Best of the Foodweb: The Eddible Perspective

By Kelli Swensen, Dietetics Student, Sargent College

Every Wednesday this semester we will be posting about a new blog or cooking website that we love! The internet is filled with food websites, and our goal is to arm you with the “Best of the Food Web”!

Picture from Edible Perspective

Picture from Edible Perspective

Published food photographer in the New York Times Bestselling cookbook Peas & Thank You – Simple Meatless Meals the Whole Family Will Love, Ashley is an expert when it comes to taking pictures that will make even the most stuffed stomach growl. While she is not a registered dietitian or nutrition expert, Ashley’s recipes are created with nutrition in mind. She focuses on using fresh, nutritious ingredients that combine together to make a flavorful, satisfying meal. Queen of the breakfast bake and homemade nut butters, Ashley’s blog The Edible Perspective is loaded with original recipes that are truly homemade. But don’t think that her recipes are too time-consuming! In fact, many of them are perfect for quick lunches or weeknight meals. The blog’s recipe page is wonderfully organized, and I highly encourage you to browse through it! Stuck in a breakfast rut? Ashley probably has a solution for you. Need more meatless meal ideas? Again, Edible Perspective comes to the rescue. Additional bonus: many of the recipes are gluten-free, making them perfect for when you don’t know what food allergies guests may have. Here are some recipes to get you started:

Disclaimer: The Sargent Choice blog includes links to other websites only as information to consumers, not as medical advice. When you access an external website, keep in mind that Sargent Choice has no control over its content.  Sargent Choice is not responsible for the content found at any of the sites, nor do any links imply endorsement or promotion of the company/organization, its content, services, therapeutic treatment options, or products. Accordingly, you visit any site at your own risk.  Sargent Choice is also not responsible for the policies and practices of these sites, such as their Privacy Policy, use of “cookies”, etc. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of each site that you visit through a link on our website


One Comment

James Salerno posted on February 18, 2012 at 3:53 am

Special thanks to Ashley. You are a great cook indeed. I tried some recepies, and its true, they are not much time consuming.

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