The Hungry Goddess, food for the ravenous soul, is a blog by Kimberly Moore, a "foodie, cook, food writer, and recipe creator," who is always hungry, and always sharing. In this post, Kimberly cooks crabcakes that are spicy and salty and spread with lemon-garlic aioli.
Bake or Break is a Mississippi-born baker, who learned early the joys of baked goods. Now living in New York City with her husband, she continues baking and has added recipe development, blogging, and more to her repertoire. Here, Bake or Break bakes "shortbread cookie[s] dressed up with brown butter" and packed with flavor.
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. In this post, she tries a recipe for Korean-style short ribs from the cookbook The Butcher’s Guide: An Insider’s View to Buy the Best Meat and Save Money, which she describes as the "perfect how-to guide" on meat, from the selection, storage, and preparation to the cooking processes. She calls these short ribs "stunners."
The Adventures of MJ and the Hungryman are a husband and wife superhero-inspired team who combine their "powers" of cooking and bottomless eating in the kitchen. Here, the team is inspired by the classic holiday flavors to make biscotti that can be paired with a cup of hot chocolate or coffee.
What Jew Wanna Eat is "your source for home-cooked (sometimes) kosher goodness." Here, What Jew Wanna Eat incorporates beets into an unexpected recipe for beet rugelach.
Miss in the Kitchen, a wife and mother of three, started her own barbecue sauce business and knows how to cook for the cowboys of the West. Her life in Wyoming is picturesque, but her desire to reach people keeps her writing, cooking, and sharing with the world. In this post, Miss in the Kitchen makes the "ultimate breakfast treat perfect for Christmas morning," stuffed with bacon, chocolate, and peanut butter chips that make it "crazy good."
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. In this post, Plated | The Dish bakes gingersnaps with triple the ginger: fresh ginger, dried ginger, and candied ginger.