Guest Top Ten List

In a sea of resourceful food blogs on the Web today, these 10 stand out because of their unique style, clean aesthetic and deep appreciation for quality ingredients. In a similar fashion to Julie Child and other wise cooking show hosts, these bloggers recount the stories behind every recipe, memorable meal and ingredient - all illustrated with beautiful images.

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Stacey Lindsay is a correspondent for Remodelista, a sourcebook for considered living. Counting style-conscious consumers as well as design professionals among its daily audience, Remodelista offers features such as Steal This Look, 10 Easy Pieces and Architect Visits. To discover more DIY and renovation ideas, visit the Remodelista Design Newsstand, a visual list of 100+ must-read design blogs offering style perspectives and remodeling advice. The Newsstand promotes a different blog every few minutes and provides avid design readers with an enjoyable means to browse through their favorites.

Top Ten Stylish Food Blogs

101 Cookbooks

Heidi Swanson is a sage of many kinds: She’s a world traveler, natural foods enthusiast, recognized photographer and celebrated cookbook author. Here she writes about the recipes and cooking tips that punctuate her life and career.

Cannelle et Vanille

Equal parts lifestyle, cooking and photography, this blog by “Basque-expat” Erin and offers a fresh perspective on all three topics with sterling images.

Oh Joy

Graphic designer, blogger and overall enthusiast for style and food, Joy Deangdeelert Cho designs textiles, packaging and branding for clients in the fashion and food industries. Her blog chronicles her favorite DIY projects and style inspirations, as well as her latest culinary adventures in the “Oh Joy Eats” section.

Orangette

Molly Wizenberg’s blog originally started in 2004 as a hobby and outlet but her food writing and recipes quickly brought her a huge following. The Seattle-based writer is now a celebrated cookbook author as well as host of the podcast “Spilled Milk.” Her personal writing style, in combination with her film photos, makes this blog seem more like a well-written book.

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Smitten Kitchen

In her own words, writer, photographer and cook Deb offers her readers “a lot of comfort foods stepped up a bit, things like bread and birthday made entirely from scratch,” as well as helpful tutorials and crisp images taken by her husband. Although the NYC kitchen where she cooks is small, Deb’s recipes yield big results and followings.

What Katie Ate

A hip resource for fresh food ideas, great photography and current reviews on restaurants; all delivered by Australian commercial photographer Katie Quinn Davies. Based in Sydney, Katie’s work has brought her a readership that spans across the globe.

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