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Tiffany and Carole - Food Bloggers

Tiffany and Carole  Food Bloggers The blog, Toot Sweet 4 Two, is a labor of love chronicling the chaotic lives of two girls of different generations. Tiffany and Carole are aunt and niece, and while a generation (25 years) separates them, their life paths and love bind them. Their journeys are different, but their needs are the same the need for quiet peace from the noise that surrounds them, the need for more time when they have none, their need for comfort when they are the caregivers to others.


Shay Shull - Food Blogger

Shay Shull  Food Blogger Shay Shull created a foodie blog when she realized that she had a knack for taking easy recipes and turning them into multiple meals simply by mixing and matching the ingredients. Her recipes are loved and used time and time again because they meet the needs of busy women everywhere. As she always says, "It's more about the method than the recipe."


Kelly Benner - Food Blogger

Kelly Benner  Food Blogger Kelly Benner - Food Blogger is the Fabulous Food Fairy. This is a foodie blog that shares a variety of tried and true recipes for a multitude of kitchen needs, from a kid friendly casserole to a mom friendly cocktail. It is like having a group of best foodie friends at your fingertips. As the Fabulous Food Fairy, Kelly aims to grant your kitchen wishes and magically transfer your dull weekly menu into a magical moment of family fun!


Lai Kuan - Food Blogger

Lai Kuan  Food Blogger Neither a chef nor nutritionist, Lai Kuan is simply a stay-at-home mom and foodie blogger dedicated to making healthy foods for her husband and son. She wishes to inspire more parents to whip up a nutritious meal for their children. In her view, all kids are not born to be picky eaters. With proper planning, parents can introduce more nutritious food into their child's diet.


Jenni Ferris - Food Blogger

Jenni Ferris  Food Blogger Jenni started her blog, Jennis Ferris Wheel of Food, about a year and a half ago at the urging of a friend. She was always posting photos of her meals she created on Facebook and her friend encouraged her to start blogging about them. The rest, as they say, is history. She is willing to try new recipes and create a few on her own. When her children are home, the oven is always ready to make s batch of their favorite cookies.


Julie May - Food Blogger

Julie May  Food Blogger Julie's blog, Menu Musings of a Modern American Mom, is intended to give viewers recipes that they can cook with their families. She includes step-by-step photos to guide even the newest cooks to success. Her goal is to give people confidence in making these dishes, and arm them with an arsenal of recipes that will make their families WANT to eat at home. After all, this is where relationships are forged and quality family time is gained.


Hayley Parker - Food Blogger

Hayley Parker  Food Blogger Hayley Parker runs the blog, The Domestic Rebel, which is about baking fearlessly in the kitchen and turning ordinary ingredients into extraordinary treats! She believes in cake mix, overdosing on sparkles, and eating that extra cookie - you know, the sixth one. And she really, really loves cupcakes.


Phoebe Lapine - Food Blogger

Phoebe Lapine  Food Blogger Phoebe Lapine is a 27-year-old cookbook author, private chef, culinary instructor, blogger and caterer, born and raised in New York City, where she continues to live and eat. In April 2012, Phoebe launched a food blog, Feed Me Phoebe, that documents her healthy comfort food, gluten-free finds, and snap shots of her professional cooking world.


Rosie Willis - Food Blogger and Video Producer

Rosie Willis  Food Blogger and Video Producer Rosie is a busy wife and mother who enjoys cooking, baking, and entertaining. She started cooking at the age of 5, and has been in love with kitchen-life ever since. Her blog, I Heart Recipes, has many old-fashioned down-homes recipes, as well as fun easy-to-follow recipes. Other than her blog, Rosie can be found on YouTube where she uploads video recipes several times a week.


Amber Massey - Food Blogger

Amber Massey  Food Blogger Amber Massey has a healthy foodie blog. She has found that many people she comes across think "diet" is a four letter word and she wants to change that. No food is considered off-limits. She encourages readers to avoid the "diet" mentality and learn to appreciate real food.


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