Are you interested in being a contributor to The Cookful?
We are always looking for great writers and photographers who can create original recipes and tutorials for our growing community. These are paid opportunities (commensurate with experience and the scope of the assigned work), plus you will be showcased on a website with more than 200,000 monthly page views and a growing social media reach.
Meet The Cookful Team
Christine is the Founder and Senior Editor of The Cookful. She also blogs at COOKtheSTORY where she specializes in easy healthy homemade recipes. Healthiness aside, she has been known to shred cheese onto a dinner plate, microwave it for 30 seconds, and then eat the messy goop with a spoon.
It’s always entertaining when Lyndsay’s in the kitchen. She’s even been known to belt out Broadway show tunes while making dinner (a handy whisk as her microphone, of course). She currently writes for her personal blog, LyndsayPaige.com focusing on recipes based on literature. Lyndsay is also on the editorial team at The Cookful.
Amy had no clue how to cook until she became the food reporter for a daily newspaper in Minnesota. At 25, she even struggled with boxed mac and cheese. These days, Amy is a much better cook, thanks to interviewing cooks and chefs for more than 10 years. She even makes four cheese macaroni and cheese with bacon, no boxed mac in sight. Amy is also on the editorial team at The Cookful.
Somewhere among the towers of batter-smeared mixing bowls, you'll find a flour-covered Maria making unique seasonal desserts for her blog, Sift and Whisk. Although she never quite got the hang of the clean-as-you-go technique, she has still managed to elevate her baking skills far beyond “add oil, water, and eggs.” She makes a killer pie, if she does say so herself.
Nicole has been blogging for 5 years at OrWhateverYouDo, when not chasing her 7 kids around or working as Account Manager at Mediavine. She basically lives, breathes, and eats blogging. And cookies. A pasta fanatic and dedicated tomato fan, she occasionally branches out into crazier things like oh, rice and potatoes. She features mostly from scratch cooking with a healthy smattering of easy convenience meals tossed in to keep it real.
Cooking is one of Kim's passions, and she loves to hunt for recipes, experiment with them, and share them. The journey of pregnancy, nursing, and introducing food to babies led Kim to whole foods (or “real food”), and she is still enjoying the journey. When she’s not in the kitchen, she enjoys dating her husband, playing with her boys and reading.
Susannah blogs at Feast + West where she specializes in cocktails and easy entertaining recipes. She can (and often does) eat a whole jar of olives in one sitting, sans cocktail. A graphic designer, Susannah also blogs about design for bloggers at Garnishing Co.
Food addict turned blogger, Meghan has a love for cooking uncomplicated, gourmet recipes. She creates food that is straightforward, relatable and will blow your friends and family away. She is the author of the food blog Cake 'n Knife, where you’ll find that fresh ingredients + unique flavors + love = gourmet food, every single time.
Samantha blogs at Sweet Remedy where she focuses on alternative baking with a penchant for whole grain, vegan, gluten free and dairy-free recipes. She started baking years ago for farmers’ markets and hasn’t stopped since! Samantha’s favorite season is fall where she delights in picking apples, pears and pumpkins until the first snow sighting.
Karman blogs at The Nutrition Adventure where she shares her cooking & travel adventures. Food has always been Karman’s passion, which is why she turned it into her career! As a nutritionist, she enjoys teaching others how to prepare healthier foods that tastes great---because there’s no sense in making it if no one wants to eat it! She also believes that there’s always room for the more decadent things in life.
Jenn is a busy mama of 5-year-old twins and the creator of the food blog Mother Thyme, where she shares easy family-friendly recipes that combine fresh ingredients with common items already on hand. This pasta-loving mama has a weakness for simple garlic spaghetti loaded
with a ton of freshly grated cheese and admits to putting herself in time out with a box of Twinkies #dontjudge.
Anita is the voice behind the blog, Hungry Couple. She’s a writer, photographer, recipe developer, cook, bottle washer, shaker of creative cocktails and doggie mama. Anita also writes a monthly food column for Parade Magazine and is the on-staff Middle Eastern cuisine expert at About.com Food. She’s been known to eat salad with her fingers.
Stephanie Manley is the creator of Copy Kat. She recreates your favorite restaurant recipes so you can make them at home. Stephanie is the author of "CopyKat.com Dining Out At Home I & II." You can watch her videos on Youtube as she demonstrates many of her readers' favorite recipes.
Rebecca is the registered dietitian and food blogger behind the scenes at Nourish Nutrition Blog (www.nourishnutritionblog.com) She loves to eat the rainbow and help others learn to enjoy a wider variety of foods. Although she loves so many different foods, one of her favorites is the good old-fashioned s’more, made with dark chocolate. And when a campfire is just out of reach, she’ll use nearly anything to get that roasty goodness, except a scented candle which she learned the gross way.
Carrie is the poet behind Poet in the Pantry, where she writes about recipes, restaurants and really good times in the Connecticut area. She’s come a long way from croutons covered in French salad dressing, a favorite snack she proudly prepared herself as a child.
Angie blogs at Big Bears Wife where she cooks up her favorite recipes that are based on her southern roots and her traveling adventures. She thinks the best smell in the world is a fully stocked spice cabinet and rejoices in the fact that she turned her "meat and potatoes only" husband into a "steamed broccoli and asparagus lover".
Sam blogs at The Culinary Compass where she loves to try new recipes and ingredients from around the world. She thinks trying new dishes and spices is the easiest way to travel! She loves coffee so much that she often goes to bed excited for a fresh cup in the morning.
Allie is an avocado obsessed, hot pepper junky with a serious passion for food. When she isn’t adding to her cowgirl boot collection, you can find her in the kitchen, with her apron covered in the day’s creations. She’s the blogger behind Miss Allie’s Kitchen, a food blog dedicated to creating whole and healthy recipes to inspire home cooks.
Lauren is a registered dietitian and blogger at BiteofHealthNutrition.com where she shares easy to make recipes that are both nutritious and delicious. A once picky eater now can’t help by experiment with new foods and flavors creating recipes everyone enjoys eating and cooking!
Elena blogs at Happy Kitchen.Rocks, where she focuses on delicious and healthy food that is easy to make. She uses whole ingredients, seasonal fruits and veggies, whole grains and lots of spices and herbs. Her Russian heritage and expat lifestyle enriched her food experience, allowing her to start experimenting in the kitchen. She hasn’t stopped since!
Amy is a registered dietitian who blogs at Happy Healthy RD, a blog focusing on simple and healthy recipes. She loves to shop at the local farmers’ market and also maintains an impressive garden of her own. Amy believes in a balanced diet but is known to include avocados, butternut squash, or sweet potatoes in 9 out of 10 meals.
When not working full time as an engineer, you can find Ellie in her kitchen and blogging at Hungry by Nature. Her approach to food is simple – eat healthy, whole, natural foods and always leave room for dessert! While seasonal, healthy foods are a top priority, Ellie has also been known to eat ice cream for dinner. It’s all about balance!
Tawnie Kroll is a California based food blogger and healthy recipe developer. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a lover of cooking and baking! Follow her blog for recipes, healthy living tips and practical scientific evidenced based advice to help you improve you health and well being.
Stephanie DeMarr discovered her home came with a kitchen around the same time she had her son. She has been in her kitchen since, creating recipes and providing tips and tricks to make homemade a bit easier over at her blog, Little Prairie Kitchen. Stephanie generally has a savory tooth but come December, you will find her elbow deep in flour, making every variety of baked good known to humankind (and sampling more than her fair share).