Many of the recipes can be incorporated into a weight loss program, especially Weight Watchers, as I am currently on my own weight loss journey.
WARNING: Some recipes are definately NOT weight loss friendly and have been shared because they are just too good NOT to cook!!
We just hope you enjoy these recipes just like we do!!
Oh forgot to mention – a glass of wine here and there helps too!
While I am an omnivore, the vast majority of recipes on this blog are vegetarian, and many more are vegan, gluten-free or allergy friendly. I feel strongly that everyone deserves to have gorgeous food in their lives – and if the allergy-friendly food isnâ€™t so good that the people without allergies are fighting over it, Iâ€™m not doing my job properly!
Why Cats.Kids.Cake? Because no matter how I plan my day, life seems to happen in that order.
As a self confessed cookbook hoarder, I find myself drooling over the pages more than cooking the recipes themselves. I'm hoping that this blog will make sure that I always leave room for dessert.
Each week Finger, Fork & Knife celebrates great fresh produce and inspiring ingredients, gives clear
step-by-step instructions and offers brilliant ideas for your next picnic, lazy breakfast in bed, fabulous
dinner party, midnight munchies, and more.
Food is my obsession, cooking is my therapy and blogging about it is my destiny…
Written by Kate Willbourn-Trevett, a born & raised Sydneysider foodie.
At foodies agenda, Kate shares her obsession of eating & cooking great food, Sydney's restaurant & market scene, memorable drops of vino and foodie escapes near & far.
As an admin girl, I'm not rich, so I'm not going to eat at mega-expensive restaurants (unless it's a special occasion). I'm aiming for places with reasonably priced meals that won't send me bankrupt.
As I like to travel and eat, there's a need for me to make a diary to compile all foods and places I have tried and seen so that it won't be forgotten. This can also help me when some of my friends ask me for recommendation. Since this is a diary, I will always express my honest opinion whenever reviewing (including the good and the bad of every experience).
The name "Miss Food Fairy" came from my husband sharing my food with his work colleagues. After eating, they were very appreciative and said â€˜thank Nicole for the food. We wanted something to eat & â€˜prestoâ€™ thereâ€™s Nicoleâ€™s food â€“ sheâ€™s like a food fairyâ€™.
. . . the name stuck, and Miss Food Fairy was born
Predominantly based in Brisbane, Queensland, the Miss Foodie blog will take you on an adventure into her divine world of food, cooking, eating, dining, drinking, arts and love of life.
Over the years her day job in communications has seen her working in diverse industries, from book publishing to public transport infrastructure, all the while dreaming about that next meal (as if it might be her last).
This blog is about her relentless search for good food – mostly in her home town of Brisbane.
Of course she'll share reviews and recipes, but it's also about relishing the experiences along the way. And she'd love to hear about yours too!
We are Al and Kel, two mumma's in our early 30's, both with little boys in the baby to toddler age group. We love getting out and about in our home town of Hobart to catch up with friends over good food and great coffee. Our boys always come along for the ride, so finding great kid friendly cafes is our mission. If you are in the Hobart area, or planning a visit to Hobart then check out our blog and join us on our quest to find which cafes in our local area take kid friendliness as seriously as they take great food and coffee.
â€˜Saneâ€™ is not something that comes first to mind to her friends. Neither does â€˜at homeâ€™ on a long weekend, but thatâ€™s a tale for another summerâ€™s day.
This site was created from my love of cooking, a passion that is now spilling out of the kitchen and onto the net.
Half Thai, half Chinese and grew up in Australia, I have experienced food from the best of a few worlds in a real way. Here is where I scribble down my notes.
This site is not about 30 minute meals or calorie counting recipes. Itâ€™s about cooking delicious food regardless of what it takes. On a 500sqm suburban block, Pickles and I maintain a veggie patch, raise chickens, collect eggs and cook up a storm with the freshest ingredients possible.
So join me on my food journey which will see me on until Iâ€™m hunched and grey. Drop by anytime, Iâ€™m just a dot com away.
Written by your typical everyday time-poor couple, we like quick and easy, but still tasty recipes in an effort to try to eat out less. We also share our experiences with food and all our favourite foodie things like cheese and tea. Follow our journey to show our kitchen some love.
Myriad magic mirrored memories, food, family, mythology and memes are some of the themes of the blog
These are my food adventures both in my kitchen and enjoying the food of others.
As always made with love xox
Also full of: occasionally humorous ranting and ms paint diagrams.
There aren't many vegetarian recipes that catered for those who also want to avoid dairy and wheatâ€¦ and so this blog was bornâ€¦ Vegematarian is an online recipe book that explores dairy-free and gluten-free (but not flavour-free) vegetarian recipes. There is also a focus on high alkaline and low acidic food to help maintain general well-being in the body.