Blogs with Bite is an occasional omnivorous sampling of food blogs and sites we find particularly tasty. Follow the trail of bread crumbs back to earlier editions, starting here.
Here’s a fresh serving of Blogs with Bite:
Plate of the Day – Daily recipes of outstanding interest from New York’s Simon Dang.
Cooking With Kangaroo – “Kangaroo meat is used by some of the worlds best restaurants ….” Recipes from the Kangaroo Industry Association of Australia.
18thC Cuisine – 18th century French cuisine “as a habitante in Nouvelle France may have cooked.” Carolyn Smith-Kizer re-enacts history in the kitchen and blogs about it, with recipes.
Cooking Gadgets — Flatbed toaster. Adjustable rolling pin. Salad dressing mixer. Dry ice maker. All this plus Cyndi Lavin’s recipes.
Pizza Today – “#1 Magazine of the Pizza Industry.”
Food Moulds – The website of noted culinary historian and educator Ivan Day displays historic food molding devices, dishes made with them, and associated recipes. There are additional period recipes, sugar sculptures, and table settings from museum exhibitions curated by Mr. Day.
Hungry For Change – “Posts on genetic engineering, school nutrition, pesticides, urban farms, and more.”
Miss Frank E. Buttolph American Menu Collection — Thousands of menus from the period 1851-1930 were amassed “through the energetic efforts of Miss Frank E. Buttolph (1850-1924), a somewhat mysterious and passionate figure, whose mission in life was to collect menus.” A sampling of the 25,000 menus has been digitized and placed online by the mysterious and passionate New York Public Library. Alison Ryley wrote about “The Prime of Miss Frank Buttolph” in 1998.
Meatless Monday (domestic) – “A non-profit initiative in association with the Johns’ Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health” — specifically, the Center for a Livable Future. Live healthier; eat well; save money and the planet.
CocktailDB - The Internet Cocktail Database, distilled by Martin Doudoroff, Matt Feifarek, and Ted Haigh.
Noob Cook – Remarkably detailed recipes from Singapore, many with serving suggestions.
Dead Man Eating – America’s Death Row menus. Last meal requests of the condemned.
eggbaconchipsandbeans – Stalk the British fry-up in its native habitat with Russell Davies.
eatpress – Fine photos, good design, and excellent recipes, with recommended musical accompaniment for each dish.
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