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  1. Roasted Autumn Vegetable Pot Pies

    We could not agree more: “there’s something about taking pastry dough and wrapping it around, partially or completely, some kind of filling that makes it simply irresistible.”

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  2. Yaansoon Illustration + Art

    An illustration site created by a “nomadic Mediterranean foodie,” Yaansoon is a colorful celebration of food, travel, and visual storytelling.

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  3. Wit & Vinegar

    Billy Green loves tater tots and coffee, has been known to polish of a bowl of guacamole with a spoon, and writes a food blog that is a ray of sunshine (and popsicles!).

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  4. Lab Noon

    Saghar Setareh blogs from Rome by way of Tehran. Visit Lab Noon for delicious recipes, stories well-told, and Saghar’s distinctive, moody photography.

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  5. The Zero-Waste Chef

    The motto at Anne-Marie Bonneau’s ethical-cooking blog: “No packaging. Nothing processed. No waste.” Visit her site for recipes and resources on running a more planet-friendly kitchen.

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  6. Inspired by Charm

    Former innkeeper Michael Wurm, Jr. shares lessons learned from bed and breakfast life — creative ideas for your home, delicious meals, party and holiday tips, and more.

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  7. Happy 11th Blogiversary, Smitten Kitchen!

    “The more you work at it, the closer it gets to what you have in your head.”

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    All-butter pie crust. Image by Deb Perelman / smitten kitchen.

  8. Salt & Lavender

    At Salt & Lavender, it’s all about easy recipes using fresh ingredients, made from scratch.

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  9. Southern Foodways Alliance

    The Southern Foodways Alliance documents, studies, and celebrates the diverse food cultures of the changing American South — and its site offers a wealth of resources, stories, and oral histories to explore.

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    A plate from Helvetia’s ramp supper. Photograph by Emily Hilliard.
  10. What To Cook Today

    Sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and umami: Marvellina explores a vast world of Southeast Asian cuisine in her Minnesota-by-way-of-Indonesia kitchen.

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  11. The Fauxmartha

    Melissa makes simple, classic food in the kitchen of her Minneapolis farmhouse, aka “The Fauxhouse.” She imbues her recipes and her homemaking advice with a cozy, comfortable minimalism.

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  12. Let’s Taco Bout It

    At Let’s Taco Bout It, combine your love for food and literature. Each month, Charlotte and Mica feature a book and create recipes inspired by it. (It’s fitting for home cooks — no special equipment or hard-to-find ingredients here!)

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  13. Blanched Asparagus and Crispy Parma Ham with a Rocket Pesto

    Wish to Dish’s sassy take on “ham and eggs” will leave you swooning for more.

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  14. A Cozy Kitchen

    Adrianna Adarme’s food is inspired by her Peruvian and Colombian ancestry, her corgi Amelia, and “copious amounts of rap music, sugar, butter and flour.”

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  15. Center of the Plate

    Duck confit, anyone? Center of the Plate is the blog of D’Artagnan, a high-end purveyor of specialty foods in New Jersey. The site features recipes and stories about farm-to-table food culture.

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