If you enjoy good writing, striking food photography, uniquely indulgent recipes, and/or the New York food scene, The Crepes of Wrath is a blog you should be reading. Arizona native Sydney Kramer, 26, develops and photographs recipes like Heirloom Tomato and Parmesan Pie and Happy Goth Pops with Berries and Glitter (yes, you read that right), and is able to seamlessly weave bits of her life and all the amazing foods she eats around town into each post. She was recently Yahoo! Food's Blogger of the Week and nominated in Saveur Blog Awards' "Most Delicious Food" . . .
For this installment of Favorite Foodies, I am so excited to feature Emma Gonzalez, half of the duo behind Eat Our Feelings. Eat Our Feelings is a food-centric web series about two twenty-something New York girls, trying their best to navigate through life, while also showing you how to make approachable healthy recipes. It's all very Girls meets Portlandia meets Ellie Krieger. I first found out about the series from a chef at work (since Emma is a graduate of Natural Gourmet Institute), who burst into my office demanding I Google it. It's impossible to ignore the . . .
I first stumbled upon Alana's blog Fix Feast Flair through Twitter, and was immediately charmed. I loved her minimalist yet beautiful photographs and approachable voice, and knew the woman behind this blog must have major style (turns out I was right - gotta love a gal who can accessorize with a banana). A Hawaiian transplant currently living in Los Angeles, Alana is a talented baker (check out her 12 Days of Cookies!) and she gets crafty, too. Read on for our Q&A and get to know my newest Favorite Foodie! What was your motivation for starting Fix Feast . . .
For the first installment of this new series, I'm super excited to introduce Sarah Coates, the gal behind one of my favorite food blogs, The Sugar Hit. Sarah's writing is witty and to-the-point, her photography stunning, and her recipes unique yet totally approachable - it's no surprise her site has a loyal, international following, and that she's been in publications like, Food and Wine and Food 52, to name a few. Keep reading to learn more about the force behind the amazing Australian blog. Vivid childhood food memory: One of my favourite childhood food . . .