Come and Get It with the Culinary Content Network
Ingredients, Inc. is a blog by Alison Lewis, editor-in-chief and founder of Healthy Travel, a digital magazine that launched in March of this year. She has a number of roles on her résumé, from cookbook author to television and social media spokesperson to president of Ingredients, Inc., a media consulting company in Birmingham, Ala. In this post, Alison shares a recipe for pumpkin bread, which can make a yummy snack as well as a holiday gift.
Buffy and George (Trying not to step on dogs in the kitchen) , named after her beloved and always-in-the-way dogs, started as a blog about the musings of life and quickly morphed into a food blog. Now she follows two basic principles, “rule-breaking and a bit of laziness,” and uses local, good quality ingredients to share her recipes with you. Here, Buffy and George reminisce about strawberry freezer jam, made with hand-picked, fresh strawberries.
What You’re Missing KC covers anything you may be missing that involves food in Kansas City. In this post, What You’re Missing KC shares a press release for authentic Tex-Mex restaurant Chuy’s, which recently opened in Kansas City. The menu features hand-rolled tortillas made on a comal in the dining room, eight made-from-scratch sauces, including the famous Creamy Jalapeño, and signature dishes such as Chicka-Chicka Boom-Boom Enchiladas, Big As Yo’ Face Burritos, and Elvis Green Chile Fried Chicken.
Plated | The Dish features a variety of chef-designed meals each week, offering ingredients that are ready-to-order and delivered to your door with recipe instructions. Here, Plated | The Dish rounds up some favorite places to eat in the Windy City including Hot Dougs, Publican, and Big Star.
Valley & Co. Lifestyle, a “husband and wife wedding and event planning and design duo,” loves recipes, cocktails, creative campaigns, and entertaining, among other things. In this post, the couple prepares for Halloween by demonstrating how to make spooky Halloween silhouettes for your home.
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, Courtney gives us a fall recipe for apple blondies that are soft and chewy and have a “killer cinnamon-spiked apple cider glaze.”
Cooking with Michele invites readers to travel along with her as she chronicles her food- and wine-filled journeys around the world. Here, Cooking with Michele recaps a culinary weekend in Seattle through Instagram photos.