Come and Get It with the Culinary Content Network: 3/2/2013 Slideshow
Dinners, Dishes & Desserts is a blog by a family-oriented Colorado mom with a desire to share her recipes and try new things. In this post, she zeros in on brown butter (which is "all the rage right now"), and makes a quick, "like [less than] 20 minutes," easy dinner.
Neighbor Food (Finding Community Around the Kitchen Table), is a blog by 20-something community organizer, self-taught baker, and wife, Courtney. From Columbus, Ohio, her blog is about "food, faith, community, and life," and she strives to create a broad-reaching community with a sense of home. Here, she makes a "totally cheater soup," that you just can’t beat.
Looky Tasty is a blog dedicated to "keeping you up to date on fun, food-related events happening in New York City and Chicago," and sharing some insider food deals. In this post, they bring you news of the Schnitzel King, who plans to open up permanent shop in the Bridgeport neighborhood of Chicago.
Foodess creator Jenn lives in Vancouver with her husband and canine friend, who both happen to be "champion spoon-lickers." She’s used to the cold, with fierce storms and long winters, and targets dishes that warm the body, and the soul. Here, she makes our hearts melt with some decadently sweet cupcakes (and mouthwatering photos, too).
Looky Tasty strikes again, with news of the New York City Vegetarian Food Festival, "only days away." Click through to find out more.
Creole Contessa was raised in California but with summers in Louisiana, which she says is home in her heart. She cherishes cookbooks and great novels, fine wine, and delicious recipes. This week, she was featured twice at The Daily Meal, sharing her recipe for a Creole Reuben Melt, "not your ordinary sandwich," and Ooey Gooey Chocolate Chip Brownies ("fudgy wudgy!").
Or Whatever You Do is a self-described terrible namer in dire need of a new bio photo. Bio pages give her writer’s block, but posting content makes her giddy. Or Whatever You Do acts as a place for her to document, share, and communicate with fellow food bloggers, food lovers, family, and friends, and she’s having a blast while doing it. Here, she aims for your sweet tooth, showing you how to make your very own marshmallow fluff.
Coconut & Lime is a "seventh generation Baltimorean, dog owner, reader, movie-watcher, sunglass-wearer," and, wait for it… "food lover." After starting Coconut & Lime back in 2004 as a way to record recipes and share with friends, it and she have since developed into a full time blog/blogger, professional recipe developer, food columnist, two-time cookbook author, and amateur food photographer. In this post, she shares her recipe for scallop fennel chowder, and the photo doesn’t look so amateur.
Stir and Strain blogs about cocktails, "recipes, growing stuff, making stuff and drinking stuff." One mission was to integrate seasonally appropriate ingredients into all cocktails, something which she admittedly, sometimes forgets to do. Here, she chats about trashy TV and her amusing small staff at her day job, and a cocktail inspired by one of them.
Crumb was started back in 2006, first called Good Food, Good Wine and a Bad Girl, as a record for all the recipes that graced this cook’s kitchen. Somewhere along the way, she got attached to food, photography, and writing, and now focuses on things mostly from scratch, with good food and ingredients, and butter, "lots and lots of butter." In this post, she whips up some Mocha-Cinnamon Pots de Crème.