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You need to get dinner on the table; these women are masters at it. Our yearly salute to the top 100 food blogging moms (see our full list here!) highlights the indulgent, the practical, and the inspired. On this list you'll find moms who hail from all walks of life, who represent cultures and cuisines from nearly every corner of the globe. What they have in common is a devotion to food and family as well as an ability to leave the reader (and our food panel) wanting more every time. Know anyone else like that? Nominate your own food blogging mama here. And get ready to chow down! — Christina Couch
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Who: Karen Petersen, a mother of two based in Utah
Why we love this blog: Karen may describe herself as an “anti-chef,” but you wouldn’t know it from her recipes. This blog launched in 2009 as an experiment to see if Karen could make a new slow-cooker recipe everyday for a year. Since then, the blog has drawn a horde of loyal readers, led to media appearances, and even spawned a cookbook, all for one simple reason: Karen’s not after perfection; her blog exists to show busy moms how to get a nutritious meal on the table without going nuts in the process. Plus, she’s got more than a few tricks up her sleeve. In addition to traditional slow cooker dishes, 365 Days also includes recipes for surprising crock-pot eats, like slow-cooked hummus and chocolate-covered coconut peanut butter bites.