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  1. Salt & Lavender

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

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  2. 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.
  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Krautkopf

    “We find inspiration for photos and recipes all over the world. . . . Breathing the air on a different continent, our hands intertwined.” Susann and Yannic bring ideas home, then share beautifully styled vegetarian recipes from their Berlin kitchen. (In English and German.)

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  10. Baker Man

    UK-based Callum loves to bake — sweet or savory, Eton mess or French tart, easy or hard. One look at his cakes, and you’ll be pulling out the flour and butter yourself.

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  11. Lidey’s Table

    Lidey Heuck is a recipe tester and social media manager for Ina Garden, and her lovely blog is chock full of accessible recipes and entertaining tips.

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  12. Five Food Photography Tips from Cooking Without Limits

    Food photography tips from Gabriela Lupu at Cooking Without Limits.

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    Photography by Gabriela Lupu at Cooking Without Limits
  13. Eating in Vietnam. Also, a Travel Companion.

    “Vietnamese food must always have balance. There is bitterness, there is sourness, there is the pain from heat, but there is also sweet. This is the goal of Vietnamese food: to have all the emotions of life in one bite.” Antonio Perez describes his culinary adventures in Vietnam with vivid, sensory details.

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  14. Party Hardy

    At lifestyle blog Party Hardy, Los Angeles-based blogger Courtney Hardy celebrates the many things in life that she’s passionate about: fashion, food, travel, crafts, beauty, and more.

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  15. Edible Arts and Crafts: Five Festive Party Treats from Glü

    Explore the edible arts and crafts projects at Glü.

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    Strawberry rhubarb pie by Glü