A Few New (To Us) Food Blogs of Note

I don’t know about all of you, but I find the food blogosphere just a little intimidating due to its sheer size. There are so many great cooks, writers and photographers out there who are documenting what they make and eat and sharing it with all of us. It’s inspiring, appetizing and a little overwhelming. So, first of all, I’d like to thank you all for reading our food blog. Second of all, I wanted to share with you two new food blogs and one new-to-me food blog that I really like and hope you will too!

Eating the Beats “A Music Junkie’s Guide to Cooking”

Bur Oak Winter Soup on Eating the Beats

Laura brings together her love of music, writing and cooking on this new blog. Each recipe is themed to a song and many entries have their own play list!

Learning As I Chop

Olive Oil Cake on Learning As I Chop

R. writes a lovely Brooklyn-based food blog that’s all about culinary experimentation and sharing the process with her readers.

Do You Doux

Sucettes de Chevre on Do You Doux (a very creative idea for an appetizer!)

A lovely, brand new food and home design blog from Paris brought to you by some of my favorite French bloggers. The recipes are in French, but many are simple enough you can follow along with a dictionary if vous ne parlez pas francais, or you can visit just for the stunning pictures and clean layout.

About 2cooksinthekitchen

Two cooks, one from Bushwick and a passionate meat-eater, one from Sunset Park and a former vegan, and both NYC transplants, set out to share original recipes that can be made dairy free and vegan deserts; showcase culinary resources in the outer boroughs (and sometimes Manhattan) where one can find unique, specific and fairly priced ingredients; and participate wholeheartedly in the many cultures of cooking and eating that make up New York City.
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1 Response to A Few New (To Us) Food Blogs of Note

  1. Crazy Eddie says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed all three of those blogs. Thanks for sharing. I agree with you that the food blogosphere is just so huge! There’s just not enough time to see it all.

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