macaroni and cheese, North Texas style
    The last dinner my grandma made for me was in November 2017. I was in town for a book signing, and while she hadn’t felt energetic enough to attend the... Source
    By Lisa Fain, 38 words
  6. Hunter Angler Gardener Cook
    Hank Shaw's website featuring more than 1200 wild game recipes, fish and seafood recipes, foraging tips, fermentation, preserving, and pasta. 🇺🇸 More info

    Mexican Mixiotes
    Mixiotes are Mexico's version of foods cooked in parchment. It's an ancient, versatile way to cook. Here's a recipe and some tips and tricks to make them at home. Mexican Mixiotes is the latest post …
    By Hank Shaw, 42 words
  7. Just One Cookbook · Blog
    Aa Japanese food blog with 1000+ authentic home-style recipes. Learn the cuisine with easy step-by-step photo instructions and videos. By Namiko Hirasawa Chen (Nami). 🇺🇸 More info

    Ultimate Guide to Ghibli Park
    Experience the magic of beloved Studio Ghibli films at the new Ghibli Park in Nagoya. READ: Ultimate Guide to Ghibli Park
    By Andy (JOC Travel Writer/Photographer), 26 words
  8. Mexican Please
    Mexican Food Recipes and Authentic Mexican Cooking Techniques. By Patrick Calhoun. 🇺🇸 More info

    Molletes -- Mexican Bean and Cheese Sandwiches
    You probably have everything on hand to make a batch of these delicious Molletes, have you tried them yet?! That's how they've become such a staple in Mexican cuisine -- they use such common ingredients …
    By Patrick, 78 words
  9. Minimalist Baker - Simple Recipes That Make You Feel Good
    Celebrating simple cooking with recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl, or 30 minute or less to prepare. 🇺🇸 More info

    5-Ingredient Chocolate Tahini Truffles
    Our new favorite fudgy, not-too-sweet truffles are inspired by a similar treat from Margalaxy in Portland, Oregon. They’re creamy and complex thanks to the inclusion of tahini, bitter and chocolaty because of cocoa powder, and …
    By Dana @ Minimalist Baker, 78 words
  10. The Nordic Kitchen
    seasonal living & photography. By Sofia Nordgren. 🇸🇪 More info

    The Easter Weekend
    Easter is a holiday that I like more and more. We don’t have any special traditions, we do what we like and what we do one year might be completely different from the year before. …
    By thenordickitchen, 489 words
  11. The Pasta Project – Authentic Pasta Recipes
    Pasta recipes and articles on the wonderful world of Italian pasta and the 360+ different types to be found in Italy. By Jaqui DeBono. 🇮🇹 More info

    Pasta with artichokes.
    This traditional recipe from Sardinia for pasta with artichokes is made with typical Sardinian ingredients; fregola (fregula), globe artichokes and Pecorino cheese. It’s an easy to make, simple and light fregola recipe that you can …
    By Jacqui, 69 words
  12. Sandwich Tribunal. A sort of sandwich death panel.
    The idea behind this site is to explore the nature of sandwichness by eating every sandwich on the Official List of Sandwiches. More info

    St. Louis’ Hot Salami Sandwich is Magically Delicious
    I grew up far more within the sphere of St. Louis than of Chicago. Though I was born in Chicago Heights and my uncles, aunts, cousins, and extended maternal family all lived in and around …
    By Jim Behymer, 2,752 words
  13. smitten kitchen
    Fearless cooking from a tiny NYC kitchen. By Deb Perelman. 🇺🇸 More info

    spinach and artichoke pan pizza
    Over the pandemic, I quietly broke up with every pizza dough recipe I’ve shared to date. I know I have some nerve only telling you this now. The family wanted pizza for dinner weekly, and …
    By deb, 126 words
  14. Store Bought Is Fine
    I’m the store-bought version of Ina Garten. Cooking my way through all 1,200+ of the Barefoot Contessa’s treasure trove of recipes. By Trent. More info

    MERYLTHON: Florence Foster Jenkins – Classic Bananas Foster
    About Merylthon: My friend and I host an annual movie marathon featuring a lineup of Meryl Streep films paired with themed food and drinks! Get inspired for your own Merylthon with pairings for about 25 …
    By Trent, 220 words
  15. The Wondersmith — Blog
    This blog is an exploration of daily magic, featuring wild plants, creative recipes, meaningful ceremonies, and writings about our shared humanity. By Miss Wondersmith. 🇺🇸 More info

    A New Chapter
    Dear Reader, I hope you have enjoyed the writings and recipes featured here, whether you’ve just stumbled across them or followed for years! It means so much to me to know that my posts have …
    By The Wondersmith, 319 words