My Favorite Food Sites of 2011- Part One

As a blogger I read and search for new and exciting food blogs on a daily basis. It’s a blogger’s duty to see what’s out there right? I like to keep them on my google homepage so I can check out the new posts and updates, it’s so easy these days to keep up…

So I thought I would share some of the noteworthy ones, in my humble opinion of course!

Stella Culinary cook and eat like a star- I like this site because they have great podcasts that are free downloads to my iphone. So I listen to them while I am walking or have a few minutes to spare to listen to something. The site is mostly geared to professional cooks, but it produces clear, concise content about classical dishes. This is a good site for a novice or a brittle old foodie as well.

    Deep South Dish Food, Family, Memories- This site is mostly dishes from south of the Mason Dixon line, but I like it because the recipes are well written and there are normally lots of pictures of how the dish was prepared. The graphics are a little loud, but the author gets the point across. I like the heritage and lost recipe section, it’s important work to keep those recipes out there.

    Food Wishes-Video recipes with Chef John. Chef John is a laid back, easy going California chef who taught cooking and is now producing cooking videos for us. He is really good at explaining simply how his dishes are made and what they look like when they are finished. He recently won some awards for his work, it’s worth a sticky beak..

    The Pioneer Woman No blog list would be complete without Ree Drummond’s blog. It’s one of the most popular food blogs produced in the world, and she gets a gazillion hits whenever she gives anything away. She mainly blogs about what she makes for dinner, but her photography is stunning, and she lives on a ranch in Oklahoma¬† so she is forced to make do with what she can find at her local grocery store. I hear she has her own show on the food network along with a couple of books.

    Smitten Kitchen– Fearless cooking from a tiny kitchen in New York City. This blogger is busy, lots of posts about fun and interesting foods. The recipes are broken down by the seasons. The site is filled with comfort foods and tutorials worth reading.

    Ok that’s it for today, stay tuned for more roundups of delicious food sites..

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4 Responses to My Favorite Food Sites of 2011- Part One

  1. Mags says:

    You might want to update your page. The website you list as Smitten Kitten is actually Smitten KITCHEN. Your link is also incorrect. It should be

  2. Mags says:

    For what it’s worth, your first link doesn’t work either. I think it has an extra “http”.

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