Link Love

8 Food Blog Links We Love

By • August 23, 2013 • 4 Comments

We've scoured the web, found our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.

This week was all about outdoor dining and entertaining. Sure, you could head to a swanky rooftop bar this evening for happy hour, but why not throw your own? All you need is a pitcher (or two) of cocktails, some simple appetizers, and your favorite people to toast the end of the week. If you're looking for inspiration, just browse these links.

Ginger Mint LimeadeAlmond-Crisped PeachesStuffed Hatch ChilesHatch Chile Flour Tortillas

  • It’s Friday. You deserve this refreshing ginger mint limeade, with a splash of gin. (The Best Remedy.)
  • Sprinkle peaches with this almond crisp topping for a new take on a classic. (Smitten Kitchen.)
  • Make the most of hatch chile season by stuffing them with cheese. (Naturally Ella.)
  • Still have hatch chiles to use? These tortillas will take care of that. (Homesick Texan.)

Rose SangriaCranberry Almond GranolaCharred Corn SaladCreamy Corn Chowder

  • A light twist on classic sangria with rosé, strawberries and nectarines. (David Lebovitz.)
  • Feel like being the perfect hostess? Make granola for your guests to take home. (The Daily Muse.)
  • And, a different way to use corn. (Hint: it's a creamy chowder. Everyone will love it.) (The First Mess.)

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!

Photos on top by (clockwise) The Best Remedy, Smitten Kitchen, Naturally Ella, Homesick Texan

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) David Lebovitz, The Daily Muse, Dolly and Oatmeal, The First Mess

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Tags: food52 favorites, links we love, roundup, bloggers, happy hour

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12 months ago Tessa_StyleSweetCA

Great collection! Love seeing Naturally Ella on here this week. She helped redesign my website. So much talent!

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12 months ago LE BEC FIN

today I discovered 52er Savorthis's unusually handsome website and I really enjoyed her very ballsy approach to flavors and mixing food influences. Looking fprward to immersing myself in her archives.

Fig and Quince, another 52er, does another neat blog on Pari/Irani foods. Both have won various 52 recipe contets.

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12 months ago LP

Thank you for all of the great links !! i also love http://desertcandy.blogspot... for tasty middle eastern treats... The lamb - pistachio kebabs are amazing. Thanks!!

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12 months ago atal

Thank you so much for the suggestion and I may try cooking this one at home. - James Stuckey