Blog Links UK
or interesting links to food related sites
The Blogs have been listed alphabetically. If you know
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Brit's Dish a Day
On asking my mother why she never taught me to cook, I was
met with a blank "Well darling, you just weren't interested".
How things have changed.
This is a blog dedicated to my two passions growing my own
organic vegetables at my allotment; and then cooking these
fresh versatile vegetables into delicious platefuls of food
inspired by the many diverse ethnic world cuisines. And
when I am not growing my own, I try my utmost to cook with
the seasons, but do not always succeed.
Britain with a Paunch
A collection of culinary discoveries, restaurant reviews,
cool cooking books and anything else that can satiate your
"Many's the long night I've dreamed of cheese - toasted,
mostly." Ben Gunn, Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson)
Everything you've always wanted to know about cooking, but
were too afraid to ask
We live in South West London, we like food and taking photos
Goddess in Training
Bright, blue-eyed, 20-something and domestic goddess . .
. in training. With the dessert-loving, generous portion
control of Nigella plus the ethics of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
Lives in rural Derbyshire with Hubby, who idolises Hugh,
in a tiny cottage with an even smaller garden.
like a girl
Eat like a girl is primarily a space to rant and to store
and share my recipes with associated photos.
Gastronomic trial and error in Essex and London. (Despite
the credit crunch)
Andrew Webb is a freelance food journalist and photographer
whos worked for Channel 4 and the BBC. He combines
a friendly nature and gentleman amateur approach
with an inquisitive mind and natural story telling ability,
no matter what the medium.
A little bit about food, a little bit about life, and a
little bit more about food.
For the love of food: cooking it, looking at it, smelling
it, even listening to it and above all tasting it . . .
I am a London-based blogger aiming to bring you recipes,
restaurant reviews, travel tales and all things food-related.
like to cook and eat. A lot. In London. I do not diet.
The trials and tribulations of a keen cook, food lover and
Recipes, cooking tips, reviews, gadget tips and other rants
and raves. Cookery with attitude at times!
Cook to Chef
Trainee Chef attending Gordon Ramsays Culinary School Tante
Marie . . . Lets get cooking!
I love to cook with seasonal fresh and sometimes wild ingredients
from my escapes to the countryside.
A London and travel food blog: the culinary adventures of
a girl who lives to eat
As Grethic I am someone who tries to be both green and ethical.
The Grethicia is a space to expand my thoughts and add detail
to my Twitterings. Strangely on Twitter I am known as Farctum,
on Blip I am Placus and in life Vivia ~ confused? Welcome
to my world . . .
- a world A - Z of London Meals
So here's the rub, London is arguably the most multicultural
city in the world. Amongst it's 7 million inhabitants there
are communities representing well over 100 different countries
and speaking around 300 different languages. What fascinates
me most is the food that centuries of migration have brought
the Capital . . .
I love to cook good food and enjoy the challenge of using
new recipes. I seem to have a baking tin and cookery book
addiction but I am happy with this and I will not be needing
For people who care about their food
A blog on anything and everything related to food and cooking.
My name is Rhi and I live in Cardiff. One of my great passions
is food, cooking and eating. I thought it would be fun to
write a blog about food that inspires me, the things I have
been cooking and the restaurats I have eaten at.
Salad club was founded by Rosie French and Ellie Grace and
started life as a weekly supper and a catch up at one anothers
houses close by in Brixton. These ad hoc meals have since
taken on a life of their own, jokingly referred to as Salad
Club and fuelled by a dose of healthy competition
as each week the ingredients and combinations become more
intricate and accomplished.
Welcome to my blog. Hopefully this will be an interesting
and sometimes amusing diary of the food I like to cook and
eat, plus other food related snippets.
Ordinary Chef AKA Mike Lok
I started this blog back in August 2006 as "The Chinese
Elvis", in April 2009 I renamed this blog "The
Ordinary Chef", nothing changed apart from the name,
it's still an open and honest blog about me, my food, my
family and my friends.
knife and fork . . .
A random set of thoughts mostly about food as seen by someone
who (just maybe) spends a little bit too much time thinking
about what their next meal will be
been told that you have to be on Facebook if you are anyone
Hub-UK now has a Facebook page. . . not sure whether it is a
good idea or not. Perhaps you can surprise us by taking a look,
leaving a comment or two and clicking on the Like button.