New Food Blogs appear daily, with many disappearing after just a few months. Sometimes it's a lack of ongoing interest and sometimes, when feedback is thin or nonexistent, it's because it's just too lonely out there. Here are a handful of new blogs worth watching, all less than 6 months old. Leave them some feedback, people!
Let's Eat! in Madrid reports her culinary adventures.
Blood Sugar shares a passion for food and photography from Lincolnshire and struggles with "the ravages of youth."
Altered Plates (love the name!) overcomes dietary restrictions (no beef, fowl, pork, game, chocolate, high glycemic sweeteners or sweeteners based on sugar alcohols) with great-looking recipes.
Hot Potato is self-described as "a twenty-two year old pescetarian-mostly-vegetarian homecook, aspiring lazy no-goodnik, and wannabe Anthony Bourdain. Only without the drug use, professional experience, or offal ingestion." Terrific readable narrative, too!
Green Olive Media reports various foodie events with beautifully composed photos.
The Great American Cooking Project is "a time-traveling year in the American kitchen. It’s a quest for our edible beginnings and our drinkable histories. It’s a tour of food that fuels, comforts, seduces, and impresses – and then goes the way of the sparkling gelatin salad."
Last but not least, all of the above are members of Serious Eats.