Britain's view of the 50 Greatest Food Blogs
By Sara Davis on February 22, 2009
One of the advantages of having a "foreign" husband (mine if from
Australia) is that through him, I see a lot more of the news from the
rest of the world's perspective.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks
is a new favorite for me. "Plowing through life in the country one calf
nut at a time", this home-schooling, homesteading gourmet brings a
sense of humor to her food and commentary. Warning to those with
low-speed internet (like we homesteaders tend to have); lots of
pictures make this a slow-loading website.
But no list is complete. Here's a few of my persoal favorites that didn't make the Times' list
Organic To Be: Great recipes, good wholesome food (and it doesn't have to be organic)
The Nourished Kitchen: Real food, real healthy, real frugal
and Kitchen Gardener's International: A food blog in that is deals with growing it as local as it gets--yourself.
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