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Bloggers Who Eat by FavePages Team

by FavePages Team, posted to Food & Drink

A list of bloggers who write about food, wine, recipes and kitchen gear.

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The Family Chef

Amy teaches cooking classes and provides consultations in the Bay Area...more

We love this Bay Area mom and her blog, chock full of amazing classes, events, articles and recipes.

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The Healthy Apple

Amie Valpone, HHC, AADP is a Manhattan based Culinary Marketing...more

SkinnyScoop Tastemaker Amie is Gluten-Free Industry Innovator helping others live a healthy, happy life. Her blog includes tasty recipes and personal stories.

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The Conscious Plate

Suggested by Randy Rabney

Randy Rabney is a trained chef, holistic health coach, author, food lover and parent. She is dedicated to helping people change their relationship with food and teaching them how to make great tasting, healthy meals quickly and easily.

FavePages Team: We're happy to see you on SkinnyScoop - we love finding new blogs to read! This is wonderful :)

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The Budget Diet

Suggested by Kristl Story

The Budget Diet is a diet for your wallet, not your waistline!!!! You'll discover a collection of frugalicious & fast recipes.

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The Weekend Epicurean


A blog about eating, drinking, cooking, movies, random ramblings and...more

Suggested by Swati Sapna

Indian food and experimenting with an ever-widening palate :)

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Foodie International

A foodie takes to the skies for the edible adventure of a lifetime. As...more

Suggested by Elyse Pasquale

Foodie International steps off the beaten path, exploring the culinary cultures of exciting destinations around the world. With a philosophy that focuses on food as living history and a passion for local cuisine, she tells an ongoing story of her own experience and the people and places behind the plates.

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Donuts, Dresses and Dirt

Suggested by sheri

I write mostly about gardening, baking and cooking, I also love to pass along great “finds” – from a beautiful, one of a kind store in Brooklyn (or Portland) to the most amazing donut or lobster roll

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Gluten Free School

Suggested by Jennifer Fugo Gresh

Gluten Free School is a practical, educational hub for all things gluten-free. Visitors find informative articles, reviews and recipes as well as free or low-cost tele-classes with gluten-free experts offering a unique spin on living a healthy, gluten-free life.

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6 Bittersweets

Dietitian in training who also loves baking, especially cupcakes,...more

Suggested by Xiaolu Hou

If you're passionate about food, this is the place for you. I promise you a warm welcome, reliable recipes (sweet and savory), and lots of eye candy of the edible variety!

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Rona Lewis

Low fat, lower carb, healthy recipes from Rona Lewis- fitness and...more

Suggested by Rona Lewis

This site is one stop shopping for having a healthy body and happier life for you AND your family! The recipes are unusual but can be made in an hour or less. The best part? Rona is absolutely hysterical! Get one of her funny, healthy cookbooks "Does This Cookbook Make Me Look Fat? Vol 1 and 2" there, as well! Her fitness tips are an added bonus

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The Pizza Project


Just a bunch of regular folks with a shared desire to write about...more

Suggested by thepizzaproject

Who doesn't like pizza ... or beer, film, music, raising kids, bulldogs and humorous rants on everyday events? Unless you're living under a rock, this blog's got something for you.

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Hungry, Healthy, Happy!

Suggested by Lanae Bays

My blog is focuses not only on food and what I eat but the health of my family and my constant striving for regular exercise amidst a very busy life.

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navy + cream

navy + cream is a blog about food, fashion and all that shimmers in...more

Suggested by elizabeth

navy + cream is my take on food and fashion as a 20-something gal living in the Windy City. I love everything about food - preparing it, eating it, writing about it, photographing it. Food links people together and each bite tells a story. I'm always looking to expand my culinary horizons and consider myself adventurous in the kitchen.

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Simply Nutrition


Suggested by Molly Morgan, RD

nutrition blog written by registered dietitian and author of The Skinny Rules!

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Cooking with coconut oil? With coconut oil recipes, healthy recipes...more

Suggested by Kelapo provides readers with ways to incorporate coconut oil into their diet through recipes, health articles, and expert opinions.

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The Accidental Locavore Home Page


The Accidental Locavore home page. What is a locavore? How to cook...more

Suggested by Anne Maxfield

Learn how a working woman cooks local and fresh for her family. Easy recipes and ideas for you.

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Florida Keys Girl

Life in Key West and Beyond.

Suggested by Stephanie Goldberg Glazer

Florida Keys Girl is a food, travel and lifestyle blog. Heavily focused on Key West and the Keys, I include travels and eating around the globe. Restaurant reviews, wine tastings, cooking and more. Stop by for a slice of paradise.

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Wine For Normal People


Suggested by Wine For Normal Peop

From a Certified Sommelier, Wine For Normal People is neither condescending nor "for dummies." It's for real people who want to know more about a complicated subject, minus the snob factor. It's a great look at wine that's accessible and educational. Readers can also access the podcast to learn more about wine straight from Elizabeth's mouth!

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Two Lazy Gourmets

Suggested by Robin Donovan

Two Lazy Gourmets provides delightfully easy recipes for surprisingly delicious dishes. Coauthors of The Lazy Gourmet: Magnificent Meals Made Easy, Robin and Juliana share simple recipes, cooking tips, and helpful advice for anyone who loves home-cooked, impressive, and delicious food, but is short on time, energy, or kitchen expertise.

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Natural Contents

A lifestyle blog (and marketplace) devoted to the healthy eating of...more

Suggested by Natural Contents

Our food system is broken and the only way to change it is to have a voice. Together we will have impact and we will make strides.

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