Great Reads

In addition to writing a blog, I also love reading other blogs. I am so inspired by the work of others around me and I encourage you to check out these blogs! Some of them are about food, some are not, but all of them are fabulous.

"20food is a blog where people in their twenties share their first experiences of growing and cooking their own fresh and local food."

Big Girls Small Kitchen
"Big Girls Small Kitchen is a food website for twenty-something cooks looking for user-friendly, affordable ways to navigate their kitchens"

"I am a girl inspired and motivated by many things, especially food. I look forward to sharing all of the things that excite me, are beautiful to me and keep my belly full."

"This is a comic about cats and humans and dinosaurs and cake."

"With this blog, I do my best to fight waste with taste, to provide alternatives that are beautiful to look at, easy to prepare, and delicious to eat."

"A Minneapolis girl exploring San Francisco. I like things that sparkle."

"Great food can be found locally which lets me eat well, trails are abundant which allows me to run free and the cost of living is low which encourages me to travel far."

"I am obsessed with cooking, eating, sampling new ingredients, styling and photographing food. "

"I started Lottie + Doof as an outlet for what has become an increasingly serious obsession with cooking, hosting and the politics of food."

Minnesota Locavore
"Eating and growing local in the North Star State."

"Self-taught cook, recipe developer, avid foodie, and eater."

"Fearless cooking from a tiny kitchen in New York City."

"I love food as much as the next gourmande. This website is an outlet for us all-somewhere that I would like you to come and vent about your life, share your funny stories and definitely try the recipes."

"The Heavy Table is a Twin Cities-based magazine passionately telling the stories of food and drink — from roots to table — in the Upper Midwest."

"Whether it’s investigative reporting, mouth-watering food coverage or the annual Comix Issue, City Pages proudly serves the most discerning audience in America."

"If you know me in real life you might not want to be here."

Two Pitties in the City
"We write this blog to show how easy it is to have bigger dogs in the city, even with a smaller space and no backyard. We also want to show the realities of pit bull ownership and how they really are an amazing breed."