Karina Allrich is publisher, recipe developer and author Gluten-Free Goddess®. Karina discovered she was gluten intolerant in late 2001—after a decade of unseemly, classic celiac symptoms. She has been cooking and baking gluten-free ever since, serving up hundreds of original recipes on her popular food blog, launched in late fall 2005.
Recipes & Tips from the American Heart Association
Melissa is the founder, photographer and writer of Simply Whisked, a food blog dedicated to making wholesome, exciting food from scratch. She spent the past five years living overseas in France and Kazakhstan while her husband played professional hockey. During that time, she learned to be adventurous in the kitchen and adapt her cooking to locally available ingredients. She also was lucky enough to experience a variety of cuisines as they traveled. Simply Whisked was created to document all of it.
A Story of Sweet Success
Food in Jars
Marisa McClellan is a writer, teacher, and blogger at Food in Jars. She is the author of Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round and Preserving by the Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning for Small Spaces. She has written for Fine Cooking, Parents Magazine, Vegetarian Times, USA Today, the Food Network, Serious Eats, Food 52, The Kitchn, Saveur, Edible Philly, and more. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband. Find more of her jams, pickles, and preserves (all cooked up in her 80-square-foot kitchen) at www.foodinjars.com.
America’s beloved little indigo-colored berry has been around for ages. 13,000 years to be precise. Who can resist that burst of blueberry flavor whether it’s picked fresh or in a muffin or a pie? Taste alone makes these violet-tinged poppers desirable; but now they’ve been anointed as a health food—full of antioxidants and part of a healthy brain diet. This month we invite you to include these delicious blueberry recipes as part of your entertaining agenda or everyday plans. The only thing better than serving delectable, healthy food is eating it!
Hi, I’m Tina, a work at home mom, food blogger, recipe developer and the woman behind Mommy’s Kitchen! I live in Texas and my blog features old-fashioned classics, comfort food and family recipes that are easy on your budget. My goal is to get families out of the fast food line and back to the dinner table, family style, with easy, delicious recipes.
The Juicy Side of Summer
May is Officially National Hamburger Month
Who doesn’t loooove a hamburger? (OK. Vegans and vegetarians this is not your article.) When the Pink staff discovered May is National Hamburger Month, we felt remiss in not celebrating America’s favorite food. We wanted to rectify that. With little persuasion, staff volunteers went out to sample a few of the Lowcountry’s best burgers. Here is their report.
Nutritious Nachos? Lighten up for Cinco de Mayo!
When you think of nachos, if you focus on large platters of chips topped with heaps of meat, cheese and sour cream, think again. The appetizer, snack or meal that’s always been a decadent restaurant favorite is a quick-prep treat at home, too. The even better news is that choosing your own foundations and toppings means that not only can good flavor be at your fingertips, but good nutrition, as well.
Sweet Baby Ray's Gourmet Sauces
Hay, ya’ll. May is OFFICIAL BBQ MONTH! It’s the month we Lowcountry people sweep the last of the pine pollen from our porches and patios and haul out the grill. It’s the month of Memorial Day cookouts when the neighborhood starts to fill with a smoky smell that signals summer guests and get-togethers. It’s time to move the cooking from the kitchen to the backyard! And who better to launch this BBQ blast than Sweet Baby Ray’s, one of America’s premiere BBQ sauce brands.