101 Cookbooks - One of the most established food blogs, five years old and counting; this is the chronicle of a blogger with an overindulged habit of buying cookbooks. This Californian blog is primarily a conduit for savoury recipes, mostly vegetarian, and using natural foods - the most popular include caramelised tofu, black bean brownies and lemon-scented quinoa salad. It's technologically literate, too, with i-Phone compatible recipes, and there is a convenient index of recipes by ingredient, and by category (ie gluten-free, cookies, drinks etc).
Becks & Posh - Becks and Posh is modern cockney for nosh. Follow English-Girl-Abroad, Sam Breach, on her culinary travels, mainly in the San Francisco Bay Area, but also further afield, whilst she plays at being amateur restaurant critic, wine taster, food photographer, cocktail connoisseur, party planner, good food forager and practising home cook, with trusted French advisor, Fred, by her side.
Cannelle et Vanille - The recipes say it all: salted caramel ice-cream, roasted fig frozen mousse, lemon verbena with chamomile crème brulee. This visually stunning site was started by Spanish pastry chef Aran Goyoaga to satisfy her career-break cravings. Even a snacky peek explains its overnight success.
Chez Pim - Not much of a foodie secret, blog celebrity and big-hitter Pim quit her Silicon Valley job in 2005 to pursue her foodie calling.
Chocolate and Zucchini - Paris-based Clotilde Dusoulier has started a series on French food idioms, and her blog is full of Parisian gastronomic delights, with a book to accompany it, titled Edible Adventures in Paris.
Chubby Hubby - Everything you need to know about Asian food can be found on this blog, where Singaporean-based author Aun Koh writes about street food, restaurants and recipes, with charming references to his partner in kitchen crime, his wife.
Cook and Eat - Striking photography and a smooth to move-about layout.
Cook's Cook, The - A magazine for cooks, food writers and recipe testers. Its Letters to the Editor, Cook's Blog, and Blog of the Week are updated every Tuesday.
David Lebovitz - Witty food reportage by the established cookbook author and ex-pastry chef David Lebovitz. Now based in Paris, he covers recipes, restaurants and interviews with other foodie heavyweights.
Delicious Days - Authored by Munich-based Nicky Stich. Well-conceived, with an international flavour but healthy dose of German influence and easy to navigate sections including a food news feed. DD features the author's own recipes, as well as adaptations from other cookbooks.
Kitchn, The - Part of the hugely popular interiors blog Apartment Therapy, this satisfies all manner of kitchen cravings; featuring stylish kitchen tours, recipes and answers to such burning questions as "How to clean a toaster" and "What is the difference between non-stick and cast iron pans?"
Nordljus - A bilingual food journal, written in both English and Japanese, the primary language of Nordljus is photography, with snapper Keiko capturing delectable images such as truffle honey ice cream with hazelnut dacquoise and Seville orange sponge, as well as sharing recipes and her musings on an English culinary life.
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