Dishing Podcast: This once a month podcast from host Elaine Benoit features successful food bloggers who share their stories of success and failure and their advice to others on how best grow their food blog into a thriving business. Elaine also interviews experts in this competitive field to help bloggers fine-tune their websites, grow their audiences and uncover ways to take their food blogs to the next level. Elaine is dedicated to inspire, educate and help bloggers realize their dreams of owning a successful online business.
Vanessa Mota | My Dominican Kitchen
Vanessa Mota is the founder of My Dominican Kitchen, a bilingual platform that helps busy parents put together tasty, traditional Dominican and Latin-inspired meals.
Vanessa is passionate about creating quick and easy versions of the recipes she grew up eating. She loves to share them with those who want to cook meals filled with Latin flavors but that don’t take a ton of time to prepare.
It is her mission to show you how to make great, flavorful dishes at home without spending the entire day in the kitchen.
Eric and Shanna Jones | Dude that Cookz
Husband and wife Eric and Shanna Jones are the creative team behind the Dude That Cookz food blog.
Eric Jones is a Louisiana native and self-taught home cook. He shares Southern and home style recipes using simple, and approachable ingredients.
Shanna was born and raised in Houston. She focuses on her passion for baking and food photography.
The couple's first cookbook, Healthier Southern Cooking, is scheduled for release on February 15, 2022.
JinJoo Lee | Kimchimari
JinJoo Lee is a passionate advocate and resource for Korean cooking through her food blog, Kimchimari.
JinJoo has a PhD in Computer Science and was a computer engineer for 15 years before starting her Korean recipe site Kimchimari in 2011.
JinJoo has been blogging full time since 2015. She started blogging at the encouragement of her only daughter when she was going off to college and wanted her mom to share recipes of Korean food she knew she would be missing at school.
JinJoo has always loved cooking and learning. She has taken a Culinary Techniques class from the French Culinary Institute, a class in Kimchi and Fermentation, and a two-month Korean dessert class from SookMyung Women's University Korean Food Institute, where she is also a Food Stylist Program graduate.
JinJoo helps people get acquainted with Korean cooking by providing extra information on her website such as how-to's on making Gochujang, how to ripen Kimchi properly, the differences between Korean and US cuts of beef and pork, and more. It is her dream to write a Korean cookbook that will not only curate good recipes, but will also serve as a solid foundation for anyone who wants to learn about Korean cooking.
Maria Doss | Kitchen at Hoskins
Maria Doss is the recipe creator, photographer, and writer behind Kitchen at Hoskins.
Maria began her food blog Kitchen At Hoskins in 2016 to share easy baking, gluten free, air fryer, and instant pot recipes that are family friendly and loaded with flavor.
Born and raised in southern India, today she lives in California with her husband, two kids, and a dog.
Maria loves to create fusion recipes with innovative techniques. She is obsessed with eating healthy but loves to indulge in the occasional decadent treat.
Amy Estes | Pinch me Good
Amy Estes is the owner of Pinch Me Good, a food blog where she shares easy, healthy-inspired, feel good recipes that anyone can make and everyone will love and want to eat.
Amy is an experienced home cook who is obsessed with eating healthy food but who also loves a good brownie. As she says on her site, "life without dessert does not work for me"!
She started her blog, Pinch Me Good, in 2017. Its primary recipes are focused on produce-inspired meals, snacks, desserts, and more. Amy's goal is to bring readers delicious yet very easy and simple recipes that they can make to feel their best everyday.
Amy is also a certified nutrition coach.
Pina Bresciani began her eponymous food and culture blog in 2015, focusing on authentic Italian cooking with a west coast contemporary twist. Since then, she has steadily grown her following and her audience engagement each year.
Pina was born in Canada, but grew up in Canada and Italy, where she spent childhood summers in her mom's hometown of Sperlonga. Deeply steeped in Italian food, language, and culture, Pina's philosophy is centered around creating content that comes from the heart, with an aim to inspire her followers to try her recipes and share them with their friends and family.
In addition to her growing recipe and lifestyle site, Pina has a well-established Instagram presence. She provides her followers with amazing food ideas intertwined with a personal touch through sharing background stories about her recipes, her family, and her favorite spots in Italy.
Pina has been featured in major publications such as Buzzfeed and Popsugar. Many of her followers have written her to express gratitude that they could connect with her recipes and learn more about Italian cooking.
Pina lives with her husband, Ben, in Vancouver.
Super informative!! Elaine asks wonderfully probative questions! So enjoyable to listen to!
Best Podcast about Food Blogging
I am so happy I stumbled across this podcast. I’m about to launch my blog and hearing how others are doing it is valuable. I love that you end with a set list of questions that you ask every guest and find that I look forward to hearing everyone’s answers.
Every episode I walk away with a valuable lesson or take-away
I love Elaine’s ‘Dishing with Delishes’ podcast…she asks all of the questions that new food bloggers WANT to ask but don’t know WHO to ask (or are afraid to ask). The shows are short and filled with tips and inspiration and I’ll binge-listen to two or three at a time. Every episode I walk away with a valuable lesson or take-away that I can use in real life on my own blog. I look forward to every episode.