food blogs you need in your life

Depending on the day, my diet ranges from bowls of Lucky Charms for dinner to a well-balanced and colorful home-cooked meal that would make mom proud. Clearly, I have a very refined palate. But one area where my culinary skills consistently shine is in the plethora and quality of food blogs I read on the regular (that counts towards my culinary prowess, right?). Whether you’re looking to bake, finally try quinoa or just be inspired by beautiful food, I’ve got the perfect picks for you. Just a warning: do not scroll down if you’re hungry.

1 // Food52
So many recipes, so little time. Also, a great Instagram follow.

2 // Local Milk
The best food photography in all the land. Another great Instagram follow.

3 // Love and Lemons
Lots of vegetables and seasonal recipe ideas.

4 // Sprouted Kitchen
As she puts it, a tastier take on whole foods.

5 // The First Mess
Natural foods and wholesome meals.

6 // Sunday Suppers
An NYC food and design community that I want to be a part of.

7 // I Am A Food Blog
Simply celebrating the awesomeness of food.

8 // Vegan Yum Yum
Doable and beautiful vegan recipes.

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faucethead food blogs you should follow // food52
faucethead food blogs you should follow // local milk
faucethead food blogs you should follow // love and lemons
faucethead food blogs you should follow // sprouted kitchen
faucethead food blogs you should follow // the first mess
faucethead food blogs you should follow // sunday suppers
faucethead food blogs you should follow // i am a food blog
faucethead food blogs you should follow // vegan yum yum
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inspired by // the look

faucethead // inspired by the look

Brighter mornings, longer days and driving for the first time with windows down in, what feels like, eons. A quick Sunday afternoon adventure, a casual stop to re-fuel and a glimpse at her in the passenger seat. The perfect lips, the ring in your pocket and all the nerves. The stuff of springtime dreams.

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faucethead // inspired by the look
faucethead // inspired by the look

banana leaf palm pattern

faucethead // banana leaf

 

As keen observers of fashion and interiors and self-proclaimed Pinterest addicts, we’ve been noticing banana leaf palm patterns just about everywhere. For the bold, there’s wallpaper. For the less daring, there are phone covers. For the tired, there are pajamas. Clearly, the image above has the best banana leaf palm situation happening, but for those not lounging in a hammock we’ve rounded up six products that use the eye-catching green pattern in the best ways possible.

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