8 Food Blog Links We Love

January 10, 2014

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Allow us to state the obvious: It's cold out there. So cold, in fact, that you're probably having trouble mustering the will to pull out your juicers and prep your resolution-friendly raw kale salads. If you find yourself dreaming about pot pie, Monte Cristo sandwiches, and beef chili, you're not alone -- weather like this calls for some serious comfort food. These links will warm you right up.

Hot Buttered Bourbon CiderParmesan Broth with Kale and White BeansCreme Brulee Monte CristoChicken and Vegetable Pot Pie

  • This hot buttered bourbon cider is the answer to all of winter's problems. (Local Milk.)
  • So is this Parmesan broth, with fortifying kale and white beans. (Smitten Kitchen.)
  • If crème brûlée and a Monte Cristo had a love child, it would be this (delicious) sandwich. (Lady and Pups.)
  • Chicken and vegetable pot pie is the ultimate comfort food. (Vintage Mixer.)

Dark Chocolate Beef ChiliBeef Shank RaguSweet & Sour ChickenPeanut Butter Blossoms

  • Nothing warms your home (and soul) quite like chili. (Two Red Bowls.)
  • Slow-braised beef shank ragù is the perfect antidote to this frigid weather. (Brooklyn Supper.)
  • When in doubt, revert back to childhood favorites, like these peanut butter blossoms. (Dinner was Delicious.)

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

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Photos on top by (clockwise) Local Milk, Smitten Kitchen, Lady and Pups, Vintage Mixer

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) Two Red Bowls, Brooklyn Supper, Big Girls Small Kitchen, Dinner was Delicious

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Catherine June 16, 2014
I personally have fed family, friends and myself on Eva's MyFrontBurner. We particularly love her international and cultural varieties, always fresh ideas and heartfelt memories and flavours! yum yum keep up the good work!
JessicaB January 16, 2014
Joy the Baker is one of our favorites! From our own site, if traffic is any indication then people's favorite recipe on our site is Martine's Cioppino:
Oh, and the foolproof brownies. Love the links you posted!
Ellen January 14, 2014
Check out Chef Sally Jane: She's got some great ideas!
Cookery M. January 12, 2014
Check out for a really, really good bowl of Texas chili from a kitchen in Northern Wisconsin.
bffoodie January 12, 2014
So many! I really love many of my fellow Boston Food Bloggers
Cynthia January 12, 2014 inspires heart, mind and appetite!
Monte M. January 12, 2014
My own is a never ending source of pleasure and pride...
mb January 12, 2014
Take a peek at this new blog:
Axel W. January 12, 2014
Greetings from jamaica, our small restaurant, in the middle of nowhere, just checking all the blogs, unr lucky, u can buy everything, not here, mostly all local, most inovative you have to be, axel, marblue
Hannah January 12, 2014
It's revert.... not revert back.
rachaelmr January 11, 2014
I've always love Smitten Kitchen, but I really liked popping in on Lady & Pups, Vintage Mixer and I have to say I think that Dinner was Delicious is now my favorite of all time...thanks!