Introducing New Contributors to Culinary Covers!

I’m back.  It’s been ages, I know… but I wrote a cookbook and life got crazy and I had to put this little love of mine on hold.  But now we’re back, we’re rolling, we have a brand-new easy-to-navigate design, and Culinary Covers is going to be better than ever.  Here’s why:

I have a wonderful team that will be contributing posts to Culinary Covers- sharing their favorite cover recipes and their honest opinions about those recipes too!  They all come from blogs with totally different backgrounds, and they all have varied personalities and talents.  I can’t wait for you to get to know them.  They are all super-excited to join the Culinary Covers team, so let me introduce them to you!

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Lindsey Johnson

Lindsey Johnson

Lindsey Johnson from the blog Cafe Johnsonia (our gluten-free/vegan expert)  Lindsey is a Mom.  She’s (mostly) gluten-free and vegan-friendly, and she is an amazing photographer.  Like completely amazing and beautiful!  The recipes on her blog make me drool  (and I’m not even GF or Vegan).  Lindsey blogs from Utah County, Utah.

Faith Gorsky

Faith Gorsky

Faith Gorsky from the blog: An Edible Mosaic (our international food expert).  She recently wrote a cookbook- An Edible Mosaic, which I’m obsessed with.  Faith has an interesting background- she married a Syrian man, and has become immersed in their food culture.  Her blog covers a mosaic of food cultures though, including classic American recipes- it’s fascinating.  Faith is based in upstate New York.

Amber Potter

Amber Potter

Amber Potter  from the blog:  Sprinkled With Flour (our baking expert).  She’s a Mom who is also a family photographer.  She focuses on making food from scratch and her grandfather was a professional baker.  Talent apparently runs in the family!  Amber grew up in the UK, but now she lives in St. Louis, Missouri.

Joanne Bruno

Joanne Bruno

Joanne Bruno  from the blog:  Eats Well With Others (our resident vegetarian and dessert addict).  Joanne describes herself as a MD/PhD student/marathon runner/grocery shopper extraordinaire.  I adore the snarky personality she conveys in her writing.   Joanne lives in New York, New York.

Deborah Harroun

Deborah Harroun

Deborah Harroun from the blog:  Taste and Tell (our family-friendly expert).  Deborah has been blogging since 2007, and she was one of the first bloggers I started following way back then.  Since she loves cookbooks and magazines, she’s a perfect addition to the CC team.  She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband and 3 kids.

Lori Lange

Lori Lange

Lori Lange from the blog: Recipe Girl (Culinary Covers founder).  Lori started this blog back in 2009, and it’s been a little love of hers ever since.  An avid collector of cookbooks and magazines, Lori has always been fascinated with the choices made for cover recipes, which is why this blog came to be.  Lori lives in San Diego, CA with her 11 year old food blogging son and her husband of 18 years.

Lori is the founder of RecipeGirl.com. She's a professional recipe developer and food writer, and she's the author of The Recipe Girl Cookbook (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: April 2013). Beyond food, Lori enjoys traveling, being outdoors, running, and maybe even singing a little karaoke. The mountains near Lake Tahoe are home for Lori and her husband of 18 years. They have an 12 year-old son who blogs at RecipeBoy.com.

15 Responses to “Introducing New Contributors to Culinary Covers!”

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    Jamie G — April 8, 2013 @ 7:02 am

    I am so excited you are starting this up again. I recently subscribed to FIVE different cooking magazines in addition to the several I already receive. I’m always wondering if you will cover those recipes.

    • Lori Lange replied: — April 8th, 2013 @ 7:43 am

      Thanks, Jamie! It was a long time coming, but I really love the concept of this blog. Every time I see a delicious cover, I want to feature it on the site!

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    Heidi @foodiecrush — April 8, 2013 @ 7:47 am

    You know I’ll be a fan, I’m such a magazine junkie, can’t wait to see what they all come up with!

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    Gerry @ foodness gracious — April 8, 2013 @ 7:49 am

    What a cool concept, consider me a new subscriber :)

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    Amanda — April 8, 2013 @ 8:11 am

    Yay! Congratulations! Love the makeover! :)

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    grace — April 8, 2013 @ 9:31 am

    i enjoy ALL of these ladies and their blogs–nice picks! :)

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    Hani@haniela's — April 8, 2013 @ 9:58 am

    This is wonderful! Going to subscribe right now. I’m always testing magazine recipes and some come out great some not so much. Glad to have found you have another site. Great concept!

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    Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet — April 8, 2013 @ 10:02 am

    So exciting! Can’t wait to see what you guys will share with us! Signing up to follow!

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    Rachel Cooks — April 8, 2013 @ 10:16 am

    Love the new look and of course the contributors! Can’t wait to see what everyone shares. :)

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    Susie — April 8, 2013 @ 6:46 pm

    Yay!! I’ve missed Culinary Covers!

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    Maria — April 9, 2013 @ 7:26 am

    Fun! Glad you are back!

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    Stephanie @ Girl Versus Dough — April 9, 2013 @ 8:05 am

    What an awesome idea, Lori! Love all the contributors and I can’t wait to drool over EVERYTHING they make :)

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    Liz @ The Lemon Bowl — April 9, 2013 @ 8:48 am

    Congrats on the relaunch and all of the great new contributors!!

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    Samantha — April 10, 2013 @ 7:19 am

    I AM SO EXCITED!!!!!!

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    Danial F. Strickland — April 23, 2013 @ 9:11 pm

    So last night, I grabbed the bag of frozen Great Value Cheese Tortellini and threw it in a pot of boiling water. The tortellini only take about 5 minutes or so to cook depending on how high you have the water boiling. I turn the boil down a bit so the pasta does not fall apart, so 7 minutes for me. While the pasta was cooking, I put together a quick salad of lettuce, tomato and olives. By keeping salad staples in the fridge, I have items on hand to put a simple salad together that is both healthy and tasty. Some of my staples include lettuce, tomatoes, olives, cucumber, hard boiled eggs, various beans and crumbly cheeses such as feta. This way a salad is always at my fingertips. For a quick sauce, you can easily open a jar of Classico and heat it up. I wasn’t in the mood for a tomato based pasta sauce so I heated up olive oil in a small frying pan and added a big clove of chopped garlic, some oregano, parsley, crushed red pepper and capers. I gave it a pinch of salt and a big pinch of pepper to finish it off. Once the pasta was cooked, I added the olive oil mix to the pasta just enough to coat it. I like to taste the flavor of the food, not a bunch of excess sauce.

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