8 Food Blog Links We Love

January  2, 2016

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.

Today: Delicious bubbles and bites to ring help you ring in 2016. 



  • A wintry and juniper-tinged spritzer to brighten the cold January nights. (Tending the Table
  • There's nothing better than ice cream, even in the winter—except for ice cream-cookie sandwiches. (My New Roots
  • Another one for the challenge recipes: a sunny rose cake with mousse frosting. (Hummingbird High
  • We are all about putting thyme in cocktails. Trust us, it's delicious. (A Daily Something

What are your favorite food blogs of 2015? Tell us in the comments below!

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Paula T. January 8, 2016
One of my favorite blogs in 2015 was Three Little Halves, love her stories and her photos. Well curated and thought-out
Jayme H. January 4, 2016
Thanks so much for the feature! I'm definitely drifting more toward green juices, since the holidays have past. New Year's resolutions can always start a little later, right? ;-)
M D. January 4, 2016
Smitten Kitchen all the way!!!!
Sasha S. January 4, 2016
Thank you for the feature!
Elizabeth A. January 3, 2016
I love the Minamalist Baker blog- great recipes that are gluten free, vegan and vegetarian !
Laura B. January 2, 2016
how about the award winning My Name Is Yeh?
Anne M. January 2, 2016
Guys, as great as these recipes always are, it seems like more and more often these roundups skew totally sweet, or toward desserts and drinks--which, while fun, don't get dinner on my table for my house, which is fundamentally the core of my relationship with food. I love these roundups for their inspirations, but inspiration outside of what's possible or feasible is ultimately frustrating, sometimes. Could we have a bit more balance in the new year? Thanks!
Kelsey T. January 2, 2016
Thanks so much for featuring Appeasing a Food Geek! :)