This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I am looking to showcase some dads who are cooking up something good for their families. Some of these dads are here in the states. There are other dads who are in other parts of the world. These dads will help with some great recipes you can share with your family. They are making meals that you will want to eat. If you think I missed a dad or want to share your thoughts please leave it in the comment section below.
Nick Evans – Macheesmo
Nick Evans started up Macheesmo to share his passion for cooking. As of now he had featured over 2,000 homemade recipes. He also gives you weekly meal plans as well as quick and easy weeknight dinners. Each recipe has step by step directions. Make sue you go to his site over at macheesmo.com to get new recipes, videos, and fun tips and tricks to help you get the most out of home cooking. You will be making meals like him in no time.
Mike Vrobel – Dad Cooks Dinner
Mike Vrobel is a dad and an enthusiastic home cook. He is an indie cookbook author and food blogger with a day job. He has a patient spouse, and three kids who would rather have hamburgers for dinner. We feel you Mike. Trust us Mike, we feel you. He started writing DadCooksDinner in 2008. He has self-published the How to Rotisserie Grill series of cookbooks. They are Rotisserie Grilling, Rotisserie Chicken Grilling, and Rotisserie Turkey. Check out his site at dadcooksdinner.com.
Stacey Little – Southern Bite
Stacey Little is a dad, cookbook author, and southern food blogger. He looks to share tried and true Southern recipes. Feeding people makes him happy. For Stacey it’s just about as plain and simple as that. There are few things in this world that delights him more than his family and friends gathered around his table enjoying a meal. When you combine great cooked meals and family time you know you are on to something. For more on Stacey go to his site at southernbite.com.
Paul Barrett – Vegetarian Dad
Paul looks to use his blog to share some of his favorite vegetarian recipes. He also wants to share his adventures in trying to start up a cafe whilst juggling childcare and being a house-husband. He has a free recipe book and a recipe of the week. Check out Paul’s vegetarian meals at pulsecafe.wordpress.com.
Gerry Speirs – Foodness Gracious
Since becoming a stay-at-home Dad almost 9 years ago, Gerry created Foodness Gracious as a base for busy parents. He wanted to show parents how feed their family without having to wander aimlessly around the grocery store each night. He wants to help take some stress out of your day and do the thinking of what can be on your dinner table. If you love quick and easy with a little healthy thrown in, you need to check out his site at foodnessgracious.com.