It’s been an exciting journey creating the world’s healthiest cookware, and from time to time we hear from influential bloggers and the media wanting to share our story. We are ever so grateful to you for reaching out and willing to try and write about MEC. Please know that this is a great source of encouragement and has helped us connect with many who need our products.

We dedicate this page to you and the great work you’re doing!

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1. Debra LynnDadd

Debra LynnDadd is an internationally known consumer advocate. She was the first to speak about toxics in the national media and is the author of the first published book on toxic chemicals in consumer products. She has 7 books about toxins in consumer products, continuously in print for 30 years to her credit. Her website features the largest Q&A on toxic and toxic-free products and Debra’s List which is the largest directory of websites that sell toxic-free products. Her Toxic Free Talk Radio is the only talk radio show about toxics and the most comprehensive blog about detoxing chemicals from your body.

Debra Lynndad on Miriams Earthen Cookware:


2. Boston Voyager

Boston Voyager is known for unpolished authentic representation of media. In their own words: “Our mission is to build a platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions and those that make our city interesting.” Their most popular features are Boston’s Most Inspiring Stories and Fun Things To Do In Boston. They also have a Heartwarming Photos Collection by New England’s Most Talented Photographers, called Portraits of Love.

Boston Voyager on Miriams Earthen Cookware:

They recently published Miriam’s Interview: Meet Miriam Kattumuri of Miriams Earthen Cookware in Roslindale


3. Juicy Green Mom

Judith is passionate about green, toxin-free, healthy living. She shares her experiences to enlighten, inspire and empower people to make educated eco-friendly product and lifestyle choices. Her website features posts about green living, essential oils, recipes/DIY, reviews/shop green, parenting, life and love.

Juicy Green Mom on Miriams Earthen Cookware:

Clay Pot Cooking: Miriam’s Earthen Cookware Review


4. Thrifty Nifty Mommy

This blog was started by Janessa from West Virginia in 2010. It provides quality product reviews and recommendations for moms. You will find posts about pregnancy, breastfeeding, baby gear, family life, travel, recipes, and crafts.

Thrifty Nifty Mommy on Miriams Earthen Cookware:


Clean & Healthy Cooking With Clay From Miriam’s Earthen Cookware

5. Michigan Saving & More

Laura Smith from Houghton Lake, Michigan, loves to travel and write about her experiences, reviews, and giveaways. She writes all her posts and has a decent number of website visitors and followers on social media.

Michigan Saving & More on Miriams Earthen Cookware:

Cook Healthy with Miriams Earthen Cookware

Cook Healthy with Miriams Earthen Cookware


6. The Hug

The Hug is a website with a three-points vision for keen, lean and green shopping:

  1. Organic: Where applicable produced from organic farming methods and often certified organic according to organic standards.
  2. Educational: The process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits.
  3. Humane: Characterized by tenderness, compassion and sympathy for people, animals and the planet.

The Hug on Miriams Earthen Cookware:

100% Miriam’s Non Toxic Cookware

100% Miriam’s Non Toxic Cookware


7. Annmarie

Annmarie and Kevin Gianni are healthy living bloggers, known for Annmarie Skin Care — a non-toxic and green product line. All ingredients are hand-selected, then infused in base oils and aloe juice, and then crafted using additional plant extracts and ingredients to make them as effective as possible. The result is beautiful, glowing skin. All their products are:

  • Natural
  • Non-GMO
  • Cruelty-free
  • Made in USA
  • Made with ingredients that are organic, wildcrafted, and have the planet in mind

Annmarie on Miriams Earthen Cookware: