We love scouring the internet to find exciting, healthy recipes to test out on our families and friends but there are so many food bloggers it can sometimes be overwhelming. As part of our efforts to make your lives just a bit easier we’ve searched out a few of the best and are happy to share them with you every week. Test out a recipe and let us know how it turns out or share it with a foodie friend!
My name is Ana Frias and I’m a portrait photographer turned food photographer. I reside in Scottsdale, Arizona with my husband Paul. I have two sons in college so that makes me an empty nester! I started my blog as a way to share fitness tips and my favorite recipes with friends. I wanted to motivate them to stay healthy for life. Now, it's a great platform for me to test out and share new recipes. It doesn’t matter what kind of recipe it is as long as it’s good. In addition, I just started featuring some of the restaurants I visit as a way to share the beautiful community we have in Arizona. Photography & food have always been my passion, however, I did not connect those two until recently, with my blog Fit, Fun & Delish.
Dreaming of carrot cake. That’s what I did for the past 7 months until this weekend. I made this carrot cake for Thanksgiving last year and ever since then I’ve been
obsessing thinking about making it again. This is honestly the best carrot cake I’ve ever had! It’s moist and has the perfect sweetness to it. So good.
Carrot Cake, slightly adapted from book Foolproof by Ina Garten
Author: Fit, Fun & Delish!
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Let me begin by saying that I’m a big believer in “luck.” But then, I’d like to add a caveat: a lot of effort can often lead to good luck. In fact, I think they are intertwined. A person cannot stay in bed, pull the covers over one’s head and hope for a lucky break. Nope, won’t work – you need action and drive to have good luck.
I can’t recall ever seeing an interview with Donatella Versace in one of the many fashion magazines that I currently subscribe to and read closely. We all know who she is but I believe she keeps the ins-and-outs of her personal life to herself.
We use Italian lingerie sizing for our bodywear and items tend to run small.
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