The "Taste of Happiness" is how Montreal-based food blogger Suganya Hariharan's describes her food blog RelishTheBite.com. Featuring a wide variety of recipes—from North Indian inspired dishes to Pasta and Tacos—you'll love her take on inspired cuisine.
On a quest for the perfect loaf? Look no further than Maurizio Leo's blog. Dedicated to procuring the perfect loaf of bread, his passion for the craft and encouraging, no-nonsense advice will have you baking your own bread in no time.
Coming to you from Queens, New York, Suzie Flores spices it up with her must-read blog, Peas Love & Jalapenos. Packed with (mostly) vegan recipes, these creative dishes will make meatless Monday a culinary adventure.
Hailing from Santa Rosa, California, Tiffany McCauley delivers clean eating recipes using real food. From useful kitchen tips to killer slow cooker recipes, check out this blog for great ideas for everyday food inspiration.
With a passion for food and a flair for storytelling Naz Deravian’s Bottom of the Pot is the perfect blog for those looking to spice things up. The Iranian-born mother of two, is a freelancer by day, culinary dreamer by night serving up adventures in Persian food and beyond from her home in L.A.
Stunning photography and mouth-watering recipes are created to inspire at Happyolks, a Colorado-based cooking blog. Created by husband and wife team Kelsey and Shaun Boyte, this inspiring couple will remind you of the joy of cooking, sharing and gratitude.
It’s sensory overload at The Broken Bread thanks to the mouth-watering recipes and stunning imagery of baker, writer and photographer, Kristan Raines. Archived according to the season, this food blog showcases produce at its peak.
It’s a mother and daughter duo behind the delicious dishes and striking imagery of Golubka Kitchen. Anya and older daughter Masha, have created a treasure trove of culinary delights to savor. Originally from Russia, Anya started the blog to share her love of tasty and nourishing cooking. Now with their cookbook The Vibrant Table (Roost Books), everyone can benefit from this Florida-based family affair.
L.A. food blogger Gaby Dalkin, is a bona fide Californian gal. As happy in yoga pants as she is in a killer dress and five-inch heels, What’s Gaby Cooking is a food blog all about balance. From her Green Goddess Salad to Slutty Brownies, hop on over to the sunny side of the street.
A cook, food writer and creative event producer, Dominic Franks is the mastermind behind British food blog, Belleau Kitchen. Featuring everything from Spatchcock Chicken with Apple Jelly and Honey Marinade, to Vegetarian Sausage, Mushroom and Stuffing Wellington, these recipes highlight the best in local and seasonal ingredients.
The Real Food Forager is a health and nutrition food blog created by Dr. Jill Tieman. Coming to you from Sayville, New York, it focuses on autoimmunity and grain-free diets with countless recipes and educational posts. Not the outdoor type? Don’t worry, Tieman doesn’t expect you to trek through the forest for your supper, this is about foraging Online and in your grocery store to become a modern day, suburban, real food forager.
Since the late nineties, Mallika Basu has been bringing the wonders of Indian Cuisine to the web. Born and raised in Kolkata, India, she moved to England to study when she was eighteen, and the rest is, as they say, history. “Live life. Love curry,” is her motto. One you’ll want to chant after making some of these fabulous recipes.
Originally created to keep friends updated on the family’s farm adventures, Farmgirl Gourmet quickly became a destination for food lovers everywhere. Creator Heather Scholten utilizes the multitude of local farms around her to deliver recipes that are as delicious as they look.
Coming to you from San Diego, Family Spice is the Online home of cookbook author, wife and mom of three, Laura Bashar. This site has everything from sweets to savory, family-friendly recipes with a Persian flair.
Food, family and thoughtful living—is the byline for American-based food blog Chinese Grandma. Created by former investment banker and home cook Lilian, it’s all about old-school food and philosophy, inspired by her, "real Chinese grandmas."
Sunday morning pancakes have to be one of my favorite things, and so it’s no surprise that I was drawn to this stunning site from food blogger and photographer Heather Poire. Based in New Hampshire, this cooking blog is more than simply fabulous breakfast food, it features delicious, seasonal, local vegan treats with an emphasis on health and well-being.
You’re in for a culinary ride with Brooklyn-based food blog Two Red Bowls. From Bacon Mashed Potato Pizza to Shanghainese Lion’s Head Meatballs, this beautifully executed site features exquisite recipes from “Woefully inexperienced junior lawyer” by day, culinary mastermind by night. You’ll quickly fall in love with this food blog and all it has to offer.
Stephanie Le is passionate about food. So much so, she cooked and ate every recipe in the Momofuku cookbook. Her food blog, I am a Food Blog, is an outlet for her foodie fabulousness featuring everything from Barbecued Chicken Flatbread Pizza to Mini Green Tea Chocolate No-Bake Ice Cream Box Cake.
A Spicy Perspective is the brainchild of professional food writer, recipe developer, food stylist and photographer, Sommer Collier. Featuring a mix of international foods, easy gourmet dishes and “good ol’ American comfort food,” you’ll re-discover old favorites at this fabulous food blog.
Ashley Rodriguez shares her passion for all things salted, sweet and savory on Not Without Salt, a food blog centered around the joy, pleasure and sustenance of good food. Flawlessly executed, this blog is easy-to-navigate and full of enticing dishes.
American expat Jamie Schler has been living in Europe for 25 years, immersed in French and Italian culture. A freelance writer with a passion for food—and the tales of those who create it—Life’s a Feast features mouth-watering recipes of sweet and savory treats that celebrate good company and great food.
Is there such a thing as a healthy dessert? According to the creator of Chocolate Covered Katie, yes! This Washington-based food blog features healthier versions of your favorite classics. A must for those with an insatiable sweet tooth.
A Blog of Salt started as a way for Thuy to share her Vietnamese recipes with friends. Today, the blog attracts thousands of foodies eager to expand their culinary repertoire and perfect dishes they have come to know and love.
Aside from the gorgeous imagery and mouth-watering dishes, it’s hard not to be wooed simply by the name, Ladles and Jellyspoons. Created by the British “chef whisperer,” this Hollywood- based food blog includes a vast array of recipes perfect for beginner to advanced culinary connoisseurs.
From Brooklyn hipster to farmer’s wife, Molly Yeh chronicles her fabulous foodie journey from North Dakato where she gets to make tasty farm lunches, dream up names for her future chickens, and pickle everything without being labeled a hipster.