Have you seen this… food bloggers
We love food blogs as they merge two of our favourite things beautifully: lots of food and great photography. If we could we would be eating dishes as delectable as the ones below everyday but for now, while we hone our skills these are the best places for some international foodie inspiration. Warning – food blogs can be dangerous things though, researching this piece made us incredibly hungry!
Uhihi-na-mainich (Uhihi’s everyday) blog records all the beautiful foods that Uhihi cooks and the people she meets on her travels and outings around Japan. The travel photos are stunning and make us very jealous of her rather fabulous life, which seems to consist mainly of delicious food and exotic destinations.
Shokutaku-no-Kaze (Wind of dining table) - ‘I let a good wind blow over my dining table, covering the West and the East of the world.’ We love the delicate nature of these pictures, which perfectly reflects the style food that is featured on the blog.
Alessandra Scollo is a blogger mum passionate about food and healthy but tasty cooking. Her aim is to “share my experiences, but after some time I knew that I was writing about something more than just food. My blog is my soul’s mirror where I can express the hurricane that lies inside me”.
E-ting is written by Janice a blogger who really loves to write and eat and is fantastic at both of these activities. This is a great place for honest reviews of Hong Kong hidden gems, the hottest spots and tips on where to eat.
For more than 3 years, blogger Claudia has used her blog, Totally Veg!, to show everyone how yummy, diverse and interesting the vegan kitchen can be. Among classic Austrian specialties she also dabbles in exotic and sweet dishes – complemented by delicious-looking photos and a little humor.
Thanh is an Australian-born Vietnamese native, married to a Frenchman and living in Switzerland (saying that is a mouthful). Eat little bird details her reviewing of recipes and also features her food photography, which she is exceedingly passionate about and exceptionally talented at. We absolutely love her annotated recipe photos, so lovely!
Bake or Break call themselves an amateur bakers but we’re not so sure, the recipes on this site are stunning and everything looks totally scrumptious. The food photography here is simple and clean letting the baked goods speak for themselves.
Best Friends For Frosting is for those who like dessert first and have a love affair with all things sugary (we fall into this category)! It is an online website run by lifetime dessert enthusiast Melissa Johnson, with contributors including dessert bloggers, artists, bakery owners, event stylists, recipe developers, writers, photographers. It is an extensive blog that covers all you could want to know on desserts and has a pinterest account to die for (candy colours feature heavily!).