From the Editors
The UK Times Online just released its list of the 50 best food blogs in the world. While some (Orangette, 101 Cookbooks, Serious Eats) are pretty well known, there's plenty of new stuff to dig into. At The Bitten Word, for instance, "a charming duo tackle recipes from a back-catalogue of food magazines." They recently tackled Spinach-and-Pork Wontons from Food and Wine and Chicken and Israeli Couscous with Tomato and Lemon from Martha Stewart Living. Wild Yeast, a bread blog, has a feature called YeastSpotting, rounding up the best bread recipes around the Web. Artichoke: British Food and Drink covers the best and worst of British cuisine and food events (did you know there's a month-long Plum Festival in the Worcestershire town of Pershore every August?) Lucullian Delights is written by a Swedish woman now living with her family in Italy, and Tartelette is written by a French expatriate and pastry chef living in Charleston, SC.
Eggbeater peeks into the life of a London chef. Cream Puffs in Venice is by a Canadian-Italian, and Café Fernando is written by a Turk who once lived in San Francisco and is now back in Istanbul cooking no-bake tangerine cheesecake and pomegranate jam. The Times Online comments section is already filled with even more English-language food blogs to check out.