Jasmina is the author of the ‘Beyond the Cake’ book. With her husband Zvonimir
Fras, she has been writing about Croatian gastronomy and customs on social
media, garnering a large audience. Here is what she tells us about herself:
I am a fun loving, cake baking, food cooking, people caring, always dancing,
nature enjoying chatterbox! My goal is to get you to enjoy preparing your food
with or for the people you care about.
See more of Jasmina’s fabulous food at: https://www.zvonimirfras.com/jasmina/
I am Helen Chin, originally from Malaysia. Have been living in Australia about 32 years now and retired. I enjoy cooking, experimenting various combinations of herbs, fruits, and spices to go with meat and vegetables as well as creating food using various technics.
Everyone does have to eat food. Food can be creative yet simple, easy quick within the budgets. It can be presented with taste, colours, comfort, and hearty for everyone. I am grateful to have join some foodie’s bloggers and have learned to cook various main meals as well as desserts.
I have mastered my culinary skill from these foodie’s bloggers. Thus, have make many friends who enjoying sharing their food with me. Also, I have recreated their food with my interest in exploring and creating. It has been a mileage of food journey which I hold strongly.
To me food on the table can bring family members and friends to sit on my table to eat and to communicate which many people seems to have no time for each other’s always on the go. I am pleased that I grab this opportunity to pursue cooking as a hobby and it had brought my family gathered weekly.
Find more of Helen’s delightful, imaginative dishes at: https://helenscchin.com/
One of Jodi’s earliest memories is when her mom sat her down in front of the stove, with a big wooden spoon, and told her to stir the chocolate pudding. She was three years old and has been happily cooking and eating ever since.
Cooking for one doesn’t have to mean food that’s processed or boring. It does have to be good. Because, as Jodi’s grandma used to say, "I'm a person too!"
You can find more of Jodi’s recipes at https://singleservingchef.com.
Hi Swati here!!
Someone who loves to cook, travel, explore different cultures and cuisines and read a lot.
Worked in IT industry for about 9-10 yrs. then ventured into Home Baking business and did a Diploma in patisserie to hone my skills. Like to create simple easy and wholesome meals for my family and loved ones. Right now, into food blogging and making recipe videos, where I share recipes (vegetarian and vegan) that I have learned over the years from my mom, grand moms, friends and my own experiences.
Find more recipes and my experiences with this endless world of good food @ https://www.foodtrails25.com
Hi I’m Mayuri Patel, an Indian born and brought up in Kenya. A retired teacher, I began my blog Mayuri’s Jikoni in 2012. Started off as a remembrance for my mum from whom I learnt how to cook the basic Gujarati Cuisine. Initially just wanted to jot down recipes that I learnt from her, my mother in law and my aunt. However, requests and interest led to me venturing out from my comfort zone to include recipes from world over. It soon became an endeavor to make Vegetarian Food more exciting, and a way to portray that vegetarians too enjoy different cuisines from world over.
Find more of Mayuri’s mouthwatering recipes at: www.mayuris-jikoni.com
I am a foodie, recipe developer, food blogger, food writer,
Data Scientist, corporate trainer in Data Science and Machine Learning. I am a
mother to my daughter and love cooking food for family and friends!
Editor in Chief & Contributor
I am mother to two young boys and I love to cook for my family, especially from
ingredients sourced from my mountain home. I’ve been blogging about food at
The Joyous Kitchen for almost a decade. I worked in catering for over a decade. I
love to cook and write recipes and share them with everyone!
You can find more of my recipes at:
Like many working moms across the world, I was caught up in the madness searching for healthy ways to feed my family and had limited time to spend in my kitchen during the work week. I was struggling to found easy, simple and fast recipes that combined gourmet creativity and healthy eating.
As a result, I started creating as well as modifying recipes to allow me to make them in less than 45 minutes.
I had no idea that so many people were in the same boat as me and wanted to create quick and easy meals for everyday cooking using simple, fresh and whole food ingredients. What started out as a personal pastime has emerged into a thriving digital platform, with so much room for growth.
See more of Giangi’s fabulous food at: www.giangiskitchen.com