8 Food Blog Links We Love

March 26, 2016

Bloggers have been out and about, sharing stories from their travels and bringing back recipes that deserve your attention.

  • This beetroot curry and kale mallung is just as colorful of a dish as this blogger's technicolor trip to Sri Lanka. (My New Roots)
  • And these hot tamales made a trip down the Mississippi Delta even better. (Chocolate + Marrow)
Photo by Broma Bakery
Photo by O & O Eats
  • Maple season and an excursion to Quebec inspired this fresh maple honeycomb ice cream. (Broma Bakery)
  • Travels in China and a nod to a Chinese upbringing inspired this post for paper-wrapped sponge cake. (O&O Eats)
  • No recipe here, but a blogger's guide to eating, adventuring, and food styling in Australia. (Tending the Table)
  • Similarly, this post covers a chilly visit out and about in the Windy City. (I Am a Food Blog)
  • Here is the super flavorful chicken-and-apple salad that sustained one blogger pre-L.A. frolic. (Two Red Bowls)
  • And the recipe for baked Sichuan-ginger meatballs that made this blogger's homecoming from Shanghai all the more worthwhile. (The Crepes of Wrath)

What noteworthy foods have you come across in your travels? What have you been inspired to cook at home? Let us know in the comments!

See what other Food52 readers are saying.

  • Joy Huang | The Cooking of Joy
    Joy Huang | The Cooking of Joy
  • Fernando @ Eating With Your Hands
    Fernando @ Eating With Your Hands
  • Sarah E Daniels
    Sarah E Daniels
Sarah E Daniels

Written by: Sarah E Daniels

It's mostly a matter of yeast.


Joy H. March 26, 2016
I discovered a pulled pork on crispy banana bread sandwich when I was on St. John last month. It was literally one of the best sandwiches I had ever had. Finally had the time to try to recreate it:
Sarah E. March 27, 2016
That actually sounds like a great idea! Sort of like a riff on pork and plantains. Thanks for sharing!
Fernando @. March 26, 2016
Every time I go to Barcelona, Spain I always get inspired to try my hands at some Catalan/Spanish dishes.

My last croquette recipe: