Top 25 Foodie Blogs

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While all 25 of these foodies have a healthy obsession for food, each blog author has a different background and unique view of the world. Some foodies may have larger followings than others, but all of them are creative and informative. Also be sure to follow our collection of 25 imaginative and eclectic foodies on Twitter.

1. Two Peas and Their Pod
“We are a great team in the kitchen. We love trying new recipes, techniques, and flavors. We try to keep it healthy, but of course we have to splurge once in awhile.”

2. Smitten Kitchen
“A lot of comfort foods stepped up a bit, things like bread and birthday cakes made entirely from scratch and tutorials on everything from how to poach an egg to how to make tart doughs that don’t shrink up on you, but also a favorite side dish (zucchini and almonds) that takes less than five minutes to make.”

3. Nutrition to Kitchen
A registered Dietitian and true foodie currently living in Hawaii. “I learned how to cook through years of watching my mom and other remarkable women in my family whip up meals that will remain in my memory for as long as I live. Because of them, my passion for good food – real food – was born.”

4. What’s For Lunch Honey
“Somewhere along the way I got obsessed with food. Not so much the eating it but more the cooking it. It was simply divine to see people relish the food I had prepared and then to see the perfect look of satisfaction on their faces. That was it! I did not need the compliments – it was that look that had me hooked.”

5. Aggies Kitchen
“Food has always been a big part of my life. My parents and grandparents are from Sicily, so I can assure you, I grew up eating well. My parents have owned an Italian restaurant most of my life, and my grandparents still make sauce every Sunday.”

6. Cookies with Boys
“I’ve been a stay-at-home Mom for 5 years now. I love to cook and bake, and my family loves to eat…especially cookies. Who doesn’t like a cookie?”

7. For the love of cooking
“I love using fresh ingredients, organic when possible, and I like to experiment with different tastes and textures. I try to keep my recipes lower in fat but still tasting great.”

8. Gourmet Mom On The Go
Mandy is a busy mom of three who loves to cook. “I mostly put up the fun and whimsical food we make but I really enjoy gourmet cooking as well. Hopefully this site will inspire you to get into the kitchen with your kids and make some fun memories.”

9. Pioneer Woman Cooks
“The recipes I share on this site are tried and true-I’ve made them over and over-and I use only the simplest of ingredients, considering the country market near our home has never even thought about carrying yellowfin tuna, star anise, or wasabi paste. I think you’ll find all my dishes easy to make, very flavorful, and always crowd pleasin’. More importantly, if you make these recipes regularly, people will love you more.”

10. The Left Over Queen
“I hate throwing food away, so I try to use everything and not be wasteful. There is a lot to be done with a little, and it is important to our planet not to waste and to be creative with what we have. Simplicity is the backbone of the Southern Italian-American cooking that I grew up on.”

11. The Adventures of Kitchen Girl
The thirty-something Mother of 3 who loves to cook and take pictures of food. “I’m always trying something new in the kitchen, come on and join me!”

12. Dog Hill Kitchen
“I try to buy locally as much as possible and I keep most processed foods out of my diet. I’m an omnivore but I eat vegan/vegetarian meals several times a week. I grew up with a father that loved anything different and could make an awesome stir-fry and a mom and grandma that made the best Slovak comfort food.”

13. Eating From The Ground Up
Alana in the Kitchen. “For many Saturdays over the last few years, I have worked at our local farmer’s market for Indian Line Farm, where my family has a CSA share, which has been hands down my favorite thing on the list.”

14. Be Foodie
“I love food. Anything about food. That’s why I call myself not a gourmet (but) a ‘foodie’. Life is full of miracles, and food is just a piece of them. So I try not to skip a single chance to have my share on this magic world. Now you are in the world of a lunatic foodie. You will find my other interests, and things I love as you start reading my blog. I hope you will all have a good time here, and join the crowd who loves me!”

15. Sarah’s Cucina Bella
Over the past four years, Sarah’s site has grown from a basic blog without photos into a celebration of local, homemade food. Unless noted, the recipes are her original ones, created in her own cucina bella in Connecticut. Sarah is the editor of Mott’s More to the Core Blog, The Voice of Mom and Well Fed.

16. Chickens in the Road
“I live on a farm. I write every day in my farmhouse blog, Chickens in the Road. I write to entertain, inspire, encourage, and motivate my readers to enjoy the simple life in all the true richness (what I call “ordinary splendor”) it offers.”

17. Gena Knox
“Like everyone who grew up in the south, my story is full of food, family, and tradition”. We love her for the great cooking tips, recipes and Southern charm. Coming from a long line of strong women that excelled in traditional southern cooking, Gena was classically trained in the fine art of food preparation by her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

18. Sticky, Gooey, Creamy, Chewy
“My love of food comes from a long line of wonderful and creative Italian home cooks who didn’t always have a lot, but knew how to make a lot out of what they had. I hope that you enjoy yourself while you’re here, and visit often.”

19. One Perfect Bite
“I love to cook, I love to eat and I especially love the company of those who understand the quest for that one perfect bite. The food here is simple, inexpensive and easy to prepare – it’s peasant fare that meets the needs of today’s health-conscious cooks.”

20. Running with a Recipe
A 30 year old stay at home mom who loves to bake. “I will post about recipes and exercise but occasionally other things will spill out onto the pages of this blog.”

21. Food Hunter’s Guide to Cuisine
“This blog is for those of us that strive to have food and experiences that are special, local and unique. This is for those of us that want to be able to sit at home each night and have a good meal we prepared with fresh, healthy ingredients. Let’s break free together one blog at a time.”

22. Ellie’s New England Kitchen
“I live in NH, and have all my life. I’m married to the best husband a girl could ask for, and we have four crazy kids, plus a zoo of pets. I have always loved to cook. Baking is especially fun! Recently, we’ve decided to add healthier foods to our diet, so you’ll see some vegetarian, vegan, and even raw food posts on my blog.”

23. Prudence Pennywise
“When it comes to grocery shopping, my alter ego (Prudence Pennywise) takes over. I want the freshest ingredients at the best prices, which I use to create healthful, beautiful, fast (who has time?), delicious meals. My goal is to feed my family of four scandalously good food on about $100 a week. Get ready to save some pennies!”

24. Jersey Girl Cooks
Cooking and eating with Lisa. “Love to cook, love to eat and love to run (thank God)! I am also the CEO of a household of four. My handsome hubby and beautiful two children keep me busy. If there is time to spare, I enter recipe contests and work on my blog to feed my obsession with food.”

25. What’s for Dinner?
A 28 year-old Spanish teacher in the suburbs of Chicago. “I was brought up in a household where dinner as a family was a huge part of every evening. My mom grocery shopped and cooked nearly every night, and if she didn’t, dinner was always something great. I’ve continued this tradition by cooking dinner for myself and fiancé nearly nightly. Sometimes, there are written recipes, and sometimes, I make them up…usually the latter! I’ll do my best to put what I cook in recipe form!”

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Spence Cooper
Inquisitive foodie with a professional investigative background and strong belief in the organic farm to table movement. Author of Bad Seeds: A FriendsEAT Guide to GMO's. Buy Now!
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