I still religiously follow my top fav food blogs (from way back when). I am always checking to see what is new over at: Joy the Baker, Maangchi, Eat the Love, Ruhlman, and cHowdivine. Over the months, I also came across other food blogs that I think are pretty cool.Fayes Fork- Faye loves exploring new places. She is quite thrifty too and always looking for bargains, so she’s your girl if you want to keep up with places that offer the best deals. She found me on Yelp from my review on Daiso. She has a cute dog name Lifu that gives her a headache sometimes. You gotta check out the pics of Lifu. The tongue hanging out from the side of his mouth is the funniest and cutest thing!
Cranial Chaos- I take credit for this food blogger starting his food blog lol. He found me on Cheftalk. We shared stories on food and the professional kitchen life. It seemed like he had a lot to share from his years of “chefing”. I figured there are others out there that would be interested in reading about all the drama, chaos, pain, and joy that one experiences in the industry. I suggested he should start a blog about it. And viola! He did. He LOVES sauces! He might be your guy for getting a recipe for a kickass sauce.
Sandra’s Easy Cooking- She first stopped by my blog a while back and left some comments. I had no idea who she was but thought it was nice of her to do so. I linked back to her blog and thought it was pretty cool. It turns out that she is also a blogger friend of Gomo from cHowdivine. Maybe that is how she found me?? Anyways, she always has really tempting photos on her posts. It always makes me hungry when I visit her blog. And the name of her blog says it all, “easy cooking”. Like Gomo’s, her recipes are great for those days on the go when you don’t want to fuss too much but still want to whip up something tasty.American Heritage Cooking- I found Lindsey’s blog from Tasteologie. Her photos of the delicious looking chocolate chip cookies caught my attention. She loves cookies as much as I do…well maybe more! I love how she incorporates American history/culture with food. She sometimes refers to old cookbooks from the past, bringing back cooking during simpler times, even digging up old recipes of things we hardly even see anymore. Her big (wedding) day is just around the corner, so she has a Wedding Fairy that is constantly on her back to keep her in check (about not indulging too much on fattening food) so that she can look her best on that special day…so you will find some recipes for lighter meals as well.