17 Best Food Blogs that I'd Love to Read

  17 Best Food Blogs that I'd Love to Read


How did we ever manage to cook before the arrival of the internet? I suppose we had to rely on cookbooks, cooking tv shows, and knowledge handed down from our grandmothers. Of course, the more daring would experiment in the kitchen, remembering the successes, and mercifully forgetting any culinary disasters.


Nowadays, we have a multitude of food blogs offering mouth-watering recipes, suggestions, and vivid photography, sending us straight to the kitchen or the supermarket. There are hundreds of food blogs to tempt your taste buds.

17 Best Food Blogs to Sate your Hunger in 2022:

1. The Amateur Gourmet

The Amateur Gourmet has been around for nearly a decade, sharing creative recipes for everyday home cooks. His love of food and cooking started in 2007 as he spent his days as a mortgage broker, finding solace in the kitchen. His blog is now an award-winning site with over two million unique hits each month.

2. David Lebovitz

Lebovitz is the author of four cookbooks and the blogger behind My Paris Kitchen and The Sweet Life in Paris. For eight years he wrote about his adventures abroad, including his return to Paris where he lived for several years as a young cook under legendary chef Joël Robuchon.

3. The Kitchn

Cathy Erway and Jaden Hair started the popular blog, TheKitchn in 2006. Their vision was to be a community where food lovers could gather and share ideas about cooking, shopping, entertaining and living. Nowadays they have contributors from all over the world, who write about restaurants, baking bread, entertaining children at home, and more.

4. Smitten Kitchen

Deb Perelman started her blog in 2006 as a way to share recipes for her friends and family in the New York area. As of 2015 her site has close to seven million visits per month. She's well known for her tips on making healthy meals, and creating delicious dishes using simple, seasonal ingredients.

5. The Homesick Texan

In 1999 Luke Lea began writing about home cooking in Texas that he missed after having moved to Seattle. Readers loved his recipes and stories so much that he decided to start a blog in 2003. It became a hit with foodies, who loved his recipes and his charismatic writing style. His book, The Homesick Texan won the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Cookbook: Southern in 2011. He now has over 1 million unique views per month on his website from all over the world.

6.Cooking Goals

The blog, Cooking Goals by Eva, is all about helping people enjoy more flavourful meals. She started blogging in 2008 to document her experiments with cooking and eating. Her background is in the health and fitness world and she's always interested in food that is low-fat, healthy, delicious and nutritious.

7. 101 Cookbooks

The founders of this website, Heidi Swanson and Melissa Hamilton designed the blog to be a place where they could document their favorite recipes. They wanted to share interesting food with friends and family but missed having a personal cookbook to consult for inspiration. Their simple approach to food led them to begin publishing books on cooking techniques for home cooks who aren't professional chefs or food stylists.