Baking Bites in the Best 50 Food Blogs in the World

Top 50 Food Blogs

The UK’s Times Online, which is the online version of The Times newspaper, ran a big article on the world of food blogging this week and included their picks for the 50 Best Food Blogs in the World – a list that included Baking Bites, along with many other wonderful sites. It’s an honor to be recognized, and I want to say congrats to the other bloggers and thanks to the readers who support this site and others by visiting, commenting and trying recipes at home!

I’m reprinting the entire list below, so if you have a few minutes (or hours, as the list is very long) to spare, browse through and maybe you’ll be able to add some new favorites to your blogroll.

Best 50 Food Blogs in the World

25. Baking Bites – homemade cookies, muffins and much more [can be found on this baking-focused food blog]

1. Orangette – elegant food writing and recipes from the simple to the delectable

2. Cannelle et Vanille – visually stunning site was started by Spanish pastry chef Aran Goyoaga to satisfy her career-break cravings

3. The Wednesday Chef – documenting the trawl through clippings of recipes from the New York and LA Times.

4. Delicious Days – Munich-based blog features the author’s own recipes, as well as adaptations from other cookbooks

5. David Lebovitz – witty food reportage by cookbook author and ex-pastry chef David Lebovitz, straight from the streets of Paris

6. Chez Pim – Pim’s daily doses of her recipes, restaurant reviews and authoritative all-round food commentary

7. Matt Bites – professional photographer’s charming and humorous site

8. Serious Eats – multi-contributor food website, started by New York Times journalist Ed Levine.

9. 101 Cookbooks – primarily a conduit for savory recipes, mostly vegetarian, and using natural foods

10. Smitten Kitchen – beautiful photography and creative recipes cooked in author Deb Perelman’s tiny New York kitchen

11. Chubby Hubby – everything you need to know about Asian food can be found on this Singaporean-based blog

12. Chocolate and Zucchini – Paris-based Clotilde Dusoulier’s blog full of Parisian gastronomic delights

13. Rambling Spoon – Asia correspondent for Gourmet magazine blogs about food around the world

14. The Pioneer Woman Cooks – Home-cooking and home-schooling from a real-life frontier-living cattle rancher

15. Dorie Greenspan – multi-cookbook author Dorie Greenspan talks pastry, Paris and all things bake-related.

16. Artisan Sweets – another blog for the sweet-toothed readers

17. Eating Asia – colorful blog with photos of everything from ageing street vendors to vibrant street markets from all over Asia.

18. Nordljus – written in both English and Japanese, the primary language of Nordljus is photography

19. The Kitchn – Part of the popular interiors blog Apartment Therapy, this site focuses on all things kitchen

20. Becks & Posh – expat Brit eating local, seasonal produce in sunny California

21. Simply Recipes – superb range of personal recipes

22. Sticky Rice – exotic street-food docu-drama in Hanoi

23. Souvlaki for the Soul – summery Byzantine bites from Sydney

24. Bitten: New York Times – news, views and recipes from the Big Apple’s kitchens

26. La Tartine Gourmande – gorgeous photos, scrummy food

27. Gluten Free Girl – wheat-free wonders and tips for celiacs

28. Steamy Kitchen – modern Asian cuisine by media savvy blogger

29. What’s for Lunch Honey – global menu from Germany

30. Cream Puffs in Venice – Italian influenced mainly sweet-toothed posts

31. Egg Beater – insightful look at the life of a London-based chef

32. Homesick Texan – a New Yorker recreates the much-missed cuisine of her Southern childhood

33. The Traveler’s Lunchbox – great writing served up with recipes

34. Joy the Baker – home-baked goodies from an LA-based twentysomething

35. Cook and Eat – striking photography and a smooth to move-about layout

36. Lucullian Delights – appetising Italian recipes from a Tuscan-based Swede

37. Café Fernando – Turkish delights from Istanbul

38. The Food Section – read all about food news

39. Use Real Butter – tales from an Asian foodie’s life in the Colorado Rockies

40. Tea and Cookies – charming stories accompany yummy recipes

41. Amateur Gourmet – funny writing with a useful “how to” section

42. Wild Yeast – all about bread

43. Tartelette – stunning photography and styling define this popular dessert blog

44. NYC Nosh – reviews of favorite old-school restaurants in New York

45. Not Eating Out in New York – records the rare pursuit of home-cooking in the city

46. Cooksister – South African recipes from a London-based expat

47. Artichoke: Best of British Food – well written seasonal food posts and events

48. Grab Your Fork – Sydney reviews and recipes including a useful restaurant finder

49. A Slice of Cherry Pie – home cooking from the Home Counties

50. The Bitten Word – a charming duo tackle recipes from vintage food magazines.

27 comments

  1. Congratulations! That’s awesome!

  2. Congrats!

  3. …like my Google Reader isn’t already full enough! Congrats, what an honor!!

  4. Congratulations! Looks like you are in awesome company.

  5. Congrats! A well deserved honor.

  6. As someone who visits your site regularly and never comments (yes, I’m guilty!),I could not pass up this opportunity to congratulate you. I visit many food blogs for recipe ideas, and I must say you are one of the most hardworking bloggers around, with recipes for the novice to the hard core baker. Keep up the excellent work, Nicole.

  7. Dear Nic,
    Congrats!!! I stumbled upon your blog while reading yumsugar and since then I have used alot of your recipes and with so much positive feedback from my friends….the zebra was a great hit!! I wish they also had Happy Home Baker on their list, she has the most awesome bread recipes ever.

  8. sorry meant Happy Home Baking

  9. Congratulations, although I’d put you higher in the list ;-)

  10. Congratulations! I know I am on your blog all the time referring back to recipes and looking for new ones! I have passed it along to a lot of my friends as well.

  11. NICOLE! one more feather in your cap and you’re going to need a bigger cap. congratulations; it couldn’t happen to a nicer and more helpful person.

  12. Yay for u!!! CONGRATS :):):):):):):)

  13. Congrats on this great news! I’ve been reading your blog for a couple years now although I’m really bad at commenting (sorry!), but wanted to take the opportunity to congratulate you. What wonderful news, although I’m not surprised, your blog is fun to read and love all your recipes. I emailed you a couple years ago about advice on starting a food blog (I still haven’t as I just got busy with work and my business etc) and you wrote me back and gave me a little advice…thanks again so much, it’s still a pipe dream and I may get around to starting one sooner or later.

    I look forward to reading more of your delicious creations, thanks for putting together such a great and fun-to-read blog!!!

  14. I saw that! That is awesome! I love your site!!!

  15. I followed your site for last 2 months now and i am sure will keep following in the future, you have got a very nice recipes site. Congratulation!

  16. Congratulations!!! You deserve the honor – I enjoy reading your blog and trying out your yummy and innovative recipes.

  17. Congratulations! You totally deserve to be the best baking blog out there – I never miss a recipe, and maybe have a hundred bookmarked to try :)

  18. congrats!
    i love this website, keep up the good work :)

  19. Great post and great article.

    Here is to great content on the web!

  20. I am so happy you are being recognized for your awesome site. You are my go-to for all things simple, baked, delicious.

    xoxo

  21. Hello. And Bye.

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