The blogosphere is absolutely packed with great food ideas from bloggers dedicated to helping you eat. Sometimes it’s tough to find them, though, among all the sites out there. Here are four food blogs worth the click. Warning: they’re likely to induce hunger.
Cooking with a Wallflower
This blog is stuffed with gorgeous pictures of yummy food, all with very easy-to-follow recipes. First Andrea breaks down the process for you, discussing her method and good technique, and then each one comes with a recipe card at the end, which you can easily print and keep. The food is full of veggies and fruits, and, for the most part, the recipes are pretty healthy. And speaking of stuffed, check out this recipe for Corn and Cheese Stuffed Sweet Peppers. Yum.
Kitchen CiCi’s recipes are a bit more intricate and complicated, but even thinking about making them is a delicious boost to the day. Take, for example, her Vanilla Crème Brioche, complete with photos for methods, or her Crunchy Chewy Kitchen Sink Cookies, which have spiked my blood sugar just by looking at them. While there is good-for-you fare, the brioche recipe warns you not to fear butter, so the healthy definitely mingles with the decadent. And I really want those cookies.
Cooking Without Limits
As a side note, writing this article made me so hungry, I had to stop and make lunch in the middle. But now I’m back and ready to talk more food, this time with a blog that’s intriguing not only for the recipes. In addition to food blogging, Cooking Without Limits also talks about the art of food photography. Wonder how those Brussels sprouts got so fresh and delicious looking? This post will tell you. Rather find a new take on a classic dish? Check out the recipe for Baked Macaroni and Cheese, which, I have to say, looks like a little round circle of heaven.
Patrons of the Pit
And for the carnivores among us, Patrons of the Pit is all about meat. You can practically smell the smoke from the other side of the screen, with recipes like Hickory Smoked Sloppy Joe Sandwiches. Or this post which is, at its heart, a love letter to meat. The Patrons of the Pit describe their methods as the “BBQ arts,” and judging by the beautifully photographed results, they may be on to something.