Posts Tagged‘favorite female food bloggers’

Fried Eggplant(small)

An Interview with Faith of An Edible Mosaic

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 Eastern men, learning to cook the cuisine they grew up with.  We’ve both spent time in our husband’s countries and navigated the hurdles that go with cross-cultural relationships.  To wrap up this project I decided to interview Faith to find out more about her journey…

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 she gave up (when I found her site she had been going strong for awhile).  It felt like there were so many great blogs dropping off at that time and while I thoroughly enjoyed Global Table Adventure I kept thinking, “gosh I don’t want to…

yvonne maffei my halal kitchen

FFFB: Yvonne of 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 of many of the foods I grew up with.  I come from an Italian/Germanic/Scandinavian  background and was raised in the land of beer and sausage…not halal – not in any way.  Yvonne has made over many of these recipes! She also shares lifestyle, whole living…

Olga of Mango & Tomato

FFFB: 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 her website because it’s a great mix of unique recipes and local info on Washington DC.  It’s kind of like a little trip down memory lane.  Oh and it’s loaded with really gorgeous pictures – she is such a talented photographer!  Meet Olga!    …

Shulie of FoodWanderings

FFFB: Shulie of Food Wanderings

  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 ago I found and met online, so many fun bloggers from that area!  I can’t tell you how much I wish we were still living in DC and I could get together with these fabulous ladies!  Shulie has a really great style, she’s a good…

Sarah Food Bridge

FFFB: Sarah of Food Bridge

  Long ago as I was pouring over blogs (because cookbooks were way too expensive for our budget at the time), I found Food Bridge.  The pictures drew me in but the stories captivated me.  This was a time when I wasn’t really sure how to express myself and the experiences I had.  My blog was a recipe index and my cooking skills were mediocre.  Oh how I wished I could write like Sarah. I bookmarked and visited her page daily for weeks watching and waiting for a new post.  Every new post allowed me to, if even for a…

Alicia of Weekly Greens

FFFB: Alicia of Weekly Greens

  It’s time for my favorite female foodie bloggers Round Two!  Today I would love to introduce you to Alicia of Weekly Greens.  Alicia and I first met on Twitter as we prepared to attend Eat, Write, Retreat last May.  When we finally met in DC at the conference we realized how many similarities we had. We both were born and raised in the Midwest, each have two boys about the same age and both have a love and passion for passing on our love of food to our children.  I truly enjoyed meeting and spending time with Alicia and…

kathy

FFFB: Kathy of The Colors of Indian Cooking

It’s time to start sharing my favorite female food bloggers!  I know I said that it would be a 2012 edition but I had to get started just a few days early because I was so excited.  (Hey, I never was good with the whole patience thing).  So today I would like to introduce you to Kathy of The Colors of Indian Cooking.  I found Kathy’s blog through Twitter (really did you think it would have been somewhere else?)  We’ve shared conversations and I’ve drooled over more of her recipes than I can count.  In the last two years I…