Regardless of where you’re planning to spend your holidays, one thing will not be different this year. People will be hungry, and you’re probably playing a major role in feeding those mouths! Keep reading for our favorite Atlanta food bloggers for recipe inspo.

Sweet Savant

Chef Demetra Overton shares the lessons she's learned from cooking and entertaining professionally since 1995 with her readers at Sweet Savant. Having worked for reknown restaurants, such as Tappan Hill in Tarrytown, NY and The Ritz-Carlton hotel in Buckhead, Demetra is also a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education. Explore her inspirations—from local farms, markets and fellow chefs—get her honest product reviews, helpful tips, and of course, recipes, on Sweet Savant.


Never Enough Thyme

This Buford-based food blogger serves up heaping helpings of homestyle-recipes that are as simple as they are hearty. A grandmother herself, blogger Lana Stuart knows how to please a crowd at the dinner table—and at the kids' table! With recipes for every meal, plus bonus recipes for canning and preserving, beverages, and desserts, you can plan an entire holiday weekend by digging into her archives. 


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My Classic Pumpkin Roll is a delicious dessert that your whole family will enjoy for any of the fall holidays. It's a rolled, spiced pumpkin cake filled with sweetened cream cheese. The recipe uses a packaged biscuit mix to make it easy as pie! ⠀ ⠀ Want the recipe? You'll find it on Never Enough Thyme linked in my bio, or copy and paste the URL:⠀ ⠀ #pumpkin #thanksgivingdessert #october #bakedgoods #freshlybaked #homebaked #ilovebaking #instabake #lovebaking #sweettooth #dessertlover #dessertheaven #instadessert #dessertpic #dessertsofinstagram #dessertstagram #dessertgram #dessertlover #tastydessert #dessertaddict #dessertdate #dessertfirst #dessertoftheday #dessertstagram #desserttime

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Eating with Erika

Erica is an award-winning Atlanta-based blogger with a passion for all things dining, entertaining, and food. From her original foray into the Atlanta dining scene, Erica has since branched out into a blog with recipes, dinner party inspiration, and a line of custom candles. We particularly like her cocktail recipes, just in case you're looking for a few ideas for the upcoming months.



Savory Spin

Blogger Shashi believes that eating-in can be tastier, healthier, cheaper and, most days of the week, spicier than what you might normally plan for. Many of her recipes are quick and easy vegetarian options—with plenty of curries to try—with a few indulgent ones thrown in, for good measure. 


Life, Love, and Sugar

Lindsay Conchar is an author, photographer and recipe developer who provides tried-and-true recipes for all your favorite desserts—from cakes and cheesecakes to cookies and brownies. You’ll even find a sprinkling of appetizers, meals and cocktails on her website. 


Savvy Mama Lifestyle

You'll find Kimberly Stroh at the helm of Savvy Mama Lifestyle, where the mom of two boys dishes on family-friendly recipes, along with traveling as a family, Disney and handy hacks for the Millennial Mom. We're really loving her recipe for Pumpkin Fluff Dip. 


Healthy Eating 101

Chef Megan McCarthy incorporates nutritious Superfoods into an everyday healthy eating lifestyle in her approachable recipes. She is also the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Edible Garden Chef, creating culinary delights freshly harvested right out of the edible garden. Meet her in person as she teaches her healthy cooking and lifestyle classes at Whole Foods Markets, The Cook’s Warehouse and Specialty Stores in Georgia.


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All hail to the kale! Kale salad can be so dang easy to make it would be the equivalent of making yourself a bowl of cereal. Making this kale salad was inspired by seeing how much money my dear niece spent on buying the extract same salad already prepared at the fancy grocery store. 😳 She gave me the sticker off of the package so I could duplicate it. For so much less dinero and twice the amount of salad, you can make several identical salads for so much less and have leftover ingredients for a seemingly endless supply of cranberries, golden raisins and pine nuts! Learning to prep salads is something I strongly suggest to keep you feeling healthy in your body and in your bank account! Easy to transport and take to work or school or even on a picnic. Budget friendly! 🌿 Kale leaves (pulled off of kale stems) Avocado oil Pine nuts (toasted) Golden raisins Cranberries Lemon juice S&P You can sauté the kale for a couple of minutes with avocado oil just until kale shifts color. Toss with ingredients. If you prefer to keep kale raw, massaging the kale and letting the prepared salad sit overnight will help make it easier to eat the next day so this is great to prep ahead! . Let me know your favorite ingredients for your kale salad! 🥬 . . . #kalesalad #healthyeating101 #haveaplant #hailtothekale

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The Front Porch Gourmet

Chef Melissa Pelkey Hass offers a collection of great recipes with a side of humor on her blog, The Front Porch Gourmet. You'll find everything from grilled lobster with burrata caprese salad inspiration to a made-from-scratch take on classic Spaghetti-Os. 


Domestic Superhero

Allyson Zea is a Domestic Superhero who earned her stripes in the kitchen during college, when she was a nanny for a family of 4—and was responsible for making dinner every night. Now, you'll find everything from easy, no fuss meal ideas to fancy with all the frills recipes on her blog, along with travel ideas and ongoing home project files. 



—Shelley Massey


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