7 Food Blog Links We Love

May 31, 2013

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This week was all about light, spring dishes -- salads, edible flowers, wholesome muffins. Perhaps everyone was recovering from an indulgent Memorial Day celebration, but since it's the weekend, we say, bring on the cake. It's all about balance, right?


  • Everything you wanted to know about edible flowers. (101 Cookbooks.)
  • Speaking of edible plants, Mimi fries freshly-picked acacia flowers in beer batter for a crunchy, sweet treat. (Manger.)
  • Even if it isn't anybody's birthday today, make this chocolate cake. You deserve it. (Not Without Salt.)


  • But if you want cake for breakfast, this lemon buttermilk bundt should do the trick. (Shutterbean.)
  • Joanna swears that these are the best (cheesy) biscuits you'll ever have. (A Cup of Jo.)
  • Did you know you're only two ingredients away from maple hazelnut butter? (Vintage Mixer.)

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

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Photos on top by (clockwise) 101 Cookbooks, MangerNot Without Salt, The Wednesday Chef

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) Shutterbean, A Cup of Jo, Vintage Mixer, Not Without Salt

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foodphotographer June 8, 2013
Absolutely fantastic article, enjoyed reading about the cake a lot! I'd like to invite you to check out my blog on food photography at where I take my viewers behind the scenes and the rest of the site showcases some of my best food photography images.
Komal June 2, 2013
those cheese biscuits, or scones as we British call them, look great! Not sure about the serving suggestion of accompanying jam or honey though..
Regine May 31, 2013
You should check out This is my favorite food blog.
boulangere June 1, 2013
Thank you for the link; it's beautiful and I look forward to exploring it.