Three Cheers For Blogger Recipes

Where do you get your recipes from?  I use a combination of my cookbooks, blogs, and writing recipes myself.  The best thing about using recipes from bloggers is that they tend to be pretty creative.  Bloggers are great at giving you the little extra tips that are needed to make that recipe really work.

Over the weekend I tried this Tofu Curry Recipe from No Meat Athlete.

It was the first time I’ve pan fried tofu.  Why hadn’t I tried it sooner?  Silly me.

Some of my other fav recipes (I make these a LOT):

Some of the most popular Life After Bagels recipes are:

Where do you get your recipes from?  Have any favourite blogger recipes?  Are you a blogger – what is the most popular recipe on your site?  SHARE LINKS :)

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7 Responses to Three Cheers For Blogger Recipes

  1. I use a lot of blogger recipes. Mama Pea’s Mmm Sauce may be one of my all time favorites.
    I dont post a lot of recipes because I’m one of those annoying people that just randomly throws things in until it tastes good, and then has no idea what any of it was. I blame my mother for that trait.

  2. Three cheers for food bloggers, indeed! My favorites are OhSheGlows.com (Angela’s grains salads are awesome!), PeasAndThankYou.com (everything Sarah makes is delicious!), and DailyGarnish.com (I love Emily’s choc chip banana brownies).
    My own most popular recipe is for Korean Fried Rice. I really wonder why, it’s so freaking simple!
    Btw, your posts appear in my Google Reader about a day late. Maybe there’s a problem? Or is it just me?

  3. I have been getting almost of all of my latest recipes from Pinterest — nearly all of them coming straight from food or healthy living blogs. Most recently, I’ve made several things from Oh She Glows (including something amazingly tasty you will see on my blog on Wednesday!). The most popular recipe on site is definitely these Reese Peanut Butter Cupcakes and Meatball Mozzarella subs: http://bit.ly/z6q8rl & http://bit.ly/zm162h

    I’m going to check out your pumpkin pancakes :)

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