Ever wonder where to find more great recipes? Here’s what I like!
Besides Pinterest, of course. You are on Pinterest, right? Come follow me so we can share inspiration.
Ladled: Nourishing Soups for All Seasons by Kimberly Harris
Love soup or want to incorporate more nutrient-rich homemade broth into your life? You need this book! Every recipe I’ve made is delicious.
Fresh: Nourishing Salads for All Seasons by Kimberly Harris
Lots of great salad ideas from traditional favorites to more creative fare, including leafy green salads, vegetable salads, and grain salads. Here dressing recipes are excellent.
Quick & Easy Chinese: 70 Everyday Recipes by Nancie McDermott
Glorious One Pot Meals: A Revolutionary New Quick and Healthy Approach to Dutch Oven Cooking by Elizabeth Yarnell
Expect meal quality similar to a slow cooker, but in only 45 minutes. Prep in 15, then go out for a family walk while dinner cooks. Great for those who cook for 2 also.
Not all online recipes are created equal. When I want to KNOW dinner will be good, and to find recipes easily, here’s where I go:
These recipes are tops! I’ve never made a dud. Some of our favorites from Elise Bauer’s site include Albondigas Soup, Dad’s Fish Stew, Salmon Fish Stew Brazilian Style, and Chicken Breasts with Mushroom Sage Sauce.
With recipes from Gourmet and Bon Appetit magazines, this is a first stop when I want something special.
I’m partial to recipes by Alton Brown, Emeril, and Ina Garten. They’re always good!
Food blogs are a bit of a mixed bag. Upsides: personal touch and voice, often stunning photography, and a steady drip of recipes and ideas. Downside: usually disorganized (i.e., not always your best bet for finding the right recipe in a pinch). I love ’em, warts and all. Here are a few favorites.
The Nourishing Gourmet: Beautiful Food Made Simple
Kimberly Harris shares yummy, kid-friendly, everyday recipes in the Weston A. Price tradition. I’ve followed her for years and years and now write for her monthly.
Nourished Kitchen: Reviving Traditional Foods
Jenny has great meal plans too. We’ve been trying out the 3-meal-per-week subscription and really like it.
101 Cookbooks: A Recipe Journal
Heidi Swanson knows her eye candy. A vegetarian blog, it will have you drooling all over broccoli rabe, quinoa, and pumpkin seeds.