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  1. What Do the Web’s Top Food Blogs Have in Common? They’re on WordPress.

    These 13 WordPress food blogs are among the finalists in this year’s Saveur Blog Awards.

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    Photo by Jer Chung
  2. Intifooda: Rediscovering Palestinian Cuisine

    Saveur Blog Award finalist Intifooda is a recipe blog by two friends — Rasha S and Rasha K — dedicated to archiving and preserving traditional Palestinian cuisine.

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  3. Thursday Night Pizza

    “It’s amazing how a circle of fresh-made dough can open your mind to endless possibilities.” Peggy Paul Casella is a professional cookbook editor and recipe tester, food writer, and pizza blogger. On her website, explore recipes, essential pizza-making tips, and cooking videos.

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    Photo via Thursday Night Pizza
  4. The Beeroness

    Jackie Dodd is the creator of The Beeroness, an award-winning blog of beer-infused recipes that combines her love of food and good craft beer.

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  5. Hot Fudge Sundae Cake

    “It’s The Summer Cake to End All Summer Cakes; you might as well just swan dive in.” Looking for a delicious sweet treat? Deb Perelman’s Smitten Kitchen recipe for a hot fudge sundae cake will certainly satisfy your craving.

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  6. Green Kitchen Stories

    David and Luise’s Green Kitchen Stories offers healthy and modern vegetarian recipes for the entire family. Their food photography, personal posts, and travel tips are also worth the visit.

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  7. Naturally Ella

    Naturally Ella offers seasonal and vegetarian recipes, produce information, and a helpful guide to stock your pantry.

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  8. GastroGays

    Irish blogging duo Russell James Alford and Patrick Hanlon write (and podcast) about food and travel, with occasional forays into Eurovision Song Contest coverage.

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  9. National Pie Week: Pie-Off in Special Collections

    In celebration of National Pie Week, the staff of Special Collections at the University of St Andrews used recipes from antique cookbooks to make sweet and savory pies for a potluck pie-off.

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    Recipe for Venison Pasty from the Edwards family cookbook (c. 1800)
  10. The Cinnaman

    Majid Ali, aka the cinnaman, bakes up a storm of creative, flavorful cakes and confections inspired by the many cultures and influences of his hometown, Dubai.

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  11. Homemade Vanilla Extract: A DIY Gift Idea

    Homemade vanilla extract is a snap to make and a great DIY gift for the baker in your life. Quelcy shows you how at With The Grains.

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  12. foods before dudes

    Food and innovative art — can you think of a better combination? At foods before dudes, kara’s custom 3D models add a distinct visual spin to the recipes she shares.

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  13. Staying Home for the Holidays? You Can Still Eat Your Way Around the World

    Find inspiration in these Saveur Blog Awards-honored sites.

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    Ugandan eggrolls, from A Kitchen in Uganda
  14. Convivial Supper

    Erin O’Reilly is a lay antique cookbook hobbyist. At Convivial Supper, she shares fascinating and curious excerpts from cookbooks, cooking posters, and recipes in the public domain, printed prior to 1922.

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  15. Phyllo Pie With Fennel, Mushroom, Rice, and Leeks

    With Asli’s detailed photo instructions, you too can make a lovely phyllo pie with fennel, mushrooms, rice and leeks.

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