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Minimalist Meal

Minimalist Meal

Hi there, I’m Katherine—curious, passionate, a little dippy perfectionist are some adjectives that could define my passion. I decided to write a culinary blog to meet, share ideas, and my good plans for not only making food but also for travelling. All of my dishes...

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Minimalist Meal

Hi there, I’m Katherine—curious, passionate, a little dippy perfectionist are some adjectives that could define my passion. I decided to write a culinary blog to meet, share ideas, and my good plans for not only making food but also for travelling. All of my dishes...

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The Chronicles of Ms. I-Hua and the Boy

The Chronicles of Ms. I-Hua and the Boy

I’m an avid food, travel, and entertainment blogger based in Melbourne (Australia). I started this blog out a few years ago as a way to get away from reality and work. What started out as a personal blog for venting purposes has somehow evolved into a food, travel and entertainment blog. Mostly though, this blog is about food.

Why food? The answer is simply because I’m Malaysian (and that should answer a lot of questions). Food is and has always been a central point of our culture. We literally live to eat.

This is a repository for me to record my feelings and my experiences with my readers.

This is also collaborative blog between the Boy (my love and my new husband) and I to share with others the food we eat and cook as well as the adventures we have together.

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Nutrition to Kitchen

Nutrition to Kitchen

My name is Tram Le, a Registered Dietitian and foodie who is originally from California, but my friends say I am intracontinental! I’ve also lived in Hawaii, Houston, and now Maryland. My passion for food and cooking started when I lived on my own in college. I would cook for my friends, and after I graduated, I realized that food and nutrition was the place I needed to be, so I became a Registered Dietitian. Even though it might not be to others, my favorite classes were the food preparation and cooking classes!

I believe in eating more real food, and less processed foods. It’s really rare when I buy cookies or chips or crackers, because if I’m craving something sweet, I usually opt for the “real thing” and bake it myself. I feed my family, and I feed them well. I’m not on some diet and restrict foods, but I would say what we eat is heavily plant-based, and moderate in fats, grains, and proteins. We eat out twice a week. We get ice cream once a week. We walk everywhere, and I love it.

My philosophy on food and keeping a balance of mind, body, and spirit is simple: nurture your body, nurture your soul.

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Girli Chef

Girli Chef

Michiana-based food, drink, and travel writer with a fondness for garlic, freshly baked bread, stinky cheese, single malt Scotch, and Mexican food.

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Orangette

Orangette

My name is Molly Wizenberg, and I write this blog.

I live in Seattle, but I grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I like peanut butter, fried eggs, scrambled eggs, meatballs, cabbage, sausage, raspberries, soup dumplings, chocolate, ice cream, and nectarines, though preferably not all at once.

I started Orangette in July of 2004. I had just decided to quit a Ph.D. program in cultural anthropology, and I didn’t know what to do with myself. The only thing I knew was that, whatever I did, it had to involve food and writing. I thought it might be kind of great to write for a food magazine someday, but I had no idea how. In the meantime, I decided I would just get a job doing whatever, and then write after hours. I told a journalist friend about my decision, and being very wise, he suggested that I start a blog. It would help hold me accountable, he said: having a blog would force me to sit down and write regularly, even when it felt difficult. So I started Orangette.

Ten(!!!) years later, here I am, with this blog, a book, a second book, and a husband whom I met through this site. In August of 2009, he and I opened a restaurant called Delancey, and in August of 2012, we opened Essex, a bar and restaurant next door to Delancey. And less than a month later, on September 9, 2012, our daughter June was born. And—wait! almost forgot—I also co-host the food-and-comedy podcast Spilled Milk with my friend Matthew Amster-Burton.

It’s been insane, mostly in a good way. Mostly. Thanks so much for stopping by.

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Veggie Desserts: From the Garden to the Cake Stand

Veggie Desserts: From the Garden to the Cake Stand

I’ll happily admit that I have an obsession with putting veggies into desserts. Spinach cake, parsnip spice loaf, chocolate beetroot cupcakes … I could go on and on. In fact, I haven’t baked a dessert without any vegetables in it for a few years. And I don’t hide them, the veggies stand loud and proud in desserts around this house.

I’m a mum to two toddlers (who never go in the same direction), and I try to give them healthy, fresh food. My love of veggie desserts started with the cake for my son’s first birthday. It was to be his first taste of chocolate, and although I wasn’t going to begrudge him that, I wanted it to be a bit better for him. After a few trials, his cake was ready: one layer of chocolate beetroot and one layer of chocolate butternut squash. It wasn’t exactly healthy, but it was a big step up from a shop bought cake. They went down well with everyone and my love of veggie desserts began.

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66 Square Feet

66 Square Feet

South Africa–born Marie Viljoen captures the hearts of her readers as she blogs about cooking and gardening on her tiny 66-square-foot terrace in Brooklyn. Named one of the top 10 gardening blogs by Apartment Therapy and the Discovery Channel, 66 Square Feet has also been covered in the New York Times.

66 Square Feet was the footprint of her first tiny terrace in Brooklyn. The garden and the meals she made there inspired this blog and subsequent book. In late 2013 she left Brooklyn because our landlord hiked the rent dramatically. The Frenchman, the woman, and the cat moved to Harlem, and a new terrace.

This is a blog about gardening in tight spaces, about food and cooking over an open flame. About wine. And water. And watering … and picnics.With pauses for foraging. And cocktail-shaking.

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