Hello, I’m Stephanie, sharing the pleasures of cooking, eating and dining with you. The recipes on this blog are created with fresh ingredients & local whole organic foods for plant-based vegan and vegetarian dishes. I’m passionate about the pleasures of food. In my own style of eating and cooking, pleasure is an essential ingredient.
While being healthy and eating well is definitely on the menu, enjoying food and feeling good is what being a sensual foodie is all about.
I’m on Instagram daily (that’s why I’m @stephaniedujour) and would love it if you’d join me there too. Sometimes I post recipes and sometimes I just post pretty food photos. I mainly shoot with my Nikon D700 camera, but sometimes my iPhone captures the perfect shot too.
Also I began a vegan t-shirt line of my own handcrafted designs! It’s fun to wear and share my love for living a vegan plant-based lifestyle.
If you’re a brand interested in collaboration, feel free to send an email to email@example.com for rates and media kit. I’ve worked with Birch Benders, CrockPot, Waiakea, Fix & Fogg, Veggie Grill, Lahtt Sauce, Banza, Palais des Thes, Maille Mustard, Adagio Teas, Kissa Tea, Maison du Bon, Vana Life Foods, and many more.
The Sensual Foodie inspires culinary creativity with plant-based recipes. Creator and founder Stephanie Kordan created The Sensual Foodie as a feast for the senses. She shares her own recipes, inspiring you to eat more plant-based foods, regardless of being wholly vegan, paleo, pescatarian or omnivore.
Stephanie Kordan is an artist, writer, blogger, mother, and creative spirit. She creates every recipe post and tempting photo for The Sensual Foodie since 2011. She also writes articles for various publications, such as LAWeekly, Huffington Post, Thrillist, Vice Munchies. A lifelong vegetarian, Stephanie creates plant-based recipes at home. Her food philosophy is rooted in vegetarian cooking in a casual California style. She is a Los Angeles native with a passion for discovering all things vegetarian in the city.
Stephanie appeared on MasterChef on Fox as a food critic (Season 7 “Critics Choice” episode 17) and is a guest food critic on the new Gordon Ramsay tv series 24 Hours: To Hell and Back (episode 5, La Serenata).