Welcome to my corner of the Internet. I’m so happy you’ve stopped by! I’m Danielle, the girl behind the blog. The cook, the baker, the writer, and the picture-taker.
Oh, and the eater too!
I started The Every Kitchen in 2014 under a different name, intending to share healthy recipes and fooducate my online pals. I’m a dietitian, after all! But it didn’t take me long to discover that all I really want to do is make and talk about #allthefood, all the time.
My promise to you is that everything you see on The Every Kitchen is something you can make too. I work out of my studio apartment and I take pictures on my back porch, no special equipment required. (That bottom picture? It’s from my 9-to-5 gig and guess what? The lighting on my porch is better!)
If I can make the recipes on my blog look–and taste–good, anyone in every kitchen certainly can too.
A list of things I enjoy other than a lot of clean counter space: sunshine, early mornings, large mugs of coffee, fresh sheets, running, sailing, and goblets of wine.
I live in a tiny apartment in Lincoln Park, Chicago, with my chihuahua, my cat, and my bicycle.
I am so excited about your Blog! I’m sure I will be wildly entertained as well as educated! Plus, that photo of you is adorabe!
Thank you for following! I hope you’re enjoying some of the posts. I’m just now getting around to reading some of these comments!
Someone told me about your blog this past weekend at a wedding, and I have loved reading it! Where dietitian and desserts come together, genius! I love the idea of a recipe jar ( I might have to steal that idea). I too have recently started a recipe blog (www.wheretheresameal.com) as I’m the picky eater in the family, if you get a minute check it out, hopefully I’ve got some recipes that the”BBF” will approve!:)
Hey Keleigh! I’ve heard a lot about your blog from probably the same people that told you about mine! Congrats on the Rachel Ray competition — how awesome! Recipe jar is good in theory and will be helpful when my brain won’t work, but I’ve been specifically choosing recipes with seasonal ingredients — you kind of have to during this time of year. I thought I had emailed you a few weeks back, but I’d thought about it so many times, I can’t remember now if I did or not. Anyway, my BBF knows your husband — both Campbell alum golf pros!
NO WAY!!! What a small world! Definitely keep in touch, I’m looking forward to seeing what you’ll make next 🙂
Heather Mason @NuttyNutrition
ahah, I love the name of your blog, it’s hilarious! looking forward to your recipes Danielle!
Thank you. It sure isn’t easy to forget, so that’s a plus! 🙂
Hello. Your posts and your writing are very fun. 🙂
I’d love to repost some of your recipes on my blog (work in-progress).
I’ll give you full credit and a link back to your blog.
Let me know if you’re interested.
Have a wonderful day.
Not a problem – I will shoot you an email!
I hope you are well.
I work as a freelance journalist and at the moment I am working on Good Homes magazine’s October issue. Would we be able to use one of your pumpkin hummus images as a Halloween recipe and in return we can credit it to your website? I would need a hi res image.
I’d be happy to help. I’ll email you privately!