Haniela’s (from my kitchen to yours), likes to be called Hani, for short, and describes herself as "a behind the scenes baker, chef, cookie decorator, gardener, and photographer." In this post, she pays homage to her love for cookie decorating, making 3-D dinosaur cookies that we wish we had our hands on right now.
Kitchen Living with Coryanne describes herself as an "expert, social butterfly, TV host, home cook, writer, and an everywoman." She was "raised by her mother, inspired by her grandmother, and empowered by her girlfriends," and is now a working mother herself and "never without her lip gloss." In this post, she focuses on kitchen design, specifically on the subject of wooden kitchens.
1840 Farm "live[s] and write[s] at the intersection of family, food, and farming." Her 170-year-old farmhouse had onions growing in the cabinets and water sprouting from the stone-walled cellar when she and her family moved in, but the stories those farmhouse walls had to tell kept them locked in, and staying for more. Here, they reflect on the beginning of heirloom tomato seed planting on their farm in 2006, and are proud to provide their favorites to all of your via Etsy.
30A Eats (Take a Bite of the Good Life) loves food, "it’s just that simple." In her blog, Susan Benton goes beyond food's surface, and aims to highlight the people behind its existence, and to show where good food comes from and where you can get it. Also "a sucker for eggs Benedict and anything Mexican food-related," she combines the two here into one impressive breakfast, brunch, or anytime dish.
Art & Lemons is run by a photographer and author who loves good stories, art, and food. She has a master's degree in creative writing and has been cooking since the age of seven, and she uses the blogging space to write, be creative, and eat well. Here, Art & Lemons talks about springtime in New England, and brings us a recipe for asparagus pickles.
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. In this post, Jenn pays attention to our work-night needs, and creates a weeknight-friendly recipe for pulled pork. Her secret? Pork tenderloins.