Welcome to Julia’s Album – my food blog where I regularly share easy-to-make recipes, as well as an occasional dessert.
My name is Julia, I am a United States based food blogger, a self-taught cook and a self-taught food photographer. I started this food blog in 2012 as a hobby and an expression of my personal passion for cooking and photography, in addition to my regular full-time job at the time. In 2016 I quit my full-time 9 to 5 office job to devote myself 100% full-time to this food blog and my passion for travel.
I am constantly working on improving my cooking skills, as well as my photography and photo editing skills. Food, photography, and travel are my true passions that I try to make happen in my life.
Majority of the recipes on my site are savory dishes – mostly dinners, main dishes, pasta recipes, soups, salads – you’ll find lots of those here at Julia’s Album, with an occasional dessert thrown in for good measure. I started following a gluten free diet in 2014, and the majority of savory recipes on my site are gluten free or include a gluten-free option. My blog is a great resource for busy people (that’s all of us, right?!) who want to eat well without spending a ton of time on cooking.
I actively use both my FACEBOOK page and my PINTEREST page – you’re welcome to follow either or both, if you’re looking for delicious dinner ideas and inspirations. Just like on my blog, most of what I share on FACEBOOK and PINTEREST are savory recipes (dinners, main dishes), with an occasional amazing dessert!
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONNECT WITH ME VIA SOCIAL MEDIA, HERE ARE MY ACCOUNTS:
The recipes presented on this site are everyday, familiar foods, cooked from scratch. A good place to start is my Recipe Index where the recipes are categorized by course (Breakfast, Dinner, Desserts, etc.), major ingredients, type of diet, etc.
A large section of my site is devoted to gluten free recipes.
I am so glad you’re visiting my site, and I really hope you’ll enjoy my recipes and photos! Please ask any questions in the comments here or under each individual recipe/post. I welcome feedback and comments!