I'm a young woman beginning my adult life, and I'm determined to do it in a healthy way! Sweating It details the trials and tribulations of my foray into the fitness world, my successes and failures in the kitchen, and reflections on healthy living. ...more
I’m a total foodie moving back and forth between the US and Sweden, who likes to combine European techniques with American flavors!
Cooking comfort food – American or traditional Swedish food (or “Husmanskost”) – from scratch are major passions of mine!...more
Swede and Sour Kitchen is a place where one can learn about Swedish traditional foods and culture. It is a place for those learning Swedish and for those interested in learning Swedish, as posts are written in both English and Swedish. It is a place for me to write about the trials and tribulations of living in a place that is not New York City....more
I'm an American living in Spain. I write about my culinary discoveries in Europe, favorite recipes from my home in Utah, and tricks and techniques to inspire home cooks. Let's eat our way through Europe together!...more
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Sweet & Savory Life is my vessel to help others savor the sweetest parts of everyday. My name is Sarah and I blog about topics that involve self-fulfillment, learning from life's lessons (sometimes the hard way), and balancing life as it comes....more
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Well hello there! *schwinngg* I'm Lisa (30) a disabled mum of three little girls, and a giant man-baby living in Nottingham, England.
I enjoy cooking (when the children don't cock their noses up at my wonderful 'creations') and am broadening my horizons by baking up some yummy mummy dessert treats. I'm an amateur so, I won't be just cooking up a treat, I'll often be found 'cocking' up a treat too! :)
A food blog about reinventing family dinner. Sweet Basil is all about getting families back into the kitchen to cook good meals together. I like to show people that cooking meals does not need to be so hard, time consuming or expensive, it can be fun and delicious. I believe that families who cook and eat together from home tend to live healthier and happier lives. Cooking with each other is so important because it provides an opportunity to talk with your children, teach them about math and science all while having fun and eating great food....more