Dinner wouldn’t be nearly as fun without these culinary pioneers to blaze the trail. This year’s list of food blogging mamas, curated with the help of our esteemed panel, includes both internet superstars and virtual unknowns, amateurs and James Beard Award-winning chefs. Some will make you laugh, some will make you cry, but all will make you hungry for more innovative meal ideas. You’ll find no shortage of healthy recipes, genius cooking shortcuts, or quick dinners for those nights when you’re just too tired to spend hours in the kitchen. Our hats are off to these top chefs who work hard to make mealtime memorable — and easy — for busy parents everywhere.— Chris Couchsee the full list »
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Who: Shireen Sequeira, a mother of two living in Mumbai, India
Why we love this blog: In a sea of international food bloggers, Sequeira stands out because we want to make her recipes time and time again. Specializing in Mangalorean cuisine from southwestern India, Ruchik Randhap offers recipes for Western favorites as well as bold, new dishes designed to challenge the palate. If you’re looking to test out some pork offal curry, hung curd or homemade ginger wine, this is where the action is. On top of getting a sizeable serving of Indian dishes, Sequeira also provides a crash course in how each dish fits into the country’s culture and social life.