Need more cooking inspiration?

I find that some people, their food and ability to communicate inspire me to cook nicer, more delicious food. Whenever I am hungry for ideas, these are the places I go to:

Inspiring people and websites 

Feasting At Home

Green Kitchen Stories

Being Biotiful

The Happy Pear

Ottolenghi 

The First Mess

My New Roots

Minimalist Baker

Sprouted Kitchen

Reinas y Repollos

Rebecca Leffler

What’s Cooking Good Looking

The Whole Food Diary

Alba Niubo Cooks

Delicious Martha


Learning how to cook: methods, techniques… (Geek alert)

SeriousEats: Techniques: the science behind cooking, essentials in the kitchen and how to learn basic cooking techniques. My go-to site to get a deep understanding of a recipe, tool or technique. They also write about the origin of foods and go deep into understanding cuisines.

TheSpruce – Search tool: I never knew this website until I started doing research for my recipes. I usually get to it by typing questions on Google, but I’ve realised that using the Search tool in the Food section is super useful!

Jamie Oliver: FoodTube – Search tool: really well explained recipes or tips, a lot of them are focused on British cuisine but there’s also more exotic or Souther-European recipes there too.


The books I cherish

The Green Kitchen: Delicious and Healthy Vegetarian Recipes for Every Day by David Frenkiel, Luise Vindahl

The Happy Pear Book series (3)

Plenty, by Ottolenghi

Being Biotiful, by Chloé Sucrée

The Meat Free Monday cookbook, by the McCartney family

Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking by Michael Ruhlman

The Elements of Cooking: Translating the Chef’s Craft for Every Kitchen by Michael Ruhlman