Blogs are the go to place if we are looking for advice in any area - fashion, the latest interior design trend and our favourite, food! Years ago, if we wanted to create a fancy dinner for friends it would involve relying on a cookbook to help guide the process. But today, we have the simple luxury of just checking on Instagram or Facebook for food bloggers to showcase their latest creation followed by an easy guide on how to make it yourself. If you’re looking for new food inspiration, we’ve rounded up our favourite food bloggers who we love who have a genuine love for cooking..and who inspire us to follow in their footsteps. Check them out...
Jacqueline Meldrum is the blogger behind Tinned Tomatoes, a Scottish food blog that offers over 600 family friend vegan and vegetarian recipes. Each of them are completed with images and easy to follow instructions for anyone to create a delicious meal. Jacqueline is a food writer and contributes to publications including Vegan Life Magazine, Reader’s Digest and Great British Chefs and has had the opportunity to work with leading brands including Baxters, Quorn and Tesco.
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Eat like a girl
Irish Born food and travel blogger, Niamh, is now based in London. Her blog shares her latest recipes that will make your lunch or dinner that bit more delicious. If she’s not sharing recipes, you’ll find her reviewing the latest bars or restaurants. Her Instagram account is amazing and full of the most irresistible food videos and images any food lover could only dream of!
The Curry Guy
If you love Indian food then you need to discover The Curry Guy by Dan. He’s a freelance food writer and blogger and occasionally a special events chef from North Yorkshire. He grew up in California where he learnt plenty of family recipes which led to his cooking passion. There’s hundreds of delicious recipes that you’ll find on his blog which has experimented with again and again to make sure it’s as perfect as possible. Follow him to find to how you can spice up your food and give traditional Indian recipes a new life.
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