Last week we posted a question on Facebook asking where you get your recipe inspiration. It was fun digging through the blogs that are new to us. Below is a handful of ideas that you sent in.
But the question is still out there – where do you get your best recipes? What blogs make you want to get in the kitchen? Leave a note below and let us know about it.
Here’s a little inspiration sent in from last week:
Center Cut Cook
“In a nutshell: keep.it.simple. I am the type of person that, unfortunately, lacks patience sometimes. This includes when I’m in the kitchen, therefore, my cooking philosophy is all about making quick and simple meals that are delicious and healthy (with the occasional indulgence!). I’m also the type of person that likes a challenge once in a while. This means that about 85% of my recipes are quick and simple and about 15% might require an excessive amount of ingredients, or a larger chunk of time than I’m typically comfortable with.”
“Through good, natural, real food my family has overcome Hashimoto’s Disease, chronic migraines, IBS, severe asthma and eczema. I want to pass on all of the knowledge I’ve learned to help you also find the key to health.”
“My food philosophy is to eat seasonal, clean, whole foods and maintain good portion control. When you cook your own meals, you know you can feel good about what is going into your body. Let me help you navigate your way around the kitchen and teach you how to prepare delicious, light, fresh meals your whole family will love (and they won’t even realize it’s good for them!)”
“Our goal is to provide you with healthy, flavorful foods and meals that anyone can cook at home. Our specialty is of course transforming your favorite recipes into healthier version with a “Recipe Rebuild”. If you have a favorite recipe that you’d love to have “rebuilt”, simply use the Contact Form and send it to us. We’ll rebuild the recipe and post it for you with your name explaining exactly what we did to transform your recipe and make it healthier.”
“Most of the recipes found here focus on quick and easy meals for the everyday home cook. Using simple, fresh ingredients, we can create a sophisticated, elegant dish for your family in 30 minutes or less, which is much needed for those busy weeknights. We just won’t tell them how easy it really was!”
Tell us, where do you get your best recipes? Leave a note below and we’ll share it with the Plan to Eat community.