Hands Down: The Best Food Blogs on the Internet Right Now

Best Food Blogs — Half Baked Harvest
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We've all been stuck at the office at night, growing increasingly hungry, with no idea of what to cook and only a little time for food shopping on the way home. No matter how much we love browsing through cookbooks for new recipes to try, it's always handy to have a set of trusted blogs in our bookmarks to quickly browse when food shopping on the go. After all, nothing is more disappointing than stumbling upon a random recipe after an intensive Google search, only to realize that it looked better than it tasted. Not with these blogs.

We decided to round up the best food blogs so you don't have to resort to ordering pizza when running short on time. Are you in the mood for something healthy? Are you craving a big bowl of cheesy pasta? Maybe you're vegetarian. Whatever your taste bud leanings and culinary skills, we have a website for you. Ahead, five food bloggers that will never disappoint and always delight.


Best Food Blogs — EyeSwoon
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Athena Calderone knows a thing or two about delicious food and even more delicious-looking presentation. With a cookbook under her belt and a food and lifestyle blog that blends elevated living with achievable, health-conscious food, it's no wonder the stylish home chef is one of our go-to's for recipe inspiration.

Feeling hungry? Try EyeSwoon's scrambled eggs with crème fraîche and herbs.

H&M Washed Linen Napkin
H&M Washed Linen Napkin $6

What's Cooking Good Looking

Best Food Blogs — What's Cooking Good Looking
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We first discovered Jodi Moreno through a collaboration she did with EyeSwoon, and we've been smitten ever since. The trained natural-foods chef has a knack for making wholesome dishes as appetizing as a greasy burger (actually, even more). If you want to push your culinary capabilities with beautiful and health-conscious recipes, Moreno is your girl.

Feeling hungry? Try What's Cooking Good Looking's squash blossom and pesto socca pizza.

Williams Sonoma Vintage Enameled Pizza Wheel
Williams Sonoma Vintage Enameled Pizza Wheel $30 $23

From the Kitchen

Best Food Blogs — From the Kitchen
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From the Kitchen is a beautiful New Zealand–based food blog by photographer, writer, and mom, Sarah Tuck. Season after season, she brings us the best comfort foods, from cauliflower gnocchi gratin to rhubarb and strawberry vanilla tarts. The only caveat? Her seasons are inverted, so you might have to dig a little deeper to find the perfect late-summer dish.

Feeling hungry? Try From the Kitchen's old-school tomato soup with cheese, olive, onion, and rosemary toasties.

The Food52 Vintage Shop Vintage Iced Tea Spoons
The Food52 Vintage Shop Vintage Iced Tea Spoons $42

The First Mess

Best Food Blogs — The First Mess
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Vegetarians and vegans will love The First Mess, a plant-based food blog by Canada-based Laura Wright. With an eponymous cookbook released in 2017, Wright has no shortage of inventive vegan recipes, from vegan BLT salad with coconut bacon to vegan sloppy janes.

Feeling hungry? Try The First Mess's summer veg and tofu skewers with blueberry barbecue sauce.

Grapevine Forge Hand-Forged Skewers
Grapevine Forge Hand-Forged Skewers $44

Half Baked Harvest

Best Food Blogs — Half Baked Harvest
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As the name would suggest, Half Baked Harvest is the place to indulge in all your wildest food cravings. Founded by a young Tieghan Gerard in 2012 when she was only 19, the blog has amassed an impressive 794K followers on Instagram since its inception. From zucchini mac and cheese with everything bagel chip crumbs to brown butter lobster with kale pesto polenta and cherry tomato bacon pan sauce, Gerard has branded herself with a signature no-holds-barred approach to cooking.

Feeling hungry? Try Half Baked Harvest's raspberry ginger stone fruit galette.

Le Creuset Heritage Pie Dish
Le Creuset Heritage Pie Dish $50

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