Petit Chef

Petit Chef

#1

Nona Bruna
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Lola Giardino is the creator of Nona Bruna, a blog that pays its particular tribute to her family, especially to her two grandmothers and their recipe book which is literally an inexhaustible source of ideas. She also organises courses and has her own collection of fabrics and ceramics for the kitchen.

nonabruna.com

#2

Pimienta Rosa
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“To cook with kids is to discover, experiment, laugh, savour, live…” They actually define themselves as a meeting point for cooks and kitchen wizards from the entire blogosphere. Its focal point is family food, and, if there are kids in the house, they directly wager on inviting them to the table and participating in the kitchen in an absolutely natural way.

pimientarosa.com

#3

My Little Things
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A referent in the world of culinary blogs. Ivana has been sharing her recipes for years now, pampering them and with dedication, with proposals that include all sorts of dishes: a little something to snack on, vegetarian, summer dishes, picnic spreads, Italian, French, Mexican, Arab, meat, fish, desserts… And, all the photographs are hers.

mylittlethings.com

#4

Tarjeta d embarque

Heva Hernández is the author of this blog that is written with a single d and both her photographs and her recipes are a clear reflection of a happy home with succulent, savoury and heart-warming food. Perfect for inspiration and to try some of her recipes, as they are always easy and healthy.

tarjetadembarque.com

#5

Del blog a la mesa

An ingenious blog in which four Chilean bloggers share their passion for the kitchen, facet that they have beautifully transferred to “Del blog a la mesa” (from the blog to the table), their first book with 125 practical recipes covering Chilean, Mexican, Asian and Peruvian cuisine with ingredients that are easy to find in any supermarket.

delblogalamesa.cl