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A look into our network of bloggers

Each week, we tap into our vibrant network of bloggers across the country to find the top restaurant news and reviews. Here are this week’s:

Cincinnati blog Wine Me Dine Me checked out Barrio Tequileria, the Northside’s newest taco joint just in time for Cinco de Mayo, and loved the grilled corn, guacamole, and a whole bunch of tacos, which were delicious if a bit messy to eat.

Culinary Connectors dropped into Denver’s newest sexy lounge, Epernay, and liked both the décor and cuisine: the food is healthy and sleek, with an Asian twist.

Pop Bop Shop paid a visit to the trendy Sinclair Kitchen in Boston, which has a Brooklyn vibe to it as well as a roof deck. Cocktails were solid, as were the roasted beets with goat cheese appetizer, kale salad, polenta fries, Brussels sprouts, and desserts.

Over in Dallas, Foodbitch went wild over the new ice cream tacos at Pokey O’s. They come pre-made, but you can also customize your own. Peanut butter with Oreos sounds good.


Here Are the Top 10 Recipes Our Fans Loved in 2019

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Carla Hall's Food Network Kitchen's Banana Pudding as seen on Food Network

Photo by: Felicia Perretti

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It took almost no time at all for Carla Hall’s Banana Pudding with Vanilla Shortbread course to become one of the most-watched classes ever on the Food Network Kitchen app. One glance at the airy, Southern-inspired dessert and it’s easy to see why. Unlike other banana puddings, which use boxed pudding mixes and store-bought cookies, every part of Carla’s dreamy treat — from the luscious pudding to the buttery shortbread and pillowy meringue — is made from scratch.


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Potato gnocchi with a quick fondue

The gnocchi came out well, but the recipe wasn't particularly clear.

This was a multi-part recipe, consisting of the gnocchi themselves and then the sauce. And while there was a ‘quick tips’ video I found about how to make gnocchi, it ultimately wasn’t that helpful. (Frankly, the longer videos of gnocchi demonstrations that were clearly archival footage from in-person classes weren’t the best either. I found them too slow and tedious to be useful for making a meal.)

I wanted more detailed instructions in the recipe itself. Notes about the steps and what the texture of the dough should be would have been helpful. Simply saying “add more flour until the dough is the right consistency” wasn’t ideal for someone who had never made gnocchi before. So while my little potato bites turned out tasty, they were also a bit strange looking and the leftovers tended to fall apart while boiling.

That said, the sauce recipe was easy to follow and worked well every time. Put together, the results were incredibly rich and decadent. A suburb, delicious dinner—though one that takes a fair bit of time given the gnocchi.


The Doctor's Kitchen Recipes: 6 to Help You Nail a Healthy Week

Want in on the plate-before-pills maxim &ndash the idea that paying attention to what you eat now could pay off in months or years to come by helping you swerve some of the most common lifestyle-related health conditions? Then you need The Doctor's Kitchen recipes.

The name given by GP Dr Rupy Aujla to his gig writing and sharing recipes designed to help you to live your most vital and energised life, it's all about abundant, colourful dishes that will make you feel fantastic.

Dr Aujla's latest book, The Doctor&rsquos Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, does what it says on the tin &ndash it&rsquos packed full of dishes that can boost brain health, immunity and protect against cancer thanks to their high-achieving ingredients.

WH has picked an edit of six recipes from the collection below, to help you hit your healthy eating goals this week.

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&lsquoWe should all eat more sea vegetables. There are loads of varieties available, including kelp and dulse.

'Samphire grows on our coasts in the summer months and has an incredible micronutrient value &ndashyou can find it at the fishmonger, or in many supermarkets.&rsquo

FAT 38G | PROTEIN 37G | CARBS 18G

&bull50g milled flaxseed

&bull 2 tsp sweet paprika

&bull 1 tsp ground cumin

&bull 1 tsp cayenne pepper

&bull 1 tsp dried thyme

&bull 400g cod cheeks, cut into 5cm chunks (white fish fillets such as cod, hake and pollock also work if you can&rsquot find cod cheeks)

&bull 4 tbsp olive oil

&bull salt and pepper

&bull 150g new potatoes, quartered

&bull 100g samphire

&bull 200g rocket

&bull 50g pickled red cabbage

1 | Preheat the oven to 200°C and line a baking tray with baking parchment. Mix the flaxseed, spices and dried thyme in a bowl.

Coat the fish chunks with half of the oil, then thoroughly coat with the flaxseed mix, sprinkle with a little salt and pepper and lay them on the lined baking tray. Bake for 12 to 14 mins until golden and cooked through.

2 | Meanwhile, bring a pan of unsalted water to the boil, add the potatoes and parboil for 6 mins. Drain and set aside.

3 | Add the rest of the oil to a frying pan over a medium heat and add the potatoes (don&rsquot season &ndash the samphire is salty enough).

Sauté for a few mins until they form a light golden-brown crust.

4 | Toss the samphire in the pan with the potatoes for 1 to 2 mins to lightly cook, then plate up with the rocket.

Serve with pickled red cabbage, lemon wedges and the baked cod bites.

&lsquoI love a hearty, nutrient-dense breakfast that will keep me satisfied throughout the day.

'This is a collection of ingredients that will build up your good gut bacteria and reduce inflammation. The sight of it alone will improve your mood.'

SERVES 2 | CALS 646 | FAT 36G | PROTEIN 29G | CARBS 44G

INGREDIENTS
&bull 2 tbsp olive oil

&bull 200g chestnut mushrooms, thinly sliced

&bull 1&frasl2 tsp dried oregano

&bull 400g tin of butter beans, rinsed

&bull 2 tsp green pesto (fresh or shop-bought)

&bull 100g spinach, chopped or whole

&bull 2 tsp butter

&bull 2 tsp chopped tarragon leaves (chives or dill would also work)

&bull 4 eggs, beaten

&bull salt and pepper

&bull 2 slices of sourdough, toasted

&bull Marmite, for spreading (optional)

&bull 20g raw hazelnuts, lightly toasted and roughly chopped.

METHOD
1 |
Heat the olive oil in a saucepan over a high heat, add the mushrooms and oregano and sauté for 6 mins. Divide the mushrooms between two serving bowls.

2 | Put the butter beans and pesto into the empty pan and place back over a medium heat. Cook, gently stirring, for 4 to 5 mins to warm through the beans, then transfer to the serving bowls, keeping it separate from the mushrooms.

Put the spinach into the pan, turn off the heat, and cover for 1 to 2 mins until the leaves have wilted.

3 | Melt the butter in a small frying pan over a medium heat. Add the tarragon before the butter has a chance to brown and stir for 20 to 30 secs, then add the beaten eggs and stir continuously.

When the eggs are almost cooked, take the pan off the heat, then add to the serving bowl, along with the spinach, and season.

Serve with a slice of sourdough toast (spread with Marmite, if you like it) and scatter the toasted hazelnuts over the mushrooms.

'The large quantity of fresh herbs represents the concentrated sources of polyphenols known to fight inflammation they're a perfect balance for the heat and citrus in this delicious recipe.'

SERVES 2 | CALS 511 | FAT 28G | PROTEIN 21G | CARBS 47G

&bull 50g baby tomatoes, diced

&bull grated zest and juice of 1 lime

&bull 10g Thai basil leaves (or regular basil), roughly chopped

&bull 10g mint leaves, finely chopped

&bull 10g coriander leaves, finely chopped

&bull 10cm piece of rhubarb, finely diced

&bull 3 spring onions, trimmed and finely chopped

1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped

&bull 5cm piece of root ginger, peeled and grated

&bull 5cm piece of lemongrass (tender base only), very finely chopped

&bull 2 tsp palm sugar (or honey/maple syrup)

&bull 1 tsp fish sauce (or tamari if vegan)

1 | Mix all of the dressing ingredients together in a large bowl, or blitz them in a small food processor if you want the dressing to be smooth. Toss the baby tomatoes, lime zest and juice into the bowl of dressing.

Once combined, add the herbs, rhubarb and spring onions.

2 | Put the rice noodles in a saucepan of boiling water (off the heat) and cover for 5 mins (or cook according to the packet instructions). Drain, cool and toss through the salad.

3 | Heat the sesame oil in a small frying pan over a medium-low heat, add the tofu and brown it on both sides until crisp on the outside and soft within. Remove from the pan and slice into 3cm cubes.

4 | Toast the sesame seeds in a dry pan for 30 secs, scatter them over the salad with the fried tofu and serve.

'Rainbow chard is packed with vitamin K and magnesium - both of which are essential for bone health - as well as antioxidant-rich phytochemicals like betalain.

'The walnuts provide texture and a source of fats that improve absorption of the chard's vitamins.

-
SERVES 2 | CALS 288 | FAT 27G | PROTEIN 5G | CARBS 11G
-

INGREDIENTS

&bull 40g walnuts, whole or halved

&bull 1 red onion, halved and thinly sliced

&bull 200g Swiss chard, roughly sliced into 2cm strips, stems included

&bull 1 apricot, sliced into thin segments

&bull 2 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for drizzling

&bull salt and pepper

METHOD
1 |
Preheat the oven to 200°C. Toss all of the ingredients together in a large roasting dish with plenty of salt and pepper.

Bake for 18 to 20 mins until the chard has slightly crisped up, then remove from the oven and serve with an extra drizzle of oil if needed.

&lsquoDr Elizabeth Thompson is an incredible clinician who works at Bristol Medical School &ndash she made us this exquisite soup when we were teaching the UK&rsquos first culinary medicine course to medical students.

'This is the quickest dish in the book, best enjoyed on a hot day.&rsquo

SERVES 4 | CALS 103 | FAT 5G | PROTEIN 2G | CARBS 12G

1 cucumber, roughly chopped

&bull 6 tomatoes (heritage, if possible)

&bull 15g basil leaves

&bull 1 stick of celery, roughly chopped

&bull 1&frasl2 red pepper, roughly chopped

&bull 2 garlic cloves, grated

&bull juice of 1 lemon

&bull 1 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for drizzling

&bull 1 tbsp red wine vinegar &bull salt and pepper

1 | Place everything in a food processor and blitz until smooth, then season to taste.

Add some water to loosen the soup if needed, then divide it between bowls and drizzle some more oil on top to serve.

'Berries get lots of attention for being brain-productive - and with good reason.

'They're rich sources of polyphenols, including anti-inflammatory resveratrol and quercetin. The base of this dish has plenty of fibre - and flavour - from the nuts.

-

SERVES 4 | CALS 642 | FAT 52G | PROTEIN 13G | CARBS 42G
-

INGREDIENTS

&bull pinch of salt

&bull 300g raw hazelnuts, soaked in warm water for 10 mins, then drained

&bull 11&frasl2 tbsp coconut oil

&bull 200g ripe peaches, cut into 2cm slices

&bull2 tsp honey or maple syrup (optional)

&bull 5g thyme leaves, chopped

&bull 100g fresh berries (blueberries and raspberries work well)

&bull 10g shelled, unsalted pistachios, toasted and crushed

1 | Put the dates, salt and drained hazelnuts in a blender and blitz until you get a coarse mixture that sticks together when pressed.

Next, line a small baking tray (around 30cm by 42cm) and grease with 1&frasl2 tbsp coconut oil. Press the date crust into the tray to make an even layer about 1cm thick, and place in the fridge or freezer to set.

2 | Melt the remaining coconut oil in a pan over a medium heat and toss in the sliced peaches. Sauté for 4 to 5 mins until lightly coloured, then drizzle over the honey or maple syrup (if using) and scatter with the thyme before taking off the hob.

3 | Allow to cool slightly, then scatter the fruit on top of the chilled nutty crust, along with the fresh berries and pistachios. Slice to serve.


Does an authentic pirate recipe exist? It's a culinary treasure hunt

In a quest to cook an authentic pirate meal, the first step would be locating the turtle meat.

Sea turtle is well documented as a favorite of pirates who sailed the Caribbean during the so-called "golden age" of piracy — the era Tampa conjures during this weekend's annual Gasparilla festival.

Sailors then were quite desperate for fresh meat because livestock didn't last long aboard a ship, but 300-pound turtles plucked from tropical beaches would simply roam the deck until it was time for stew.

Sea turtles are endangered now, and thankfully off the menu everywhere except the Cayman Islands, the last place on earth they're eaten legally. A much smaller reptile, snapping turtle, would have to substitute.

Once a delicacy of American cuisine (George Washington dined on turtle during a tearful farewell dinner with his officers after the war), snapping turtle has fallen out of favor over the last couple of decades, though nostalgic fans can be found in numbers discussing its flavor on the internet. So can the meat itself.

I settled on Exotic Meat Market for my needs after a conversation with owner and farmer Anshu Pathak, star of a viral Buzzfeed video in which he blissfully celebrates humane farming while sipping goat milk straight from an udder. His operation met my two requirements: The turtle was common snapping turtle, not the rarer alligator snapping turtle, and it was farmed, not taken from wild habitat.

Pathak hung up the phone to go "deal with a water buffalo." I clicked "order" on a pound of turtle meat.

Setting out in search of a pirate recipe yields two immediate results. The first is novelty cookbooks (think crossbones on cupcakes). The second is salmagundi, a highly seasoned hodgepodge of meats, pickled veggies and fruits. It's what Bartholomew "Black Bart" Roberts was eating for breakfast when the British ship that ultimately killed him surprised his hungover crew off the coast of Africa in 1722.

I'd found the salmagundi recipe that included the turtle on National Geographic's website, which said it was from 1712. Another site noted that this same recipe was from a tavern in Port Royal, the Jamaican town of legendary pirate debauchery.

"They would buy a pipe of wine, place it in the street and oblige everyone that passed to drink," Charles Leslie wrote in a history of Jamaica published in the mid-1700s. It sounded like the right place to produce a dish fit for a Gasparilla party.

The full recipe: "Chop into small chunks turtle meat, chicken, pork, beef, ham, pigeons and fish. Marinate with spiced wine and roast. Add the meats to boiled chopped cabbage, anchovies, pickled herring, mango, hard-boiled eggs, palm-hearts, onions, olives and grapes. Add pickled chopped vegetables and garlic, chili pepper, mustard, salt and pepper, and serve in a mound upon a large dish."

I set out with plans to re-create it exactly, but the pigeon proved a rarity at local butchers. When I asked for "pigeon meat" at Coquina Meat Market in St. Petersburg, Maher Albarghuthi offered up a can of pigeon peas. When I clarified, he said, sadly, no, then wistfully recounted his days raising "delicious" pigeons "back in Jerusalem." Eating them, he assured me, was proven to boost a man's sexual performance.

The next frustrating ingredient was the "spiced wine," as different historians offered varying descriptions. Did I mix Madeira with cloves, or add ginger to a bottle of Trader Joe's "two buck chuck"?

And then came the real letdown: The Port Royal "recipe" didn't check out. Kelsey Brow, a food historian and curator at King Manor Museum, said the wording was all wrong for the era, and further research showed it was in reality just a general description from Douglas Botting's 1978 book Seafarers: The Pirates. It may have been pirate-ish, but it wasn't the ancient word-for-word instructions from some salty pirate cook I'd hoped for. An accurate pirate meal began to seem lost to time.

So what did pirates actually eat? At sea, typical British sailor provisions that wouldn't spoil, such as salted beef so hard they'd carve buttons from it, and equally indestructible hard tack biscuits, which could break a tooth if not softened in liquid.

"You come across stories of knocking those biscuits on the table to knock the bugs out," said Laura Sook Duncombe, author of the upcoming Pirate Women: The Princesses, Prostitutes and Privateers Who Ruled the Seven Seas. "Then they ate the bugs for protein."

Henry Morgan's crew ate their leather shoes and bags to avoid starvation.

Beyond that, we don't know all that much. When pirates stopped at a port, they might get some fresh chicken, goat, fruit or vegetables, but mostly they were game for "whatever was available whenever they could get it," said Kevin P. McDonald, history professor at Loyola Marymount University. "I haven't seen accounts of pigeons exactly, but they certainly wouldn't have been averse to eating any bird they could catch. They weren't picky."

He said the mangoes in my questionable salmagundi recipe would be accurate, for fighting scurvy, the pickled herring and veggies made sense to the time, and that boiled eggs were common. The varied salmagundi recipes that did appear in English cookbooks from the era also show that the dish rarely used the same ingredients anyway, but was more just a big salad of whatever was available, and ended up getting all mixed together on the plate.

The odds and ends of what you could get your hands on. Thrown together. It made sense as a pirate meal after all.

The red-meat turtle, marinated in Zinfadel with garlic, cloves and thyme, came out of the oven looking more like spare ribs but tasting like faintly fishy chicken. It was chewy, but not bad. The pigeon, or squab, as the meat is called, fried whole and plucked with tongs from a plastic bin on the checkout counter at the Dong A Grocery in St. Petersburg, was $2.50 a bird and much better than the turtle, with dark, tender meat like duck.

When those meats, plus roasted chicken, mingled together on a plate with pickled carrots, hearts of palm, anchovy, mango and grapes, the flavor was intensely sweet and salty. It was an unusual mix, but enjoyable. And it felt rugged to eat. With my hands.

And if you really want to eat like a pirate, don't forget to share.

"A pirate ship was in many ways a very egalitarian place," Duncombe said. "Everyone got an equal share, from the lowest ranking to the captain. Many times pirates would capture a British navy ship, and the navy men would turn pirate without even being coerced. They were tired of getting starvation rations while the officers were well fed."


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25. Delicious Berlin Food Blog

Berlin, Germany About Blog Delicious dishes from the oven, the stove and the refrigerator - with recipes, of course. And if you want to know what is in Berlin at exciting locations is recommended, here comes at its expense. Everything tested and found for good - delicious. Blog delicious-berlin.de
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27. Fructopia

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28. AllesGerman Food & Drink

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29. Just like Oma | Quick German Recipes

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30. Germanfoods.org

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31. Ginger&Bread

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Best Thing We Ate This Week: Radicchio and Winter Squash Salad

We’re keeping our kitchens stocked with delicata and black futsu squash this winter.

I love cooking, but admittedly, I tend to get more excited about carby dishes (handmade ravioli) and meaty dishes (a glistening, crispy roast chicken) than I do about my veggies, which tend to be a quick, simple side dish—spinach or bok choy wilted in oil with garlic and salt, or maybe roasted Romanesco or Brussels sprouts.

Talking to a vegetable enthusiast, though, can really fuel one’s curiosity about local veggies. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of talking to Lane Selman, an agricultural researcher, OSU assistant professor, and founder of Portland nonprofit Culinary Breeding Network . The nonprofit brings together agricultural researchers, farmers, plant breeders, chefs, and everyday veggie consumers to gain feedback from one another on what traits are most desirable in order to breed a better crop.

Culinary Breeding Network’s annual winter event, the Winter Vegetable Sagra and Variety Showcase, is intended to breed (sorry!) excitement about local winter veggies. Shopping locally in the winter doesn’t mean your veggie crisper is limited to carrots, potatoes, and turnips.

In fact, there are tons of crops, many of them heirloom varieties, being grown in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest: radicchio, winter squash, garlic, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celeriac, cabbage, and purple sprouting broccoli. This year, Winter Vegetable Sagra’s fourth, the celebration is taking place virtually—for free—from now until March , with presenters and chefs talking about their favorite veg (and giving cooking demos!) on Culinary Breeding Network’s YouTube channel .

Inspired by the Winter Vegetable Sagra, on my most recent visit to the Hollywood Farmers Market I picked up a black futsu squash and a delicata squash on the recommendation of the folks at the Flying Coyote Farm stand, plus a head of radicchio and a couple shallots from Stoneboat Farms. A Google search for radicchio and squash led me to this New York Times recipe for a radicchio and roasted squash recipe with garlicky, lemony buttermilk dressing. I substituted tarragon for sage, scallions for shallots, chipotle for paprika, honey for maple syrup, pecans for pepitas, and left out the arugula entirely, making do with what was in my fridge and pantry. (Hey, we’re in a pandemic!)

The delicata squash caramelized and crisped around the edges, tasting something like a crunchy sweet potato—the ideal complement to the slightly bitter, crunchy radicchio. The zesty, creamy buttermilk dressing, which had a whole clove of raw garlic grated into it, tied together all the flavors and made the salad feel like a restaurant-quality indulgence (I may or may not have drunk the leftover dressing out of the bowl). I used run-of-the-mill grocery store garlic that I’ve been trying to get through for weeks, but I bet it’d be even better with one of the heirloom varieties from the farmers market.

I emailed Selman about my newfound excitement for PNW radicchio and winter squash, and in turn, she sent me another recipe to try from the Culinary Breeding Network: radicchio salad with paper-thin sliced raw black futsu squash, dressed with a punchy citronette made of anchovy, lemon, olive oil, garlic, and shallot, with a healthy grating of Pecorino over the top.

This is all to say that I’m officially now a PNW veggie nerd. I’ve texted all my friends about the wonders of black futsu, delicata squash, and radicchio, and now I’m spreading the word to all my readers. The Hollywood Farmers Market is now on its every-other-week winter schedule, so there won’t be another market until December 19—but the PSU market is still happening every Saturday, and there are tons of other good markets happening all over town. Eat your veggies!


1. Grub Street | New York Food and Restaurant Magazine

New York City, New York, United States About Blog Grub Street is a food blog by New York Magazine with restaurant reviews, chef interviews, restaurant-openings news and food-trend coverage. Frequency 9 posts / week Since Sep 2006 Also in Food Blogs, Restaurant Blogs, New York Blogs, Restaurant Review Blogs Blog grubstreet.com
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2. Total Food Service | Foodservice News • Industry Trends • Exclusive Interviews

Greenwich, Connecticut, United States About Blog Since 1990, Total Food Service has been serving the Metro New York foodservice industry, including restaurant operators, chefs, dealers, consultants, suppliers and distributors. Each month, we deliver the latest news, insights, and interviews focused exclusively for the world's largest food service and hospitality capital of the word, Metro New York. Frequency 9 posts / week Blog totalfood.com
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3. New York Street Food

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4. EatingNYC | Eating My Way Through NYC

New York, United States About Blog Alexa Mehraban is a born and raised New Yorker, a professional eater and the founder of @EatingNYC, a food-focused brand that covers restaurants, travel, fitness and luxury lifestyle around the world. Founded in 2014, @EatingNYC has quickly become one of the most influential digital brands in New York, boasting over 280,000 followers on Instagram alone. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Blog eating.nyc
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5. Eating In Translation | Fascinating food in New York and occasionally farther afield

New York, United States About Blog Dave Cook shares his adventures of trying food from all over the world that happens to be located in and around New York. Along with covering local restaurants in the city, Cook hits the road and makes day trips to Jersey City or Port Chester to attend fairs and festivals. The majority of the food is foreign and items he's never tried, and he always accepts tips on where to go and what to order. Cook's work has also appeared in the New York Times Dining. Frequency 1 post / day Since Jan 2005 Blog eatingintranslation.com
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6. The New York Times | Food

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7. Eater NY | New York Food Blog

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8. Food52 | New York Food & Recipes Blog

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9. Skinnytaste | Delicious Healthy Recipes Made with Real Food

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10. SAVEUR | Recipes, Food Travel, How to Cook and Eat the World

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11. Smitten Kitchen | Fearless cooking. Recipes that work.

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13. Alexandra's Kitchen | A food blog with mostly simple, sometimes fussy, always seasonal recipes.

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14. Gluten-Free on a Shoestring | Making gluten free food enjoyable and affordable!

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15. The Full Helping | Vegan Recipes | Made to Nourish

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16. Organize Yourself Skinny Blog

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17. Food Heaven Made Easy

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18. Grumpy's Honey Bunch

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19. Joanne Eats Well With Others | Mostly Ridiculous Always Delicious

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20. Tracy Kaler's | New York Food Blog

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21. Food of NY

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22. Chopsticks and Marrow

New York City, New York, United States About Blog New York City food adventures with Joe DiStefano Frequency 5 posts / quarter Since Jan 2013 Blog chopsticksandmarrow.com
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23. Hungry Blonde

New York, United States About Blog Gracie Gordon is the blonde behind Hungry Blonde: a food and lifestyle blog that shows the balance between healthy living and indulging in everything New York City (and beyond) has to offer. Frequency 3 posts / month Since Sep 2015 Blog hungry-blonde.com
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24. 1,000 low-calorie recipes

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25. The Skinny Pig | Where Gluttony is no longer a sin

New York City, New York, United States About Blog The Skinny Pig is a local NYC food blog born in 2008, covering recipes and restaurant reviews. Dara's recipes have been featured on Thrillist, thefeedfeed, Allrecipes, Chobani, FreshDirect, Coastal Living, and more. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jun 2008 Blog theskinnypignyc.com
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26. Food Lover Girl | New York City Food Blog

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27. Eat This NY

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28. Foodie in New York

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29. Dessert Correspondents

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30. Not Eating Out in New York | Consuming Les$, Eating More

Brooklyn, New York, United States About Blog Cathy Erway has become the local expert on saving money and eating in, despite being surrounded by some of the best restaurants in the world. Her blog features a collection of original recipes, tips and cooking events with an emphasis on sustainability and locally-sourced ingredients. Erway has a radio show, 'Let's Eat In' on Heritage Radio Network and wrote The Art of Eating In: How I learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove. Frequency 3 posts / year Since Jul 2006 Blog noteatingoutinny.com
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31. The Colorful Kitchen | Vegan & Gluten-Free Recipe Blog

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32. Restaurant Girl | Your guide to the perfect dish in New York & beyond!

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33. Queen B's | Keto Recipes, Gluten Free Goodies

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35. ​Goodie Goodie Gluten-Free

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36. Eating With Ziggy | New York City Food Blog

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38. Flirting with Flavors | Find your spice. ignite your sizzle!

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40. The Posh Latin Cook

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Bronx, New York, United States About Blog The Bronx Food Blog aims to spotlight the best dining destinations, introduce the tastemakers who are shaking things up in the kitchen, share the recipes worth trying, and bring you all the delicious headlines being made uptown. Since Feb 2015 Blog bronxfoodblog.com
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45. Food and the City

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46. NYC Food Guy | NYC's Most Delicious & Affordable Food

New York City, New York, United States About Blog I'm Lawrence Weibman and I am the NYC Food Guy! Food and fun are my passions and telling great stories is my expertise. There's no one in the world of food with my ability to host, produce, direct, draw, cook, lead food tours, and make people laugh and have fun with food! I'm an adventurous food TV show host for Thrillist.com and NYC TV, a sports food expert with many TV appearances to back that up, and an award winning food TV producer who has worked with big chefs, celebs and Michelle Obama. Since Nov 2007 Blog nycfoodguy.com
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47. FUSSYlittleBLOG

Albany, New York, United States About Blog I used to live in a town that was all about food. Then I moved to a town far far away. If I can show people what good food is, in all of its forms. If I can point out why some fancier things are overrated. If I can demonstrate that great food doesn't need to be expensive. Since May 2009 Blog fussylittleblog.com
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48. Food Curated

New York City, New York, United States About Blog 'All good food has a story. We tell it. On video.' Food. Curated. believes in stories. We believe in the people & passion behind good food. We document these inspiring food artisans and make videos to help them get discovered. Since Jul 2009 Blog foodcurated.com
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