Blogs
I
Love

Here is a list of the blogs I love and regularly check out.

FOOD

Joy The Baker: Joy spreads sweet joy. Simple as that. That girl truly rocks!

Green Kitchen Stories: Awe-inspiring veggie food by a beautiful young Scandinavian couple

The First Mess: Beautiful vegetarian recipes

The Sweetest Brunch: My friend Jael’s brunch blog. Expect great German baking and plenty of yummy breakfast inspiration.

Bangkok Glutton: If you’re headed to Bangkok, my friend Chow’s blog is the place to stop by. She’s also written an amazing book about Bangkok street food.

From My Dining Table: my friend Skye’s blog is just too beautiful! Her photos will make your mouth water, while her flavour combinations are just utterly inspiring, A true gem.

Cook Your Dream: Food photographer Sarka’s blog is full of beautiful food and travel shots – expect to be hungry and longing to go travelling.

Poires au Chocolat: Beautiful baking blog by Cambridge-based Emma.

Salt and Smoked Food: I follow Chris on Instagram and I love his bold US flavours. His blog features some of his amazing recipes.

What’s For Lunch Honey: Germany-based Meeta’s lovely blog. She also regularly teaches food photography workshops, so keep an eye out for these if you want to attend such an event.

Stockfood: It may be a photo agency, but Stockfood work with lots of bloggers, who regularly provide beautiful recipes for the Stockfood blog

Sprouted Kitchen: Inspiring veggie recipes and yummy pictures

My new Roots: healthy recipes that will make your mouth water

She Simmers: Great Thai recipes that are easy to recreate with limited ingredient supplies outside of Thailand

TRAVEL

Urban Pixxels: My friend Jacintha has been living in London for a year and is constantly on the hunt for cool and yummy places in town. Beautiful photography and great London tips.

GERMAN FOOD BLOGS

Lisbeths Cupcakes & Cookies: Karin’s sweet cakes and bakes are sure to make your mouth water!

Zucker Zimt & Liebe: Jeanny is a superstar amongst German baking bloggers, and one look at her beautiful site makes you understand why!

Fräulein Klein: Beautiful lifestyle inspiration from a Bavaria-based blogger

KüchenDeern: Lovely Jasmin’s pretty food blog

STYLING BLOGS

Dietlind Wolf: I was lucky enough to attend a workshop by this amazing German food and prop stylist. Her work is very inspiring!

 

March 13, 2014

 

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7 thoughts on “Blog Love

  1. You add so much delicious and yummy food recipes that really impressive and it will be happened that i browse more and more this site to know about amazing recipes cooking detail. thanks Anne.

  2. Moien Anne,
    Ech fannen däi Site an deng Bicher richteg flott. D’Cookie cutters hunn ech mir och kaaf an hunn schon ee puer Joer op déi gewaart 😀
    Ech maachen all Joer eng kleng Party fir den Nationalfeierdag an notzen och deng Rezepter. Ech hätt awer eng Fro: hues du eng Iddi, wéi ech den Kachkéis als Dip verwandlen kéint? Wann ech en mat wäissem Kéis vermëschen fir datt ët nët esou sabbelt (wollt mat Grissini dippen) verléiert en säi gudde Goût. Falls dir eppës afällt giff ech mech freeen wanns du dech bei mir mells 😉
    Bescht Gréiss aus dem Süde vu Däitschland :)

    • Hallo Natacha,
      merci fir däin léiwen Message – ech hun en lo reischt gesinn! Jo also Kachkéis als kaalen Dip ass schwiereg – warm ass et jo keen Problem! Wat een vläicht probeieren keint ass en Deppchen Kachjkéis mat Rahm an Wäin an engem Flapp Moschter opkachen, an dann rem ofkillen loossen. Dann ass en mei flesseg an et ass e bessen wei eng kaal Kéiszoos… Wees net mais kann een mol domat experimenteieren.
      Léif Gréiss an Däitschland!

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