Tuesday, October 6, 2009

One Reason Life is Delightful...


... is the amount of inspiring things on the internet. However, if you are a late-nighter like me, you may find yourself in the people-in-old-times-would-laugh-at-you-if-you-called-this-a-predicament predicament of reading the most delicious blogs when it is no time for being hungry or baking.

So without further ado:

The Top Six Food Blogs Not to Visit when You're Feeling Munchy at Midnight:*

1. Pâtisserie Natalie - Photos that will make your mouth water. And you'll wonder why, oh why you don't have this girl as your best friend/next door neighbor.

2. Simmer Till Done - Not only is this blog a deliciously fun and hilarious read, her recipes are amazing. I've never actually attempted any of her recipes but I can just tell.

4. Chaos in the Kitchen - For those of you who have less of a sweet tooth and prefer to not long for sumptuous, savory meals, do not look at this blog. You can practically smell the food cooking. And it smells gooooood.

5. Mostly Eating - This one may seem like it'd be less tempting as it's healthy and good for the environment. But don't let that fool you - the food is completely crave-worthy.

6. Tea & Cookies - Beautiful writing, beautiful photography. She can make purslane look like the food of the gods.

Extra Credit: Foodzie (not a blog) - I have yet to purchase anything from here but, really, a site that sells specialty food from everywhere? Really? Was that necessary?

*Click on title to visit blogs. If you're certain you're prepared for the consequences...


  1. Oh Lord! I don't need to go visit any of those blogs!!

  2. Thanks for the shout out--very kind of you! Looking forward to checking out some of the others you mentioned that are new to me. But I'll make sure not to do it on an empty stomach:-)

  3. Emma, thank you for the sweet words and for highlighting other wonderful, (worthy!)blogs. Your site is lovely.

  4. Aaah, thanks Emma!

    I'm familiar with Tea's lovely thoughtful blog but I'm looking forward to taking a look at the others which are all new to me.

  5. Emma, don't tempt me like that! I don't know which is worse: looking at these blogs without a kitchen to imitate the recipes or to have the temptation readily accessible... I think I heard a song about that once...

    Delicious post in any case. Thank you for sharing!


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