My Baking Addictionhttp://www.mybakingaddiction.com/
Blogger Jamie Lothridge is a middle school teacher who loves to bake &quot;deliciously addictive&quot; recipes in the evenings and on weekends. Her tutorials are a must for learning how to make perfectly uniform- sized cupcakes and how to properly and easily fill cupcakes. She offers her amazing recipes for salted caramel, Grand Marnier, and Snickers cupcakes.
David worked for thirteen years at a Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California. He left the restaurant business in 1999 and has written Room for Dessert, Ripe for Dessert, Ready for Dessert, The Great book of Chocolate, The Perfect Scoop, and The Sweet Life in Paris.
Bake or Breakhttp://www.bakeorbreak.com/
Growing up in Mississippi, I learned early and well that home-baked food is an important part of our lives and culture. Whenever I made the short trip to my grandmother’s home, she always had something wonderful and warm from the oven waiting. Memories of my grandmother’s baking are always an inspiration for me when I preheat my ovens and set out butter to soften. After years of living in the South, Quinn, the cats, and I moved to New York City in the fall of 2010. You can see most of my baking (and sometimes breaking) exploits on these pages. Most of the baking is done in my kitchen at home, although I enjoy the chance to bake with friends when we travel. The photography is mostly done in or near my kitchen with natural lighting.
Ice Cream Irelandhttp://icecreamireland.com/
This blog is an ice cream lovers paradise! Pink Peppercorn Ice Cream is just one of the creative recipes at Murphy's Ice Cream stores in Ireland. Run by brothers, Kieran and Sean, this blog offers more than decadent scoops of ice cream. The recipes for their creations are there for you to make your own creamy, smooth ice cream. And if you are thinking of visiting Ireland, there is information on this beautiful country and where to go and what to do.
Pinch My Salthttp://pinchmysalt.com/
This is a bread baker's paradise! The author/owner of this site has a store with the same name, Pinch My Salt, and has lived in Sicily, Italy. She's now back in the States and brings her experiences of cooking in Italy to share them with you. Her photography of her finished dishes is beautiful.
Love this blog for the author's battle against food waste. This blog offers delicious recipes for almost every leftover food you may have. Like breakfast croquettes made from leftover veggies. Very creative recipes and beautiful photos of prepared foods on this site.
The owner of this great blog Heidi Swanson is an accomplished photographer and cookbook author. The photographs are amazing on this site. Her love of cooking led to an expansive book collection. She has had publications of her work in many major magazines. The main focus of her recipes are natural ingredients and whole foods. Great blog!
Once Upon A Tarthttp://www.onceuponacakestand.com/
Love the name of this blog! Myriam, the owner and author of this blog has many great recipes from homemade mayonnaise to a dessert called Marshmallow Bliss that has a very festive look to it. The photos of her creations are beautiful.
Food photography and delectable recipes exist in simplicity here. If ever there is proof that aspiring writers and photographers should own their own blog, this is it. Molly landed a lucrative book deal and magazine with with Bon Appetit as a result of her blog. She was also introduced to her husband (with whom she now owns a restaurant) through her blog. So there you go!
This blog is authored by Nicky Smith from Munich Germany. It has an international flair with a healthy dose of German influence .We found it easy to navigate sections including a food news feed. The site features the author’s own recipes, as well as adaptations from other cookbooks. There is an invaluable article to help the beginner food blogger get started.
Freelance journalist Robyn Eckhardt and editorial and commercial freelance photographer David Hagerman are the owners of this beautiful blog. They live in Asia and this site is all about the Asian culture. The photos of Asian street vendors and markets along with the people of Asia are inspiring.
Elise Bauer is the author of this family blog. All the recipes are from family and friends that have been collected over the years. The recipe index is very organized and easy to follow. This site makes you feel like you are part of the family.
Gattina Cheung is the author of Kitchen Unplugged. She lives in Barcelona now but when she lived in the states she was inspired by a cooking show &quot;Baking with Julia&quot; and started baking without the use of electric appliances. She makes all her pastries and breads by hand. She love organic food and is eco-friendly. The photos of her baked goods are beautiful.
If you have a hankering for some good ol' Texas comfort food, this is the blog for you! Lisa the author and photographer, has innovative and creative recipes such as Turkey Tamales with Guajillo-Cranberry Mole and Cactus Casserole with Rice Ancho Chiles and Cheese. She also writes about the diverse foodways in Texas and is passionate about preserving Southern food culture.
Blue Kitchen is all about the food. Talking about it, thinking about, breathing it. The recipes are simplified but you still feel like you are eating gourmet. From the beginning cook to the more experienced cook, Terry B. hopes to inspire you all with the recipes on this site. Enjoy!
This is a Latin inspired cooking blog. The author Bren is passionate about her Latin heritage and it is evident in her recipes. She is a world traveler and private chef and shares her adventures in cooking from around the world.
The Kitchen Sinkhttp://thekitchensinkrecipes.com/
You will find everything but the kitchen sink in this food blog. Kristen the author is a lawyer living in Chicago and has a passion for cooking. The photographs on this site are absolutely delicious! The Fall Recipes page is great and visually appealing.
Des the author of Life's Ambrosia likes to cook simply and prepare food that is comforting. The focus of this site is that food doesn’t need to be over complicated or gourmet to be enjoyed. The Chicken Tortilla Soup pictured on the homepage makes the point-comfort food is a good thing.