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From Parisian food trucks to iconic food festivals, these are the hottest spots this year
The ‘Music City,’ Nashville, Tenn., is also home to dozens of culinary events.
A recent survey found that 61 percent of Americans say they plan to travel this year and will take an average of 2.4 vacations, traveling 100 or more miles from home, according to the U.S. Travel insurance Association. Where should food-lovers go? The Daily Meal has 10 of the hottest destinations for those looking to eat great food in 2014.
2014’s Hottest Travel Destinations for Food (Slideshow)
It was hard for The Daily Meal's travel editors to whittle the list to 10; after all, there are so many perennially popular places like Tokyo, Japan, Madrid, Spain, and Napa Valley, Calif. The cities that made our 2014 list earned their spots for hosting major world events enhanced by exciting food and drink; have a variety of compelling culinary trends or numerous noteworthy restaurant openings; or featured prominently on The Daily Meal's series of 101 Best Restaurant lists in 2013.
While 85 percent of those surveyed who plan to travel pledged they would vacation within the U.S. and Canada, folks with a fondness for great food and wine should consider not only North America but far-flung locales like Þingvallavegur & Lake Myvatn, Iceland for some of the best views of the Northern Lights in years and Cape Town, South Africa for its wineries and fun food festivals.
New hotel and restaurant openings and world events like the Super Bowl XLVIII are enough to entice us to have a staycation here in New York City.
No matter what you seek –from trips bringing Southern hospitality and comfort food in Nashville, Tenn. to fine fusion in Paris, France, don’t forget to pack your appetite. Read on for the top ten destinations for food lovers in 2014.
Lauren Mack is the New York City Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.
2 Incredible Veggie Recipes From True Food Kitchen
True Food Kitchen is undoubtedly one of the hottest lunch spots in Austin right now. Thanks to the light and airy space and the menu full of delicious items that you can’t believe are that healthy for you (they are), it seems that every other lunch meeting I schedule inevitably ends up there. Dr. Weil is the man behind the menu, and a couple weeks ago he stopped by with the recipe for his drool-worthy Sweet Potato Poblano Soup from True Food’s cookbook — and today he’s back and sharing the recipes for two of the veggie dishes in the book that I’m currently obsessed with. About these grilled sweet potatoes, he says:
Yakitori meas “grilled fowl” in Japanese, but the term has come to refer to any food cooked on a skewer. My kids love these they make a good side dish for grilled chicken or turkey burgers. If using bamboo skewers, soak them in water for 20 minutes to keep them from burning.
True Food: Seasonal, Sustainable, Simple, Pure courtesy Little, Brown and Company
Copyright © 2014 by Andrew Weil, MD
Passport to Fun: Travel-Inspired Party Ideas
As the host the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Brazil has emerged as one of the decade&rsquos hottest locales. That&rsquos great news for Cris McGrath, a Brazilian transplant to the U.S., who now runs a party-planning business and blog called Crissy&rsquos Crafts. She&rsquos been known to throw parties to celebrate Festa Junina: traditional June celebrations of eating, drinking, and dancing, that honor the saints Anthony, John, and Peter (as well as the harvest).
How to decorate: Beautify your space with bright lanterns, banners, and strands of lights. McGrath also pays homage to the country harvest by decorating with colorful straw hats, wicker baskets, and hay bales. You can even pull out your autumn scarecrows for this event. &ldquoA bonfire is a must,&rdquo adds McGrath, &ldquoIt keeps the bad spirits far from the lands of harvest.&rdquo
What to serve: Stick to a classic picnic-style menu, as simple as corn on the cob and hot dogs. McGrath also suggests abundant quantities of Brazilian sweets including pacoca (peanut butter candy), pe de moleque (peanut bars), sweet popcorn, brigadeiro (chocolate fudge), canjica (sweet corn pudding), and caramel apples. Adults will enjoy sipping on quentao (a Brazilian cider-like spiced tea) or batidas (tropical fruits cocktails). Check out recipes on the blog Flavors of Brazil.
What to wear: Festa Junina, like Brazilian Carnival, requires guests to party in costume for this event, outfits pay tribute to the origins of Brazilians' farming heritage and beloved country music. Males dress up as farm boys with large straw hats and plaid shirts. Females pull their hair in pigtails, paint freckles on their face, and wear red-checkered dresses or peasant dresses.
What to do: Since the Festa Junina typically includes guests of all ages, plan a few games that bring out the kid in everyone: musical chairs, egg-on-a-spoon relay, and a sack race. A typical "quadrilha" square dance may be harder to pull off, but make sure to download songs that give your guests a feel for what they're missing. Friends might even improvise their own dances once the party kicks into high gear. Search iTunes for "Festa Junina," or look for these traditional songs: Pula Fogueira, Capelinha de Melao, and Quadrilha Brasileira.
When party stylist Chris Nease was planning her husband's birthday, she revisited a trip the couple had taken to France. The occasion gave them a chance to celebrate their love of French culture and cuisine.
How to decorate: Nease decided to avoid obvious decoration options, like miniature Eiffel towers, and aim for a more authentic Parisian feel. She created a "shabby chic" European ambiance in her backyard, using eclectic antique items strategically staged around her yard. To create a bar area, she built her own pipe-and-drape system on which she hung curtains as well as empty, antique-looking picture frames. (Instructions are available at her site celebrationsathomeblog.com.)
She also emptied a small, antique dresser and used it as a wine and champagne station, with glasses peeking out of the empty drawers and bottles perched in garden urns. Other decorative items, such as vintage suitcases, globes, pomander balls, and French books gave an old-world feel to food tables, while old-fashioned frames and cafe-style chalkboards listed menu items. Nease created a simple banner by clothes-pinning personal photographs from her French vacation to a twine rope.
What to serve: French wine and champagne makes the perfect starting point for an elegant cocktail or dessert party. Nease stuck with pretty, easy-to-eat finger foods like goat cheese tarts with caramelized onions, brie tarts with strawberry preserves, and mini quiches. She also created snack cones &mdash filled with French fries &mdash out of decorative scrapbook paper embellished with fleur-de-lis.
A dessert table featured fruit tartlets, palmiers, chocolate-espresso butter cream macarons and the pièce de résistance: a croquembouche (tower of pastries) that Nease fashioned from store-bought cream puffs.
What to send home: Add a classy touch with a special party favor. Nease embellished simple brown paper bags with scrapbook paper, monogram tags and a fleur-de-lis wax seal. She filled the bags with monogrammed items like note pads and note cards. Other possible take-homes could include lavender sachets and soaps or a sampling of French chocolates with French roast coffee &mdash just enough for a petite pour.
Lori Lange, the author of the Recipe Girl cookbook and blog, loves the food and flavors of Greece: lamb, garlic, lemon, eggplant, and feta. So when it was her turn to host the neighborhood&rsquos gourmet get-together, she settled on a Greek theme. Opa!
How to decorate: Lange used the colors of the Greek flag, blue and white, accented with shiny gold to fashion a table worth of the gods. Blue and white dishes, tablecloth, and glass beads set the backdrop. She then created centerpieces using pieces of gold lame from the fabric store and vases filled with branches of golden-yellow blossoms and rosemary.
What to wear: For a playful crowd, encourage guests to wear togas, or offer artificial laurel wreaths to wear on their heads. If your group isn&rsquot quite as spirited, Lange suggests accessorizing outfits with flashy gold jewelry.
What to serve: Start the evening with appetizers that draw on Greece&rsquos signature ingredients. Lange served marinated eggplant with capers and mint goat cheese with olives, lemon and thyme, served on crisp rosemary flatbread and dried fig souvlaki &mdash all huge hits with her guests. She also concocted Greek mojitos, a twist on the classic Cuban mixed drink, which she made with Greek metaxa in place of rum.
A Greek meal traditionally centers around a signature lamb dish, like a roast or chops. If you&rsquore not a lamb lover or it&rsquos too pricey for your budget, look for a chicken recipe that calls for copious amounts of lemon, garlic, and rosemary. Lange&rsquos side dishes included a spinach, feta, and pine nut tart roasted garbanzo beans and garlic with Swiss chard (&ldquoa surprise favorite,&rdquo she says) and Greek potatoes with lemon vinaigrette. (All Lange&rsquos recipes are available at recipegirl.com.)
What to do: Let your guests test their knowledge of Greek history, geology, and mythology with homemade trivia cards distributed at each place setting. Go to quizlet.com and search for &ldquoGreek&rdquo to find plenty of interesting factoids.
Party stylist Chris Nease says ideas for parties hit her at the strangest times. &ldquoThere&rsquos always an inspiration piece to get juices flowing. This time it was little, red takeout boxes,&rdquo she says. What followed was an Asian-fusion dinner party spotlighting many of the flavors Nease and her friends love.
How to decorate: Nease stuck with Chinese color scheme of red, black, and gold, drawing on the takeout boxes that inspired the event. For the table centerpiece, she used a bamboo runner, then wrapped a bamboo placemat around a cylindrical vase and filled it with bamboo fronds and curly willow branches. Other accent pieces included Japanese fans, black and white river rocks, a Buddha statue she found at a discount store and a Japanese teapot her husband brought home from a business trip. Nonetheless, Nease cautions to keep the look uncluttered. &ldquoAsian decor is very sleek and minimalist,&rdquo she says. (To view her table, visit her site celebrationsathomeblog.com.)
What to serve: Asian restaurants have finger foods down to an art, so kick off the party with a selection of snacks made at home or ordered from a favorite eatery. Eggrolls, dumplings, sushi, and potstickers appeal to a wide crowd if you want to get adventurous, consider Thai-inspired shrimp or edamame hummus on rice crackers. Instead of standard cocktails, serve sake or soju (a Korean rice beverage) or offer a selection of Asian beers, such as Sapporo or Tsingtao.
For her main meal, Nease served chicken satay and Asian noodle salad. For dessert? Chinese fortune cookies, of course &mdash served in little red takeout boxes. Don&rsquot forget to end the meal with a steaming pot of green tea.
What music to play: Search online radio stations, such as pandora.com, spotify.com, or grooveshark.com to find an Asian music mix you enjoy. Pandora.com, for instance, offers an &ldquoAsian Instrumentals&rdquo station whose artists give traditional Chinese and Japanese instruments a smoother, jazz-like sound.
When her mother traveled back to Lisbon to research her family&rsquos Portuguese roots, Lori Lange caught the heritage bug. She pored over photographs from her mother&rsquos travels and paged through David Leite&rsquos cookbook, The New Portuguese Table, for ideas and inspiration. Then she threw a dinner party to share this newfound knowledge with friends.
How to decorate: Lange showcased Portugal&rsquos rustic, old-world beauty in her table decorations. She used a red tablecloth and richly patterned runner to create a warm backdrop, then added brown woven placemats reminiscent of Lisbon&rsquos cobblestone streets. She topped off each setting with thick ceramic plates and bowls. Centerpieces included vases filled with wine corks, wrapped in raffia, and adorned with chunky candles, a visual nod to the country&rsquos fine wines. (Visit recipegirl.com for more photographs.)
What to serve: &ldquoWhen I put on a party, I like to make it as authentic as possible,&rdquo says Lange, who even contacted cookbook author Leite to make sure she got the recipes just right. Her menu included appetizers of green olive dip and smoked ham with melon a Portuguese salad made with green peppers, cucumbers and plum tomatoes a spicy pork stew with clams and red pepper sauce and roasted potatoes with smoked sausage and tomatoes. Guests sipped sangria before dinner and sampled Portuguese wines throughout the meal. Lange said guests raved about dessert: an orange cake (bolo de laranja) made with olive oil instead of vegetable oil. For more Portuguese menu options, visit David Leite&rsquos site.
What to do: Lange&rsquos dinner party conversation centered on the Portuguese culture, which Lange could describe from her mother&rsquos travels and her own research. If you want to pre-empt any awkward silences, take it one step further and leave a conversation card with a fun fact about the featured locale at each place setting. &ldquoThat way everyone can learn something new about the country,&rdquo she says. For background music, keep it classical with 12-string guitar legend Carlos Paredes or reach for a more contemporary sound, such as Rodrigo Leão&rsquos O Mundo album.
2. Parma, Italy
Contributed by Kate from Our Escape Clause
Located in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, Parma is nestled right among some of the most incredible foodie destinations in Italy (which of course makes them some of the most foodie destinations in the world), such as Modena and Bologna .
Parma’s cuisine is famous in its own right, and for good reason. The name of this pretty Italian city, of course, gives away part of its fame. Parma is one of the homes of the famous parmigiano-reggiano cheese, known more commonly in English as parmesan.
The true, locally-developed cheese available in Parma is one of the most delicious foods in the world, and no trip to Parma could be complete without visiting a cheese factory to stare in awe at the hundreds of wheels stacked on shelves, row after row, to age into the most perfect cheese.
Parma’s other distinct claim to fame is its parma ham, similar to prosciutto, and yet boasting a sweeter and creamier taste, parma ham is a delight for the tastebuds and another must-eat food while in Parma.
Parma’s UNESCO Creative Cities of Gastronomy Recognition Year: 2015
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Head to Parma, Italy to learn about the parmigiano-reggiano cheese (parmesan). Photo credit: Our Escape Clause
Roast Peppers With Burrata and ’Nduja
6 red capsicums (peppers)
a little extra virgin olive oil
sea salt flakes and freshly
ground black pepper
60g (2¼oz) ’nduja
about 400g (14oz) burrata
ciabatta, to serve
Preheat the oven to 190°C fan (400°F), Gas Mark 6.
Halve the capsicums (peppers), deseed them and put them into a gratin dish, roasting tin or a baking sheet with a lip around it. Brush them with olive oil, season and roast for 20 minutes.
Break the ’nduja into chunks and divide it among the peppers, putting it inside them. Roast for a final 10 minutes.
When they’re cooked, the pepper skins should be slightly blistered and a little charred in places. Leave them until they’re cool enough to handle, then tear them or leave them whole – whichever you prefer – and divide them between 4 plates. Drain the burrata, tear it and serve it alongside the peppers and ’nduja. Offer some ciabatta on the side.
Recipe and image from The Oven to the Table: Simple dishes that look after themselves, by Diana Henry, photography by Laura Edwards. Published by Hachette Australia and reproduced with the publisher’s permission.
Frommer's' Top Destinations for 2014
The ever-shifting landscape of travel opportunities opens the gates to some destinations even as it closes the door, sometimes temporarily, on others. In devising our list of the most promising destinations for the coming months, Frommer's editors looked at politics, accessibility, popularity, major events—and most importantly, whether a destination is potentially affordable for the average traveler.
What made our list of the hottest destinations for travel in 2014? Click through and discover your ever-changing world:
Note: To view our 2016 List of the Best Places to Go, Please Click Here.
We'll call Taiwan the "gentler, kinder" China. Instead of battling crowds, fending off panhandlers, and breathing in air that's thick with pollution, visitors to Taiwan find that this Chinese island is relaxing to tour and warmly welcoming of visitors. And what wonders there are to see! The extraordinary Palace Museum in Taipei holds the finest treasures of the Forbidden City, collected by Emperors for thousands of years (Chiang Kai-Shek brought them with him to Taiwan when he was defeated by the Communists on mainland China). Not far from it is the second-tallest building in the world, a marvel of engineering featuring a massive ball on a chain at its core--it's meant to stabilize the building in the event of earthquakes.
Walking the streets of any Taiwanese city, one comes upon temple after temple, each more elaborate than the last and each jammed with worshipers. Because Taiwan had no Cultural Revolution, traditional Chinese culture and religious were practiced uninterrupted here when all was chaos on mainland China. Taiwan is also a place of great natural beauty with exquisite beaches, soaring gorges, and hot springs to explore. There's a reason Portuguese sailors called the place "Ilha Formosa" (beautiful island). Taiwan's current tourism campaign is "The Time for Taiwan is Now"—we'd say that's about right.
February, 2014, will mark 50 years since the Beatles arrived in the United States, transforming Yank culture with the British Invasion. You'd never know a half-century has passed since the Beatles' heyday when you're in Liverpool, though, where museums, historic sites, and even a luxury hotel are all themed to the Fab Four. Yet the post-industrial gloom that once blighted the city is all but washed away, and like Glasgow and Manchester before it, Liverpool has come into its own with some vivacious new attractions, including an outpost of the Tate a state-of-the-art, £72 million Museum of Liverpool that retells the stories of the city and the International Slave Museum, which testifies to the city's central role in American slavery.
Liverpool is also poised to make a major comeback as a cruise port. In late 2013, plans were announced to transform the landmark 1917 Cunard Building (background, above), an icon of the city skyline and once the headquarters for the esteemed liner company, back into a cruise port, nearly 50 years after the company left for Southampton. In 2015, Cunard itself will return to Liverpool when it sails all three of its ships to rendezvous in the Mersey, and now that there's a passenger port facility back on its banks, an increasing number of cruise passengers may soon find themselves within an easy two-hour train ride to the center of London.
Quick barbecued pork belly with spiced vinegar
1kg pork belly, cut into 1cm strips
125ml (½ cup) light soy sauce
60ml (¼ cup) lime juice
60ml (¼ cup) white vinegar
55g (¼ cup) brown sugar
6 garlic cloves, finely minced
½ tsp ground black pepper
125ml (½ cup) water
60ml (¼ cup) tomato sauce
60ml (¼ cup) vegetable oil
mint leaves, to serve
60ml (¼ cup) white vinegar
2 tbsp lime juice
½ small red onion, finely minced
2 garlic cloves, finely minced
2 bird’s eye chillies, finely sliced
¼ tsp salt
½ tsp light soy sauce
½ tsp sugar
Place the pork belly strips in a large press-seal bag with the soy sauce, lime juice, vinegar, brown sugar, garlic, pepper, and water. Mix well and refrigerate overnight.
Remove the pork belly from the bag and transfer the reserved marinade to a small saucepan. Bring to the boil and cook for 1 minute. Remove from the heat and mix in the tomato sauce and vegetable oil.
For the spiced vinegar, combine all the ingredients in a non-reactive bowl or jar and mix well to dissolve the salt and sugar. Allow to stand for at least 15 minutes before serving.
Heat a barbecue grill or frypan over medium heat and grill the pork belly for about 2 minutes on each side. Baste with the marinade mixture and grill for a further 2 to 3 minutes or until darkly caramelised. Top with mint leaves and serve with the spiced vinegar.
Recipe and image from Good Food New Classics, edited by Ardyn Bernoth, published by Simon & Schuster Australia, RRP $39.99. Photography © William Meppem, Food stylist © Hannah Meppem. Reproduced with the publisher’s permission.
The jewel of the Southern Caribbean, St. Lucia, has been a popular honeymoon destination for many years. There are gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, rainforest, the majestic Piton Mountains, and locals that appreciate the tourists who visit their little piece of paradise. St. Lucia is safe so you won’t be confined behind the high walls of your resort. Get out there and explore. Try ATVing along hill trails or zip-lining above the treetops of the rainforest. Spend an afternoon hiking in the mountains, sea kayaking, or just relaxing on the beach. You can go horseback riding or take a dive tour.
Where to Stay: You’ll find guesthouses and villas here alongside all-inclusive resorts and luxury boutique-style hideaways. Calabash Cove on the northwest coast of the island is a good choice as is the family-owned Cap Maison and Ladera, which is situated on Soufriere Volcano and overlooks the Pitons and Caribbean Sea.
Perfect for Couples Who: Want a refined beach resort vibe and the flexibility to travel beyond the walls of their resort.
PLAN YOUR TRIP : Visit Fodor’s St. Lucia Guide
Travel TV Series ‘Stanley Tucci: Searching For Italy’ Is Drawing Rave Reviews
PHOTO: Academy Award-nominee Stanley Tucci has been hosting the critically acclaimed travel show "Searching For Italy." (photo courtesy CNN Newsroom)
One of the hottest shows on television right now is a six-part travel documentary that is drawing rave reviews and critical acclaim.
‘Stanley Tucci: Searching For Italy’ airs Sunday nights on CNN at 9 p.m. EST. Tucci, the Academy Award-nominated actor, narrates, co-produces and stars in the show as he explores various regions of Italy with an emphasis on the food in each area and how it is tied to the history of Italy.
According to the Hollywood trade publication Deadline, the six-part series was quickly renewed for a second season after just two episodes.
The show debuted on Feb. 14, with 1.52 million viewers, according to Nielsen fast nationals. The Feb. 21 episode drew 1.64 million, according to Nielsen live-plus-same-day data. Those are strong numbers for a cable news channel and, even more impressive, the show topped the ratings each night in the key advertiser demographic of adults aged 25-54.
So far, the series has shown Tucci visiting Naples and the Amalfi Coast in the first episode, and Rome in the second episode. Tonight, Feb. 28, Tucci heads to the city considered the food capital of Italy – Bologna.
In the three March episodes, Tucci takes viewers to Milan, Tuscany and Sicily.
For tourists aching to visit Italy, for foodies yearning to sample some of the world’s greatest recipes, and for historians hoping to see the culture and the architecture up close and personal, it is a delectable and addicting hour of television.
Tucci, who grew up in New York, is the perfect host. You never get the sense that you are watching a prominent actor going through the paces of a documentary but, rather, a true tourist who wanted to visit his homeland and explore how different regions embrace different foods. The segment featuring the Amalfi Coast and the lemons that grow there – and used for the Italian liqueur Limoncello – was fascinating.
The Wall Street Journal called the series “mouthwateringly good.”
On the popular website Rotten Tomatoes, which tabulates reviews from both professional critics and the general public, the audience gave the show an 88 percent approval rating.
One viewer commented on the site that he “Already fell in love with the first two episodes. The series is unlike any other travel or food show. I love Tucci's approach: classic regional foods and the social structures around them. He and the people he meets reflect upon the food and their regions with joy, great pride, and that bittersweet blend of affection and wistfulness that each of us has for a home that has endured through decades (or millennia) of change, gentrification, and resilience. I can't wait for more.”
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17. A Taste for Travel by Michele Peterson
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Michele Peterson is an award-winning freelance Toronto-based travel writer, editor, blogger, social media consultant, fundraiser and founder of the A Taste for Travel blog. With more than a decade of experience creating compelling content for print, web and mobile platforms, Michele has proven expertise in bringing stories to life. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog atastefortravel.ca
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18. Y The Wait Blog
Netherlands About Blog Y the Wait is a digital waiter application that is providing commission-free delivery and takeaway services to restaurants and supermarkets around the world. Stay tuned to remain up to date with our latest updates, stories, and everything else concerned with a digital waiter. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog ythewait.blog
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19. The Food Blog | Easy Healthy Recipes For Busy Home Cooks
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Welcome to The Food Blog! I'm Colleen and I'm glad you stopped by. I hope that you're here because you love fresh, local, seasonal food cooked from scratch. Because that's what I do and I want to share it with you. Frequency 4 posts / month Since Dec 2012 Blog thefoodblog.net
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20. Earth, Food, and Fire
Prince Edward Island, Canada About Blog Become a better home cook with from-scratch cooking hacks, tips, tricks, and weekly recipe updates. I love anything cooking, gardening, and foraging related. Frequency 1 post / month Since Mar 2016 Blog earthfoodandfire.com/feed
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Welcome to Bakersbeans, the place where Wanda experiments and have fun with food and recipes. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Blog bakersbeans.ca
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22. Dinner With Julie | Life in my kitchen
Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Hey, I'm Julie. I talk about food on CBC radio and write about it for the Globe & Mail and other publications, and I've written lots of cookbooks. Mostly I love feeding people. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Jan 2008 Blog dinnerwithjulie.com
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23. Food Meanderings
Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Welcome! I'm Terri and I love to create and share easy, quick, shortcut, make-ahead, healthy and Weight Watchers friendly recipes, with some indulgent baking thrown in for good measure. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog foodmeanderings.com
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24. The Salty Pot
About Blog A food blog filled with excellent recipes and awesomeness. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog thesaltypot.com
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25. Woman Scribbles
Manitoba, Canada About Blog A website focusing on providing quality recipes for baking pastries, bread and desserts. Frequency 5 posts / quarter Since Jan 2012 Blog womanscribbles.net
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Canada About Blog WanderEater Magazine is Canada's Food & Travel magazine. For Canadians traveling aimlessly for food. Showcasing the world's hottest culinary destinations, recipes, drinks, gear (in the kitchen, and on the go), chef features and more. Frequency 17 posts / week Blog wandereater.com
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27. eat. live. travel. write.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Mardi. A full-time French teacher to elementary school-aged boys and the author of eat. live. travel. write a blog focusing on my culinary adventures near and far. I write about food and travel. Frequency 2 posts / week Since May 2009 Blog eatlivetravelwrite.com
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28. For Two, Please | Couple's Adventure x Luxury x Food
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada About Blog Crafted in English and Mandarin, For Two, Please motivates young couples, from East to West, to get out and see the world. From relaxing, luxury indulgences to action-packed adventures, off-the-beaten-path journeys to mouth-watering foodie experiences, Cat and Kev strive to showcase unique travel destinations worth exploring. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog fortwoplz.com
Facebook fans 2K ⋅ Twitter followers 8.9K ⋅ Instagram Followers 91.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 24 ⋅ Domain Authority 29 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.3M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
29. Crumb: A Food Blog
Canada About Blog Hi, I'm Isabelle. I'm a 30-something from Canada. I'm a Chocoholic, caffeine junkie, food blogger, and cat mom. Crumb is made from scratch recipes from a seasonal kitchen. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jun 2006 Blog crumbblog.com
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30. Canadian Cooking Adventures
Canada About Blog Canadian Cooking Adventures is an ever-growing collection of recipes. Here we are concentrating on providing our readers with information regarding a variety of diverse recipes from different cultures that make up our culture mosaic. Frequency 1 post / week Blog canadiancookingadventures.com
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31. Coco Cake Land
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Coco Cake Land is a modern cake and dessert blog from Vancouver, BC. The blog features all of my cakes over the years as well as cake DIYs, tutorials, simple party ideas and recipes, too! Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2009 Blog cococakeland.com
Facebook fans 11.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 100.8K ⋅ Domain Authority 49 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
32. Kitchen Frau Food Blog
Alberta, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Margaret BoseJohnson. Kitchen Frau Food Blog is about Canadian food with a German flair and a gluten-free twist and healthy cooking using fresh garden ingredients, whole foods, alternative grains. Frequency 2 posts / week Since May 2011 Blog kitchenfrau.com
Facebook fans 3.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 42 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
33. Canadian Turkey
Canada About Blog Canadian Turkey provide Canadians, everywhere and every day, with a nutritious and tasty protein source for their families. Whether you need recipes, how-to information on thawing, carving, roasting, or wine and beer pairings to go with your favourite turkey meals, we have the information you need. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Jun 2014 Blog canadianturkey.ca/blog
Facebook fans 18.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 7.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 41 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
34. Eat This Town
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada About Blog Eat This Town involves food guides, video, and the fruits of my Canadian food research. Lindsay is interested in regional foods, especially Nova Scotian and Canadian foods by province/region. She is a food tourist at heart, and she look forward to doing more travelling and eating. Frequency 1 post / week Since Aug 2012 Blog eatthistown.ca
Facebook fans 2.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 6.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 273 ⋅ Domain Authority 32 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
35. Hidden Ponies
Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Anna. Hidden Ponies is my food and life blog to put the joy in enjoy. I love to write and, along the way, this developed into a passion for sharing easy, family-friendly recipes that are tried and true. Frequency 1 post / week Blog hiddenponies.com
Facebook fans 1.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 417 ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 39 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
36. Food Nouveau
Quebec, Canada About Blog Food Nouveau is for those curious about the whys and hows of cooking and baking success. Dishes from around the world, such as macarons, clairs, arancini, and Bolognese sauce, are taken apart and their creation is explained in detail with helpful pictures and videos. Frequency 3 posts / month Since Mar 2010 Blog foodnouveau.com
Facebook fans 4.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 13.8K ⋅ Domain Authority 49 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
37. Living Lou
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Louisa Clements. I am a passionate foodie. Flavour is my game. I am about Cooking through my twenties with simple, fresh and flavourful recipes. Frequency 2 posts / month Since May 2010 Blog livinglou.com
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38. Photos & Food
Ontario, Canada About Blog Our goal at Photos & Food is to bring our readers recipes that are approachable and achievable for every home cook. Recipes include general comfort foods, recipes from our Portuguese roots and some low carb dishes that are diabetic friendly. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog photosandfood.ca
Facebook fans 1.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 7 ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
39. 5 Star Cookies
About Blog The only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment. Stefani brings to you the best cookies and cakes through this blog. Frequency 1 post / week Since Nov 2015 Blog 5starcookies.com
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40. Kitchen Heals Soul
Montreal, Quebec, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Janice Lawandi. Kitchen Heals Soul is my food blog about baking and the science of baking Frequency 1 post / week Since Jul 2010 Blog kitchenhealssoul.com/blog
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41. In the Kitch
About Blog I am Joss, the creator and editor of In the Kitch. I am inviting you on this food journey with me to learn, grow and bring out that inner chef in you. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog inthekitch.net
Facebook fans 71 ⋅ Twitter followers 94 ⋅ Social Engagement 4 ⋅ Domain Authority 16 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.6M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
42. Whipped It Up
About Blog Whipped It Up is a food blog with simple, creative and easy to prepare recipes. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Nov 2018 Blog whippeditup.com
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Surrey, British Columbia, Canada About Blog DishPal is an online and app-based, Local food-ordering and delivery system. It works with any restaurant that signs up to offer orders through it. Get some healthy food tips from our blog. Frequency 9 posts / month Blog dishpal.com/blog
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44. Wheat Free Mom | Delicious Gluten Free Recipes
Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Carrie. I help others navigate living gluten-free without having to give up the foods they love. I look forward to continue to share my love of good food and family. My blog Wheat Free Mom offers recipes for cooking (and baking) all meals, tips and tricks for those living gluten free with celiac disease, for Canadians and friends abroad. Frequency 17 posts / quarter Since Oct 2009 Blog wheatfreemom.com/blog
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45. Life Without Lemons | Food Blog
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Elyse Chatterton. I am an Edmonton food blogger, lady butcher, enthusiastic baker, gin drinker and lego picker upper. I make fabulous food and share it here. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Sep 2011 Blog lifewithoutlemons.com
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46. Vegan Bulk Foods
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada About Blog We are a family-owned company nestled in the heart of Kitchener, Ontario. Our awakening to becoming Vegan was inspired by our research on the benefits of a Vegan lifestyle and further adapted by our love for cooking and trying new recipes. During our transition to becoming Vegan, we struggled with limited access to vegan foods on the market and so decided to bridge this gap. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Aug 2020 Blog veganbulkfoods.ca/recipes
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47. Simply Ceecee
Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Hi, I'm Tracy, a vegan food blogger, recipe creator, photographer, head cook & bottle washer at Simply Ceecee. Here you'll find nutritious, delicious vegan food from simple to decadent. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog simplyceecee.co
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48. Dish 'n' the Kitchen
Calgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Bernice Hill. Dish 'n' the Kitchen is just a place for me to organize my food thoughts and creations. Frequency 1 post / week Blog dishnthekitchen.com
Facebook fans 804 ⋅ Twitter followers 3.9K ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 7 ⋅ Domain Authority 32 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
49. Food Mamma
About Blog My name is Fareen Jadavji Jessa aka Food Mamma. I have a love of food. Making it, eating it, photographing it, watching it get made. My other loves include my two sons, husband and my great big family. This blog celebrates food and family. Frequency 1 post / week Blog foodmamma.com
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada About Blog Sweetsugarbean is a blog about food and cooking. It is a combination of Renee Kohlman's favourite things: cooking, food photography and writing. Find food, recipes and stories from Renee Kohlman's little green kitchen. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2011 Blog sweetsugarbean.com
Facebook fans 2.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 4.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 57 ⋅ Domain Authority 40 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
51. Sweet Potato Chronicles
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Sweet Potato Chronicles is the never ending story of the well fed family. We're wo mothers and journalists face the challenge of healthy eating, teaching our kids and ourselves about nutrition and cooking - all with a sense of humour and fun. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Jul 2015 Blog sweetpotatochronicles.com
Facebook fans 5K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 8.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 46 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
52. The Joyce of Cooking
About Blog The Joyce of Cooking is a content creator for all things food! From partnered content, to food photography, to food styling and social media content creation. Work with me to take your business to the next level! Frequency 4 posts / month Since Feb 2016 Blog joyceofcooking.com
Twitter followers 2.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 6.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 50 ⋅ Domain Authority 23 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
53. Baking for friends
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Baking for Friends blog feature baking tips and tricks, how-tos and stories on how food brings family and friends together. Recipes are comforting and not overly complicated. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog bakingforfriends.com
Facebook fans 604 ⋅ Twitter followers 472 ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 26 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
54. Lil Cupcake Monkey
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog I am Aroshaliny. Baby mama to the lil cupcake monkey in the picture, I started baking and blogging after he was born and hence the name. I have always loved photography since I started baking now it has turned mostly into food photography. I am a total sugar junkie, cake baker, sourdough baker and I love rock and metal music. Frequency 1 post / month Blog lilcupcakemonkey.com
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55. The Wine Lover's Kitchen
Ontario, Canada About Blog Avid cook & wine taster. Fortunate to live close to Canada's Niagara Wine Region. Love to share my favourite recipes and wine tips. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jun 2016 Blog thewineloverskitchen.com
Facebook fans 228 ⋅ Twitter followers 647 ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
56. Chu On This
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Chu on This is an online publication documenting the culture behind the culinary, created and curated by Annie Chu. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Sep 2013 Blog chuonthis.ca
Facebook fans 642 ⋅ Twitter followers 1.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 8 ⋅ Domain Authority 21 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Toronto Food Blog Toronto-based food blog featuring restaurant reviews, food events, food-centric travels, and cooking at home Frequency 1 post / week Blog xiaoeats.com
Facebook fans 173 ⋅ Twitter followers 1.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 13.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
58. Toronto Food Blog
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Ashley Allinson. Toronto Food Blog is my blog for the budget-conscious reader who wants to know what, where and when to eat in Toronto. Frequency 1 post / month Since Jan 2011 Blog torontofoodblog.com
Facebook fans 1.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 15 ⋅ Domain Authority 8 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
59. love thy carrot
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Love Thy Carrot is dedicated to all things that are good to eat. Marla Hertzman the author shares with you my love of healthy, fresh cooking. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Since May 2012 Blog lovethycarrot.com
Facebook fans 266 ⋅ Twitter followers 152 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 9 ⋅ Domain Authority 16 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
60. My Island Bistro Kitchen
Prince Edward Island, Canada About Blog (Mostly) PEI and Maritime Food Good Food for a Good Life. Passionate about cooking, baking, food blogging, cake decorating, food styling, and enhancing a wonderful meal with a beautiful table setting. Frequency 1 post / month Since Jan 2012 Blog myislandbistrokitchen.com
Facebook fans 1.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 3.9K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 33 ⋅ Domain Authority 35 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
61. Michelle Vodrazka
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada About Blog Cookbook Author, Nutrition Expert, Personal Trainer, and mother of five, Michelle Vodrazka, posts informative nutrition and fitness articles and shares nutritious and delicious, allergy-friendly recipes on her blog. She has written three cookbooks, Smart Snacking for Sports, Help Yourself to Seconds, and The Bodybuilding Meal Prep Cookbook. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Jan 2013 Blog michellevodrazka.com
Facebook fans 5.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 5.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 18 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
62. Madinah Grill
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada About Blog Madinah Grill provides always fresh best delicious halal food We are committed to offering the Madinah Grill the best services in Scarborough Toronto Canada. Frequency 3 posts / year Blog madinahgrill.ca
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63. She Eats
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog She Eats is a Vancouver food blog from writer & food photographer Kristy Gardner. Find delicious & sassy, featuring seasonal recipes & farm fresh cocktails. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Dec 2014 Blog sheeats.ca
Facebook fans 2.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 2K ⋅ Social Engagement 9 ⋅ Domain Authority 42 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
64. Flexitarian Nutrition | Plant-Based, Whole Food & Flexitarian Recipes
Ottawa, Canada About Blog I'm Gabrielle, Certified Nutritionist (RHN) and Wellness Coach. On my blog, Browse healthy, plant-based flexitarian recipes, including vegan and vegetarian, and learn how to improve your life with simple food and lifestyle choices! Blog flexitariannutrition.com
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65. GRACE LISA MAY | Food
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog GRACE LISA MAY is a modern blog for women who are seeking the little pleasures within the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It aims to provides a sense of community and inspiration for women everywhere to live their best life at their own happy pace. Find latest fashion trends, the best skin & make up products, the culinary scene in Toronto, the occasional recipe, travel guides (local and abroad), interior & home decor, overall health & wellness and more on the blog. Frequency 30 posts / year Since Dec 2011 Blog gracelisamay.com/category/food
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66. Abbey's Kitchen
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hello, I'm Abbey! I'm a Registered Dietitian (RD), an avid food and recipe writer, a TV nutrition expert and spokesperson, a YouTube host and the founder of Abbey's Kitchen Inc. Abbey's Kitchen is a multi- faceted food and nutrition media brand developed with the goal of celebrating the pleasurable eating experience. Blog abbeyskitchen.com
Facebook fans 16.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 17.9K ⋅ Instagram Followers 77K ⋅ Domain Authority 55 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
67. Zest & Simmer
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada About Blog I'm the blogger behind Zest & Simmer, and I'm excited to be sharing recipes with you that are fun, easy, and most important of all, delicious. Subscribe to Zest & Simmer and receive notifications of new recipes by email. Frequency 3 posts / year Since Apr 2017 Blog zestandsimmer.com
Twitter followers 189 ⋅ Instagram Followers 2K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
68. Edible Canada
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Edible Canada is a leader in Canadian culinary tourism, with a flagship bistro and retail shop on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia, offering an Artisan Retail Shop, Restaurant, Private Dining, Events and Getaways. Since Jul 2009 Blog ediblecanada.com/blog
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69. Good Food Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Good Food Toronto provides Insider news and reviews for discovering Toronto's best restaurants, bars, and nightlife. Recipes, contests, and giveaways too. Since Mar 2009 Blog goodfoodtoronto.com
Facebook fans 3.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 19K ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
70. LET'S OM NOM
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Cidny. LET'S OM NOM is my Edmonton food blog. Here, you can find my personal opinions and reviews of restaurants and local food, sneak peeks and recaps of upcoming or past events, and photo sets of my favourites. Since Nov 2012 Blog letsomnom.com
Facebook fans 1.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 6.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
71. Just a Foodie
Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada About Blog Exploring the wonderful world of food! On this blog site, Ron Delaney will introduce you to some of his food creations with recipes and plenty of pictures! Frequency 12 posts / year Since Mar 2011 Blog justafoodie.wordpress.com
Twitter followers 3.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 26 ⋅ Domain Authority 11 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Kris Osborne. I'm delighted to share my passion with you for delicious, healthy, approachable, mostly local, and seasonal food. Find The balance between good and good for you. Since Jan 2014 Blog 80twenty.ca
Facebook fans 3.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada About Blog Hello Beautiful! I am so thankful to have you join me here. My name is Ashley, a 29 year old Canadian Mama from Winnipeg, Manitoba Frequency 3 posts / year Blog ashleymariehart.com
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74. The Toronto Cafe and Food Blog
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog The Toronto Cafe and Food is a review blog dedicated to cafes, restaurants, and other foodie stuff across Toronto. Frequency 1 post / year Since Sep 2012 Blog torontocafeandfood.blogspot.com
Facebook fans 334 ⋅ Twitter followers 1.6K ⋅ Domain Authority 7 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
75. Lauren Follett Registered Nutritionist
Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi, I'm Lauren Follett. I am a registered Nutritionist, blogger, passionate about helping others live a healthy lifestyle. I'm dedicated to working closely with my clients to teach and motivate them to make healthy choices, discuss mindful eating strategies and create customized nutrition and fitness programs that fit with their life. Since Dec 2010 Blog laurenfollett.com/blog
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76. Sondi Bruner | Freelance Writer and Holistic Nutritionist
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Sondi Bruner. I am a Vancouver-based freelance writer, holistic nutritionist and food blogger. As a nutritionist, I educate people who follow special diets about how to eat simply, deliciously and safely, allowing them to rediscover the pleasure of food. I create a variety of content pieces like blog posts, web copy, newsletters, e-books, articles that help clients communicate effectively. Since Jan 2010 Blog sondibruner.com
Facebook fans 1K ⋅ Social Engagement 16 ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
77. Oh She Glows | Vegan Recipes by Angela Liddon
Oakville, Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi, I'm Angela and author of the NYT Bestseller, The Oh She Glows Cookbook. Oh She Glows is an award-winning recipe blog featuring over 500 healthy recipes inspiring you to embrace more plant-based foods in your diet without feeling the least bit deprived. Frequency 6 posts / year Since Mar 2015 Blog ohsheglows.com
Facebook fans 387.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 78.9K ⋅ Instagram Followers 639.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 915 ⋅ Domain Authority 71 ⋅ Alexa Rank 114.9K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
78. To Die For | A discerning guide to food
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Food reporter and plant-loving home cook with a passion for sharing to-die-for recipes and restaurant recommendations. Frequency 1 post / year Since Dec 2009 Blog itstodiefor.ca
Facebook fans 8.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 22.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 58 ⋅ Domain Authority 47 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.3M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
79. The Messy Baker
Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Charmian Christie. I'm a food writer, recipe developer and author of The Messy Baker. Join me as I spill, drip and splash through the day. Frequency 12 posts / year Since May 2006 Blog themessybaker.com/blog-posts..
Twitter followers 3.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 47 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.9M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
80. The Green Life | Eat and live consciously
Montreal, Quebec, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Sophie, Holistic Nutritionist, foodie and health enthusiast. The Green Life is a blog in which I share delicious plant-based recipes and inspiration on how to live a healthy, vibrant life. Since Jan 2015 Blog thegreenlife.ca
Facebook fans 5.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 645 ⋅ Social Engagement 14 ⋅ Domain Authority 46 ⋅ Alexa Rank 7M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
Ontario, Canada About Blog Hi I'm Jessica. I'm a lover of travel, soccer and photography. I love to eat clean, share clean eating recipes that I make, and then take pictures of them. I am also a vegetarian, so I hope to inspire you to eat your fruits and vegetables Since Jan 2014 Blog effyeahfood.com
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About Blog WellPreserved is an online community of people from all across the world who are interested in delicious food, sharing ideas, recipes and supports small and sustainable agriculture. Blog wellpreserved.ca
Facebook fans 12K ⋅ Twitter followers 7.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 65 ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact