An Interview with Faith of An Edible Mosaic

Fried Eggplant(small)

Over the last few months I’ve shared several posts about the cookbook An Edible Mosaic. What really drew me to this project (and the cookbook) was how similar Faith’s story was to my own.  I don’t know all the details of her relationship but there are plenty of parallels.  We both met and married Middle […]

FFFB: Lindsey of Gingerbread Bagels

Lindsey of Gingerbread Bagels

This post was published in early 2012. Lindsey’s blog is no longer online and unfortunately I have no contact with her. Lindsey if you’re out there, there’s a lot of us wondering how you are!   I am not much of a baker.  I’ve admitted it several times and never claim to be good at […]

FFFB: Sasha of Global Table Adventure

  Over a year ago I stumbled across Global Table Adventure and was intrigued by the concept.  Essentially this blogger was eating around the world.  She started at A and each week cooked food from a different country.  To be honest, I started following because I wanted to know how long it would be before […]

FFFB: Yvonne of My Halal Kitchen

yvonne maffei my halal kitchen

  Chances are you’ve heard of Yvonne and My Halal Kitchen.  She’s a go to source for many Muslims (especially new Muslims) who are embracing a halal eating and overall lifestyle.  I have been a reader now for many years and enjoy so many of her recipes.  I love them because they are halal versions […]

FFFB: Olga of Mango & Tomato

Olga of Mango & Tomato

  Today I am so happy to share an interview with one of my favorite people.  Olga is a blogging friend who I have had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know in person.  Last May at Eat, Write, Retreat we got to know each other and have been chatting ever since.  I love […]

FFFB: Shulie of Food Wanderings

Shulie of FoodWanderings

  It’s Friday so you know what that means.  It’s time for my favorite female food bloggers series!  Today’s interview is with Shulie Madnick of Food Wanderings.  Shulie describes herself as Indian-Jewish.  She grew up in Israel and has lived in the US for the last two decades. After we left Washington DC three years […]