Blogs About Cooking, Eating, & Other Things Food Related
The former Pastry Chef of Chez Panisse records his exploits as he travels around Paris. Funny and engaging with great recipes and photos.
Great food writing, recipes, and photos.
Becks & Posh
Eating and dining in the San Francisco Bay area and abroad.
Chocolate & Zucchini
Wonderful stories from a French woman living in Paris.
"Musings on food, wine, and marriage." Based in Singapore.
Pim Techamuanvivit, originally from Bangkok, resides in San Francisco but spends a great deal of her time travelling the world. Chez Pim is a wonderful diary of Pim's dining adventures around the globe with interesting photography.
Great photos and writing from a culinary couple in Munich.
A Hamburger Today
A Hamburger Today attempts to discover the world's best hamburger (an obsession I also share). A group effort with writers based in New York and Los Angeles, every juicy detail of their globetrotting dining is covered in their burger escapades. If you love a good burger like I do, you will enjoy reading the exploits of these meat-eaters and their consuming hunger for America's favorite sandwich.
Deep End Dining
This hip, off-center look at food and eating is a group effort by writers in New York and Los Angeles - great writing that is fascinating, poetic, sometimes crude but always stimulating.
Noodlepie relates the musings of British freelance journalist, Graham Holliday. This blog is mostly about the food of Vietnam (where she is based), both the good and the bad, but Graham does occasionally cover other venues. This blog is a very interesting read even if you don't enjoy Vietnamese - lots of great photos, too.
Written by an American freelance food writer living in Mexico City, this fascinating blog is full of in-depth stories of food, particulary traditional styles and old world cooking methods. Recent posts relate the authors travels to the United Kingdom, including a stint on a goat farm and making cheese. His latest culinary journey is currently wandering eastern China.
Named one of Seattle's best blogs, Cornichon is written by Ronald Holden and covers everything from Seattle's great Pike Place Market to four-star restaurants to neighborhood delis.
Kate Hill's French Kitchen Adventures
Kate Hill is a writer and cook living in Gascony, France. She holds cooking classes at her farmhouse in Camont and also owns a 100-year-old barge which she uses to travel the waterways of Europe. This is a very interesting look at French food and culture.
Becoming a Chef
Blog page of the brilliant writing team of Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page (husband and wife). Dornenburg and Page are authors of Culinary Artistry, the New American Chef, and Becoming a Chef. As you would guess, Andrew and Karen dine out a lot. This page is a diary of their dining experiences, chats with chefs, opinions, and useful restaurant information - a pleasure to read.
Here is a wonderfully interesting blog from a big-city girl that sold her bakery cafe 12 years ago to move to the country. Follow the blog as Susan attempts to build an artisan bread bakery on her 280-acre, 140-year old farm in Missouri.
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