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. In this post, the team joins forces to make this turkey panini with Gruyère and cranberry sauce.
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. Here, Alison begins preparing her Thanksgiving recipes early and puts this kale pasta salad, which she says pairs well with turkey, on her list.
The Picky Eater is a "whole-wheat" girl who marries a "white bread" guy. She uses her blog to share recipes she makes that please a fusion of the two. In this post, The Picky Eater "dresses up" store-bought ingredients, making them taste "totally homemade" in this ravioli recipe.
Feed Your Soul Too started as a cooking outlet. Now, blog owner Peter loves nothing more than "being in the kitchen, listening to music, creating tasty meals, and bringing family and friends together." Here, Peter gives us tips on how to cook a turkey and keep it moist with this simple recipe for Cajun turkey breast.
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 shares a recipe perfect for someone who is "minorly-to-seriously addicted" to pad thai.
Dinners, Dishes & Desserts is a blog by a family-oriented Colorado mom with a desire to share her recipes and try new things. Here, Dinners, Dishes & Desserts meets a challenge to pair chocolate with pecans in this recipe for oatmeal chocolate chip bars.
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. In this post, Bake or Break calls this chocolate brownie cake made with three types of chocolate a dessert that "begs to be hoarded and invites you to just eat a little bite every now and then."