They are favorite for reading about food or because I actually try their recipes. I read a lot of recipes. I try very few.
- Afroculinaria: Reading, history of food. Michale Twitty is a GREAT writer . . . I may try a recipe, but I simply enjoy reading this man’s writing.
- Love, Food and Beer: Recipes. Brian writes a good shtick about his food to, so he is a foodie. But it is his recipes I love. The first one was his Lemon Pepper Chicken.
- Taste of Colors: How can an artist not like this one? Her Carrot Pancakes got me. For those of you who are challenged by the metric system, she may be a bit hard to follow.
- Dinner Bank: I read their Morrocan recipes. I was hooked with Coffee Chicken from Kenya.
- A Life Well Lived: Great recipes! Amanda also has a lovely blog . . .
- Organic Consumers Association: They can be trusted to know what is going on, and deliver it without the hype. I like their offshoot pages, such as ORCA, the pages on good places to shop in your area.
- The Non-GMO Project: What’s to say? If you still think that GMO is akin to hybridization, then you need to get the facts.
- The Humane Farming Association: “The Humane Farming Association is the nation’s most effective organization dedicated to the protection of farm animals.”
- The Joy of Cheese: Info on cheese making and the cheese industry, plus info on good cheeses. My downfall.