EAT better

don’t think…thank


While pondering our next blog post and browsing some favourite blogs for inspiration over a cup of tea, my teabag provided the answer…’don’t think…thank’. So with that in mind, and by way of thanks for all the inspiration they have provided, we thought we would share some of our favourite food blogs in the hope that you too would gleen some inspiration and insight from these creative and inspiring people.

Oh and by the by, i am loving this Choco Yogi Tea. it’s warming, slightly spicy but with a definite cocoa kick to it – the perfect hug in a mug for these cold winter days.

[Sprouted Kitchen]

Sara and her husband Hugh are an adorable blogging duo (she cooks and writes, he photographs). Their recipes are delectable and the photography…gorgeous. Their focus on healthy, natural foods is another big plus.



Photographer and stylist Caitlin shares her cooking adventures since adopting a diet that avoids grains, refined sugars, and lactose. With lovely photos, videos and accessible recipes, she shows that even with serious dietary restrictions, eating well and deliciously is entirely possible.Roost

[My New Roots]

I’ve been a big fan of My New Roots for quite some time now.  The inspiring lady behind this blog is Sarah Britton, holistic nutritionist and chef. Her mouthwatering photos, delicious, healthy recipes and fun-loving, positive voice is what keeps me following.


[Green Kitchen Stories]

Husband and wife team David and Luise share dramatic pictures of their healthy vegetarian recipes from Stolkholm, Sweden.


[What Katie Ate]

An absolute feast for the eyes. For me, this is food styling and photography at is best. Katie Quinn-Davies, an Irish ex-pat living in Australia, shares her talent for bringing food to life with a focus on seasonal ingredients in her recipes. She has also recently released her debut cookbook.


[A Tasty Love Story]

Josephine Malene Kofod’s food blog about whole, organic and seasonal food provides accessible healthy recipes with a Nordic twist.


[Love & Lemons]

Jeanine Donofrio and her husband Jack have created a beautifully designed site with plenty of delicious recipes and ooh-worthy photography. Jeanine and Jack’s cooking style is mostly vegetarian with some fish, and mostly non-dairy. In fact i might well give their ‘Roast cauliflower & leek soup‘ a try tonight!


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