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Por Paulina García– Existen la idea que las mujeres siempre cocinan mejor que los hombres, aunque esa teoría con lo años se ha roto un poco pues muchos de los mejores restaurantes están dirigidos por hombres, sin embargo, las mujeres siguen compitiendo codo a codo para mantenerse en el gusto de la gente y que sus creaciones sean reconocidas.

Muchas chefs han creado sus restaurantes, pastelerías, cafeterías y han sido todo un éxito, ahora algunas han abierto cuentas de Instagram que estan volviendo locos a sus seguidores, si eres una de esas personas que les encanta ver comida maliciosamente decorada, debes seguir estas cuentas.

Julie Lee

#Ad Eating REAL food is the most delicious way to eat! That’s why I love things like farmer’s markets and @SargentoCheese that make eating real food easy. I got home from the farmer’s market and sliced/chopped, blended my way to sandwich heaven right here. It’s a loaded up sandwich using all the best vegetables could find, including carrot tops for the pesto spread, and Sargento® Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese and Swiss Cheese, which are always, 100% real, natural cheese! 🧀🧀🧀 #realcheesepeople Loaded Farmers Market Vegetarian Sandwich with Carrot Top Pesto 2 slices bread 1 slice Sargento® Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese 1 slice Sargento® Sliced Swiss Cheese 2 tbsp carrot top pesto Grilled zucchini Heirloom tomatoes Shaved carrots Arugula Avocado Directions: Spread carrot top pesto on bread. Layer cheese and veggies.

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Lindsay Maitland

As a self-employed freelancer, I sometimes feel like I should be working from the second I wake up until I go to bed. It’s hard when your home, (specifically your kitchen), is your office. That’s why I love taking a real break for lunch every day, no matter how overwhelmed with deadlines or work I feel. • Yesterday for lunch, I cooked the coriander-rubbed chicken breasts with lentil-raddichio salad from #healthyishcookbook, and as I went to take a nice photo, I realized how not-“Instagram” this photo feels. There’s no unrealistic prop situation, or perfectly crumpled napkin, it’s just my real life, which meant a plain bowl set on the windowsill for natural light during the snowstorm. And, right now as I eat the leftovers, real life means that I’m still in my pajamas at noon, dreading working out, and feeling behind on deadlines. But, at least there’s lunch. • P.S. I shared this recipe with The Morning Show over at Wisconsin Public Radio. I’ll put the link to the recipe and the radio show in my stories up above!

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Sarah Copeland

Greta has been flitting about acting giddy about Valentine’s Day all week, leaving love notes on our desks, tucked in shoes and under pillows—always with her toddling protege trailing along. He’s been soaking it in, trying to grasp the meaning of it all, running to me with little scraps of paper saying “I made this for YOU!” Last night when I put him to sleep he said, “Mama, guess what? tomorrow is Clementine’s day!” It’s pretty fitting, since nothing makes him feel more loved than a huge pile of citrus and a promise that he can eat it all, without sharing a bite, so that’s what we’re doing over here. Happy Valentine’s/Clementine’s Day, friends! I hope you feel insanely loved. 🍊 . . . . #citruslove #givelove #showlove #simpleacts #food52gram #rslove #valentinesday2018 #littlejoys #sodomino #pursuejoy #mymotherhood #motherhooddiaries #motherhoodrising #raisingboys #hehasmyheart

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