Required Reading

Naomi’s Killer Key Lime Pie

There are so many food blogs out there, it’s hard to know where to look for good content. You want interesting writing, beautiful photography and recipes that work. Let us direct you to a few that are worth checking out. This list represents just a few of the best blogs out there right now. Tell us your favourites in the comments section and help add to the list.

The Gluttonous Vegan Welsh beauty, Naomi Rose, has a blog that will seduce even the wildest carnivore. Her writing, photography and recipes are all top notch. You quickly forget that this site is about vegan food and realize that it’s just about food plain and simple.

Charcuterie Sundays Black Hoof chef/owner Grant van Gameren must not be busy enough running two of the most popular dining destinations in Toronto, so he fills his spare time with updates on all things meat. Excellent writing giving an inside look into the back of the house.

The Cutting Veg while not as lovely to look at, the message and the content are worth checking out. This guy is obsessed with local garlic, after you read about it you will be too.

Nate’s Plate Nathan Rogers takes us inside the world of 9-5 office workers and introduces us to his co-workers, Russ – the well fed married guy, and the hilarious Jodi (who has her own non-food blog). It’s all about eating lunch at your desk, taking meetings and using workshop as a verb.

The Locavore A really good writer can take a subject that’s close to becoming a beaten dead horse and give it a kiss of life. Sarah Elton’s blog should be required reading for everyone who feels the need to eat food.

Put A Fork In It Kristina Groeger is a professional cook who keeps a funny blog filled with great recipes and wacky photos. Kristina is also a great SEO reseller with exceptional skills in facilitating the growth of client sites so they can cook you up a fine beef wellington aswell as site ranking!

Family Fresh Cooking Simply a beautiful site. Stunning.

the Black Hoof crew hard at work prepping for their Haitian Earthquake fundraiser

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