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Margin Notes by Casey Ellis: Casey writes about food, interior design, art and travel for a variety of publications. And she scribbles constantly in the margins of her cookbooks, recipe binders, travel diaries and interview notebooks. Those ideas and tips are the margin notes of her culinary life and the core of her blog. (But ruminations and digressions occur.)
International Lunchbox: The Goal: To create a collection of international images of children's lunches and the stories, ideas, issues, histories, traditions facts and recipes of the maker. What is important to them when making the meal? A place to learn from one another, bridge cultural perceptions. View socio/economic/environmental and nutritional issues that affect peoples daily lives, at a core level.
Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, Finding the Forgotten Feast: He writes. He fishes. He digs earth, raises plants, lives for food and kills wild animals. He drinks bourbon, Barolo or Budweiser with equal relish and wishes he owned a farm. But most of all he thinks daily about new ways to cook and eat anything that walks, flies, swims, crawls, skitters, jumps - or grows. He is the omnivore who has solved his dilemma. This is his story.
Delicious by Nature, a Healthy Place for Tasty Food: Amy Vig's passion is around making healthy food delicious and accessible. Her blog covers favourite recipes, new discoveries, thoughts and ongoing experiments.
Love At First Bite, Berkeley, The Bay Area and Beyond: He started taking pictures of food that he cooked and ate at restaurants, critiquing meals and generally pretending to be Michael Bauer. His adventures have been set aside to collect dust in numerous photo albums on his computer. Fear not however, he's resolved to finally share hisy collection and opinions.
Food Crusader: Very soon, the crusade against crappy food will begin. The world is rife with wicked food, and it's hiding in surprising places.
Alcademics.com: The study of booze with Camper English.
Alanna Spence :: artist blog: In which I direct you to the food section.
Almost Vegetarian, Good and Good For You: Predominately healthy, vegetarian food with a side order of green, healthy, and organic lifestyle topics including nutrition, cookbooks and food-related books, food and dining tips, kitchen gadgets, green living, organic skin and health products.
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