October 24, 2014 in New blogs
A Table for Two Girls documents Lorraine and Laura’s love for food and photography.
Alessandra is originally from Italy but has been living in Dublin since 2005, and she shares her easy recipes at Ale Simple Recipes.
Chef Adrian is the ambassador for the Associated Craft Butchers of Ireland and shares recipes on his blog.
Chickpea Girl features super healthy, tasty vegetarian recipes and tips for good nutrition. It’s less about being vegetarian more about loving veggies.
Judith’s mantra is gluten free, not taste free, at Coeliac Pages.
Anna collects recipes for student life and foodie travel tips that centre around Paris, where she is currently based, at Daisy Chain Feasts.
Divine Bakes blogs about – you guessed it – baking. Kasia also bakes to order.
Emma shares recipes and ideas about food from her pokey Drumcondra kitchen at E-D Does It.
Eat Drink Run Fun is all about Rory’s four passions: eating, drinking, running and having fun, not necessarily in that order!
Aoife’s heart (and belly) truly lies with desserts and sweet things, and you’ll find plenty of them at her blog, Eat Well Travel Far Love Often.
Entertain with Food is Amy’s collection of easy-to-prepare meals, party style and easy entertaining food, gluten-free and healthy recipes as well as gorgeous desserts.
Everyday Cooking with Mira is all about homely, nutritious and delicious food prepared on a budget.
Jennifer is an artisan chef and posts her own recipes with an emphasis on using fresh Irish produce at For Love of Grub.
Georgia has a passion for clean eating and shares recipes and tips at the Georgia Eats Clean blog.
John owns a small catering business in Kilkenny called Potbelly Foods and he blogs about food and recipes at the Potbelly Blog.
Rebel Gourmet has it all: restaurant reviews, recipes, cooking techniques, recipe book reviews, cooking gadget reviews and specialist ingredients.
Rosanna’s Kitchen is a collection of simple, healthy recipes with a focus on recipes that are low in sugar and suitable for those who are wheat free and dairy free.
The Little Green Spoon showcases Indy’s passion for cooking with real food using healthy, whole and nutritious ingredients to develop new recipes and put a healthy twist on old classics.