Just because we are busy with builders, plumbers and electricians doesn’t mean we don’t follow what is going on the food world, drooling over new recipes and even occasional trying some out.

It’s just that we don’t have so much time to cook, prep, take photos, and then eat. We usually just cook and eat. Which, I assume, everyone outside the food blogging world is pretty much doing every day.

Here are some new discoveries we made:

The Cookie Shop – I absolutely love the sound of the apple cake. And the blondie? Oh my.

The Cooking Photographer – the puff pastry plum tart? Delicious.

Bucatar Maniac – gotta read Romanian for that one, but some great photos.

Au fil de mes reves d’amour – great recipes, bringing Italy and France together.

J’S Kitchen – a lot of soft, fluffy, tasty bread. Although, in all fairness, we have not made bread in ages! I miss that …

Local Lemons – recipe after recipe of yum!

… now, any other food blogs we should look into?

Andreea xxx

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  • Dubna

    here are a few more i follow: (yummy!) (healthy!)

    I also follow about 50 more on

    I also go through the food photo sites to find other blogs.

    Great cooking ideas and great inspiration!

  • Buddy


    Have you ever thought about video taping yourselves cooking dinner? You kill two birds w/ one stone — you cook and then you can post it on your blog.

    For an example, check out Chris Riccobono’s video review blog for wine. He’s a young, US guy who has a whole library of short wine reviews, on camera. Very relaxed; non-snobbish. He’s on


  • Trudy

    OMG! I just saw Chris Riccobono doing a review tasting of his wedding wine (damn, another one out of circulation). He tasted a Cabernet Larkmead from Napa, and guess what, only $50 per bottle.

    Thanks for recommending him, Buddy. He’s very entertaining and knowledgeable — and you’re right; he’s no snob. Very approachable.

  • Hi neighbours.. I’ve been to Brussels twice…next time we should meet up 🙂 or maybe you want to see a bit of the Netherlands….Yes and on the subject of other blogs to look into….check mine out!

  • Ah, fall. That means comfort food for the cooler weather — roasts, baked goods, etc.

    What wine do you think goes best with fall foods – Merlots, Cabernets, etc.?

    – Chris (

  • Generally I do not post on blogs, but I would like to say that this post really forced me to do so, Excellent post!

    I’m Out! 🙂