Addiction is a hard thing to deal with. The inability to sleep, the sore wrists, the bleary eyes – all caused by a personal favorites list that contains over a hundred blogs! And the Times Online UK certainly hasn’t helped. I’m loving their list of the Best 50 Food Blogs. A bunch I already follow are featured (I posted about them way back in September 2007) but there’s plenty of new ones to feast on.
Here are two particularly delectable food blogs:
Tea & Cookies is a food blog, a collection of essays, photos, recipes, and other adventures written by Tea, a writer, home cook, and avid traveler; it’s the intersection between food and life.
Delicious Days has a cool name and a huge following, currently Technorati’s highest ranking food blog. Well-conceived, with an international flavor but healthy dose of German influence, its easy to navigate sections include a food news feed. DD features the author’s own recipes, as well as adaptations from other cookbooks. An invaluable article offers FoodbloggingDo’s and Don’ts.
Also wonderful is a strange Twitter account called @cookbook or @Maureen. This lady Tweets recipes! Full recipes, in 140 characters or less. They look a little something like this:
Mango Yakisoba: saute 2T oil/thyme&garlic/c leek&shroom 9m; +c mango/.5t redcurrypaste/4T lemon/T tamari&mint. Toss +4oz/100g al dente soba.
Lemon Lentil Soup: mince onion&celery&carrot&garlic; cvr@low7m+3T oil. Simmer40m+4c broth /c puylentil/thyme&bay&lemonzest. Puree+lemonjuice.
For a further healthy serving of food blogs, try [the] foodblogblog.com.
As we say in Polish, Smaczniego! Very tasty!