What is Food Fetish Friday?
I'm obsessed with food. So I stalk food blogs. I seek out food that inspires me, food that shocks me and food so beautiful I'm left trembling with envy and desire. And on Fridays, I share the tastiest highlights of my weekly food-stalker travels. It's what I call #FetishWorthy food and it's my way of saying THANK YOU to all the amazing foodies who have dedicated themselves to making the rest of us drool. Browse the food
Who are the Featured Foodies?
Each Friday, I also select and interview one amazing blogger whose food has been previously featured in the Food Fetish Friday series. We discover what makes these Featured Foodies tick, where they find their food inspiration and drool once more over fabulous creations. Meet the Featured Foodies
Looking for a specific recipe? Need some inspiration? Now you can easily browse all the incredible food previously featured in the Food Fetish Friday series. Just pick a category or food blogger and enjoy. Find a recipe
The Food Fetish Friday series can also be found on Pinterest, Tumblr and Twitter so now can keep drooling no matter where your travels take you. You can even pin amazing food you discover to the #FetishWorthy Food Pinterest board (email me for access).
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Mellissa Sevigny is the creator of I Breathe... I'm Hungry, a food blog focused primarily on low carb and gluten free eating. She recently released The Gluten Free Low Carber e-cookbook. Having received her first cookbook at just four years old, Mellissa has been in the kitchen ever since. In 2004 she competed, and placed third in, The View's Next Food Network Star, a pilot program for the now popular Food Network show. Currently she resides in South Carolina with her husband of 19 years, their 5 year old son, two cats, a fish, and a snail named Bleebop.
Carrie Burrill is the creator behind the blog Bakeaholic Mama. A former pre-school teacher turned wannabe baker. Carrie is a wife, mother of 3, a yogi, and the lover of all things bacon!
Katrina is a wife and a mom in a house full of boys who love to eat. She is often baking and cooking with baby on her hip and a Hot Wheels car in her hand. In Katrina's Kitchen is a blog about sweets and eats...but mostly sweets!
Lorraine Elliott is the founder and publisher of the food blog Not Quite Nigella. A former Advertising Media Strategist, she began the blog in September of 2007 after repeated suggestions from friends and family. She has been blogging full time since January 2009. The blog features a new story every day with stories alternating between a cooking story and a restaurant review or store visit. Her blog with 190,000 unique readers and 380,000 page views per month, it is the most popular food blog in Australia. She has a memoir due out in 2013 about the adventures of her blog which is published by Penguin Books. She lives Sydney, Australia with her food apathetic husband and her collection of 140 pairs of shoes.
Chung-Ah Rhee is the author of Damn Delicious, a food blog filled with unique, homemade recipes with step-by-step photos to help facilitate your own recreations of these wonderful dishes. She loves green bananas and breaking a sweat at spin class.
People are sometimes surprised that I do have a full-time job. I recently went back to school for three years to study Business Management and I recently started a second career working at Memorial University of Newfoundland. I'm married with two kids in their early teens who keep both me and the missus very busy. I've cooked almost my entire life, since about 9 or 10 years old. All my adult life I've spent experimenting with cooking and baking. My blog is a natural extension of that; it is the way I've always lived - the only difference in the last five years is now I write about it and share all those recipe experiments.
Nami was born and raised in Japan and now lives in San Francisco with her husband and two young children. Her website JustOneCookbook.com features quick & easy Japanese home cooking recipes with step-by-step pictorial directions. She shares both traditional food, such as Tempura and Tonkatsu, and contemporary food that local U.S. Japanese restaurants do not offer but are enjoyed by most households in Japan. She enjoys cooking and eating good food, traveling, and spending time with family & friends.
Liz Berg's That Skinny Chick Can Bake blog is filled with humor and excellent advice about baking and cooking in general. Liz shares her enthusiasm for cooking and baking, and is generous with her tips, suggestions, and friendship. Her photos are drool-worthy and often include glimpses of the family dog, Lambeau. Her husband and 3 children prefer to stay out of camera range. Liz's blog is easily approachable and good for bakers and cooks of any level.
Amy is a competitive runner who happens to be a vegetarian passionate about baking as well as cooking. She enjoys experimenting with new recipes and trying to revamp old classics to make them healthier without sacrificing taste - as well as creating some new fabulous dishes!
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