Director of ECO Reps at NYU, Cate Wright:
“It’s no secret that I am obsessed with food. Demystifying sustainable agriculture is one of my passions and an element of my everyday eating. A lot of my inspiration comes from blogs that I check up on periodically. Here are some of my favorites.“
Cookie + Kate:
Fresh vegetarian recipes with photos that will make you drool on your keyboard. Recipes use seasonal ingredients and are often locally-sourced. Props to this clean and enviable blog.
- Occasional cute dog
My New Roots:
Such. Good. Photos. Started by a holistic nutritionist, these recipes are playful and healthy as heck. No labels as far as vegan, paleo, etc. but the recipes are “whole foods” and boast a bunch of raw food recipes.
The First Mess:
Started by a chef from Ontario, The First Mess shows some stellar cooking with natural foods, seasonal and wholesome meals. Good photos to boot.
My Darling Lemon Thyme:
Gluten-free and lactose-intolerant people rejoice! This blog from New Zealand was started by a chef with interest in vegetarian real food recipes, stories and tips on organic gardening.
A small kitchen revelation. This blog has a great Instagram counterpart and tons of comfort food from scratch. The “Surprise Me” link on the site randomly selects a recipe from the site for you to try.
The mantra: “We share simple, delicious recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, one bowl, or 30 minutes or less to prepare.” This blog is funny and indulgent (while remaining simple). There are tons of vegan desert ideas and breakfast ideas. Overall, very DANK.
Healthy Dishes from Food 52:
This recipe collection from Food 52 has some seriously delicious salad ideas and 8+ pages of healthy recipes and endless regular recipes.
Can You Stay for Dinner:
This blog was started by a food-lover after she lost 100 pounds by following the food-as-medicine mentality. While the recipes are healthy, laden with veggies, the site also has tons of treat-yourself sweets. Andie Mitchell, the blogger, has authored a memoir about her weight loss and her recipes are pretty solid.
More blogs to come! Comment suggestions below and keep cooking.