We are joined by Stephanie from Toronto and the blog Kitchen Frolic. She started blogging when she and her husband, Paul, began seriously learning to cook. Her pesto cheeseburgers sound like a good recipe to try!
I must apologize to Amanda, who joined us a few months ago; I failed to introduce her in a post! Oops. She has already contributed some insightful reviews and has chosen our May book for us: A History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage. Amanda blogs at the Omar Niode Foundation and she lives in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Foundation focuses on social and educational initiatives, particularly relating to food and agriculture. The blog is full of good food ideas.
Please visit the blogs of our new members and welcome them to the group!
We are thrilled to welcome Vicki to our group. She blogs at I’d Rather Be at the Beach and lives in Florida. Her blog focuses on books, fitness, food, and family (she has four kids and four grandchildren). She says that pizza is her favorite food and has a recipe for quinoa pizza bites on her blog. Please visit her virtual world and say hello!
We are welcoming another new member this month, Pech at Pechluck’s Food Adventures. She is a Thai-American living in Portland, Oregan and a carnivore, married to a vegetarian husband. She focuses on both eating out and cooking at home, and has “a critical weakness and major love for cheese.” Please head over to her blog to say hello and welcome to our group.
It is our pleasure to add two new members to the group in May.
First, please meet Melissa from Adventures in Culinary. Melissa has recently moved to Brazil and her fledgling blog tells about her eating, traveling, and living adventures. Please head over to her blog to say hello.
Secondly, we want to greet Emily from Highly Social Media. Emily lives in Philadephia, USA, and teaches journalism and writing. Her blog centers on food and her business working with food-related companies. Please drop by her blog to welcome her.
Please welcome Sarah from the blog Daisy at Home to our friendly bloggers’ group. She is a former picky eater, now an adventurous cook, baker, and food blogger. She is recent graduate of culinary school and lives in California. Please pop over to her blog to say hello.
We are also keen to say welcome to Julie from Domestic Executive. She is a Brit who has been transplanted to New Zealand with her husband. She keeps a rooster, some hens, and tends a large kitchen garden. Please greet her.
Sarah’s and Julie’s blogs have been added to the Kitchen Reader RSS feed bundle. You can keep up-to-date with all the KR members using this one handy bundle! Try it out.
Please welcome Sunny to our group, who writes the blog Polyvoracious. She has many cultures in her background, including Mexican, Southwestern American, Korean, and the Pacific Northwest. Her blog recently finished a series on cooking with zucchini called Squash-a-palooza. Please pop over and say hello to her.
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