I am a DIY craft blogger with a passion for energizing and inspiring people to create something!
A baking blog written by two bakers, one in Portland and one in Brooklyn.
Adventures in Dressmaking is now Create/Enjoy. By Suzannah, lover of sewing, room-creating in my new house, cooking quality food, and de-stressing. Also a recovering former vegan and vegetarian, now healing with a nuterient-dense real food diet, and lifter of heavy things. Sewing book coming out in May 2015!
Kristy editorializes her experiences cultivated from down dogging at yoga, eating something new and amazing, running for the streetcar, or deciding between the bad habits of vodka and Netflix. Dazzleful Life is a place to share the bits of joy found on this wild ride through life.
Greeley Avenue, formally known as Yorgo’s, is a neighborhood sports bar & grill, featuring the famous Yorgo Burger and sports on a dozen big screen TVs. Our blog invites you to join us online to be a part of the good times happening at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill.
Home Cooking Every Day endeavors to help people feed themselves and their families better. By discussing food, offering cooking tips, reviewing restaurant, and most importantly offering our free weekly recipe newsletter, we want to help you cook at home every day.
Joyful Dinners is filled with recipes, lessons and stories to help you become a more creative cook. The blog teaches a system of cooking without recipes using what are called Canvas recipes.
My blog features every day common ingredients and turns them into simple and easy meals that look fancy, taste great and are totally do-able even for the novice kitchen-goer. I also do restaurant reviews, do promotional traveling and family posts.
Hi, I’m Waz! I recently relocated from New York City to Portland, Oregon. I’m an architect turned graphic designer, and I discovered my love for food while working in advertising for the wine industry. When I moved to NYC in 2011, I started Let’s Nom Nom as to document my cooking and dining adventures in my new city.
Over the years, I’ve gone from flexitarian to vegetarian to mostly vegan, and my blog has followed me on this journey. A plant-based diet is healthier and kinder to my body, to animals, and to our environment. I believe the best way to win omnivores over is by raising awareness of the positive effects of the plant-based movement and by celebrating great food that just so happens to be vegan. Today, my blog focuses on all things veggie, from restaurant reviews, to vegetarian recipes, to lifestyle and local events.
Lastly, why Let’s Nom Nom? Because food brings people together, and great food is best enjoyed with company!
This blog is a collection off original recipes, some healthy, some not, but all made with fresh ingredients, based on seasonal eating. A small collections of my travel adventures.
A blog from a former makeup counter queen, currently lost in the great outdoors and navigating my way around the kitchen. This is my collection of adventures in cooking and baking, dining locally, and exploring about the great pacific northwest, primarly Portland. This is my big trail of crumbs.
A Paleo business that provides tips and support for Paleo living. Recipe development, paleo guidelines, lifestyle support, and budget friendly resources, At this time my website is more of a support for my social media endeavors, but I want to change that,
Pâte à Chew is the blog and recipe journal of Mary Ellen, a wannabe pastry chef in Portland, Oregon.
I am a professional photographer in Portland, Oregon. One of the genres I specialize in is Food Photography… and I love it! I photograph restaurants in the Portland area. I also freelance for Portland Monthly, Edible Portland and 1859 where you can see some of my food photography featured. I also like to play at home in my small studio, photographing delicious dishes and treats.
I like to weave snippets from my life into short stories that accompany the recipes- whether it is a story about the first time I ate fried squash blossoms or a humorous piece about the hidden dangers of divorce: surplus baked goods.
Powered by Tofu is all about food – growing, cooking, and eating; travel – near and far; and enjoying life.
Written by Annie, a young woman learning to cook and eat in Portland, Oregon. Focusing on eating what she wants, trying new things, and always hunting for the greatest meals.
The summer after second grade, at the tender age of eight, I started my first job. In the early morning hours, when the dew was still heavy on the vines, I boarded an old school bus with my siblings and most of the other town kids and rode to Hentze’s Berry Fields. Here I would spend the day picking strawberries. For pennies. This wasn’t exploitative child labor, it was a way of life in this small town nestled in the farmlands of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. It was a lot of things, more of which I’ll write about later, but for me it was the beginning of a passion for food. A passion that I have been blessed to make a career. Deep in my being is that red headed girl with the berry stained jeans. Strawberry Woman is the grown up version of that little girl, armed with lessons from a complicated life and countless hours cooking, ready to guide, instruct and inspire others toward a more peaceful and creative relationship with the kitchen.
Trying to bridge the gap between loving good and being healthy, Tastes of Tom reviews recipes from food blogs, cookbooks, websites and also Portland restaurants and dining.
Its not so much that I thrive on awkward situations, it’s more that I seem to find myself in a lot of them, and thrive anyway… I think that life is all about embracing the every day encounters that give life a little bit of flavor… AKA loving on the little stuff… a lot. Mostly this is a place for me to tell stories about my life, what I’m cooking, crafting, reading, thinking, enjoying, and feeling on any given day. I don’t always proofread, though I probably should start. I like pickles, champagne, peanut sauce, the Red Sox, adventures and some other things. I’ve spend the last seven years directly and indirectly orbiting the Oregon food and wine scene, (delicious!) but mostly I’m just living and loving life in the Willamette Valley. Technically I’m a fashion consultant and boutique manager,but I also teach yoga and barre, and spend a lot of my free time wrangling my troll baby of a bulldog, pretending like I know how to garden, and working on developing my skills as a domestic goddess.
Join me and my darlin’ Mr. B for great food and good vibes – including events, destinations, DIY and crafty arts – all from the heart of the Pacific Northwest.
Portland based avid eater and pediatrician exploring old family recipes, new challenges, and little dabbles into food science!
See reviews on great restaurants when you want to dine out on the town and deliciously healthy recipes when you want to stay in. Recipes are dairy-free and gluten-free adaptable. Since food and travel go hand-in-hand, stay tuned for where to eat when you’re traveling throughout the Pacific Northwest too!
This Beautiful Day is a lifestyle website that reaches young, professional women ages 25-35 who are in the post-college phase of their life. We offer travel guides, curated restaurant suggestions, healthy recipes, life advice, beauty picks and style tips to get our readers inspired! My personal love of food and travel was what pushed me to start blogging and I’m pretty excited to share with you a few of my favourite finds on This Beautiful Day.
We are blog partners and partners in real life, love to cook, photograph and write about it.
[IN]COMPLETE is a new kind of magazine: one that celebrates you, just the way you are. We believe in the empowerment of all and feature stories from men, women and children – everyone has a voice worth hearing and a story worth telling.
[IN]COMPLETE is a celebration of being present, now. We recognize that we live in a society that is consistently pushing toward the next big goal, and rarely focusing on just how far we’ve come. We believe in goals, in fact we encourage them, but we also believe in slowing down, breathing, and celebrating where we are, now.
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that life is about the small details, and that they all deserve celebration
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