Ardigasna Rebecca King is just starting a sheeps milk dairy to make sheeps milk cheese. She's passionate, and busy, but when she posts, it's well written and a funny take on what goes on to start up a farm.
Becks and Posh 'Becks and Posh' is modern cockney for 'nosh'. Follow English-Girl-Abroad, Sam Breach, on her culinary travels, mainly in the San Francisco Bay Area, but also further afield, whilst she plays at being amateur restaurant critic, wine taster, food photographer, cocktail connoisseur, party planner, good food forager and practising home cook, with trusted French advisor, Fred, by her side.
Bittersweet Feast Emily is a regular Mariquita vegetable shopper; currently on a European tour/period in her life and cooking...
Cook with James in home cooking classes in SF: homemade Gnocchi, anyone!?
Cucina Nicolina life in and out of the kitchen
Delicious Health Balanced Eating through Healthy Eating
Eats For One.... or more: Marcus is a long time Mariquita cheerleader, and cooks vegetables every day!
The Grub Report "Make fun of your food"
Honest Meat our neighbor and colleague: she's a great writer and she raises animals too.
Jane Spice "Jane Spice helps you rescue meals from the land of bland."
The Kitchn inspiring cooks; nourishing homes; another regular Mariquita Shopper
*The Ladybug Letter Andy's musings: every other week. He's an excellent writer about farm/food and life. a must read!
Live Green Wear Black Jenn writes about gardening, foraging, living green and sustainably, and lots of vegan recipes and cooking experiments (mostly soy/legume-free). And the occasional cat story thrown in because, well, they rule.
Modern Beet Thoughtful Eating
Offal Good Chris Cosentino's blog all about offal: the other parts of the animal. Using the whole animal is a 'green' thing to do, and Chris is passionate about making it all yummy.
Rice and Wheat Angi is a Mariquita Vegetable shopper, and the photo that tops her blog is beautiful.
Not (Usually) Food, but all below are passionate home cooks:
Debra Baida: she's an organizer and a photographer, oh: and a passionate vegetable shopper at our farm
*Green Kitchen: yes, with that name she might be all food, all the time, but Michelle is a talented artist and close friend of ours that is currenly, madly into the world of groovy crafters. She's also the brains behind the project Andy did several years ago called ROOT a journal of agriculture.
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