The 2015 Foodie Hall of Fame

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We love each and everyone of you that makes up our fantastic foodie community. We really couldn’t do anything without you. From telling us how to cook to uploading your own recipes, it’s fantastic to share a passion for food with incredibly talented people.

We wanted to shine a light on our top recipe contributors this year and tell you all a bit about them. Their recipes are truly fantastic so give them a go! Don’t forget to follow them if you’re not already. Here’s the 2015 Foodie Hall of Fame…

Petra Gustavson Massive Meatbals

1. PETRA GUSTAFSSON

SORTED PROFILE: petragustavsson
BIO: Petra is Swedish and a trained pastry chef with an awesome blog that we just love. Her frequent uploading and sharing of fantastic recipes keeps her as one of our top contributors.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Massive Meatballs in Tomato Sauce
BLOG: Crumbles and Kale 

Gerrit and Veg Pasta

2. GERRIT BECHTOLD

SORTED PROFILE: lachesisworld
BIO: Gerrit has an incredible life of travelling and cooking. If you keep up with her blog and recipes you will see a wealth of culture and different nationalities featuring in her scrumptious creations… not to mention the unique and interesting ingredients used!
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Italian Veg Gorgonzola Pasta Bake
BLOG: 
Food Options and Flavours

Nathan Metcalfe Strips

3. NATHAN METCALF

SORTED PROFILE: nathanmetcalf
BIO: Nathan is from the UK and has a great mix of easy and quick, sweet & savoury recipes. If you have any questions about recipes, be sure to leave Nathan a comment as he’s awesome at helping out beginners.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: White Chocolate, Cranberry & Lime Fudge

Laura B strip

4. LAURA BISCARO

SORTED PROFILE: laurabiscaro
BIO: Laura is a Brazilian culinary student with a passion for baked goods. She aims to be a pastry chef and is always experimenting in the kitchen. Her blog translates to ‘Coffee, Cocoa and Cinnamon’ and is sure worth a read.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Ginger Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
BLOG: Café, Cacau e Canela

danielle strip

5. DANIELLE STEEMAN

SORTED PROFILE: dannisteem
BIO: Danelle is another aspiring pastry chef and some of her SORTED recipes have reached over 150 likes! That’s impressive! And no wonder, as they’re so creative!
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Layered Chocolate Vanilla Chia Pudding

lisaphoon strip

6. LISA PHOON 

SORTED PROFILE: lisaphoon
BIO: In her own words Lisa wants to either ‘marry a chef or become one!’ Many of her recipes have an asian twang and if you’re looking for some fast food styled recipes, be sure to follow her SORTED profile!
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Fusion Rice Paper Rolls

freja sweets strip

7. FREJA SWEETS

SORTED PROFILE: frejasweets
BIO: Freja lives in Ibiza, Spain and has Swedish roots. Her SORTED profile boasts lots of sweets and treats and beautiful imagery.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Lemon Linguine

beth meyer strip

8. BETH MEYER

SORTED PROFILE: bethmeyer
BIO: Beth, from Atlanta GA is a good mate of ours and writes some great articles on SORTEDfood. She uses her travels as inspiration for her adventurous recipes.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Churros and Chocolate
BLOG: Recipe for Adventures

wizmikal strip

9. ANGELA CARVALHO

SORTED PROFILE: wizmikal
BIO: Angela is one half of epic blog Acorns and Custard. She can often be found helping Ben out in the kitchen and has an understandable obsession with bacon. Her recipes are total classics.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies
BLOG: Acorns and Custard

expresso m

10. ELLIE HOLLAND

SORTED PROFILE: ellieholland
BIO: Ellie is an experimenter in the kitchen. Her recipes are mainly delicious bakes that incorporate alcohol, but she has a top selection of vegan recipes too.
OUR FAVOURITE RECIPE THIS YEAR: Expresso Martini Cupcakes
BLOG: Dutch Courage Cakes

If you feel left out, don’t fret! There’s plenty of ways to get involved and have your recipes and contribution recognised on SORTEDfood. As we said, we love you ALL and our community wouldn’t be possible without you. Here’s to 2016 and the tens of thousand of new recipes that we’re hoping to see over the year.

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