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 is a fresh serving of Blogs with Bite:
Food Safety News — Comprehensive “daily Web-based newspaper … reporting on issues surrounding food safety.” Presented by Marler Clark LLP, PS, a law firm “dedicated to representing victims of food poisoning.”
Porkopolis — “a collection of arts, literature, philosophy and other varied considerations of the pig.” Incomparable.
Vegetarian History — The on-line library of the International Vegetarian Union. A wonderful PhD thesis on the movement in England plus PDF and text versions of cookbooks like The Food of the Future (1904), The Allinson Vegetarian Cookery Book (1915), A Plea for Vegetarianism (1886), Fruits and farinacea the proper food of man (1845), The Progress Meatless Cookbook ( 1911), Modern Meatless Cookbook (1907), and The Golden Age Cook Book (1898).
Every Food Fits— “Every food fits because no one food is all good or all bad.” Blog by Sam Lewandowski and photographer Stacey Viera. We especially like the look of the archive pages.
Chambers Stoves — “Happy Cooking With The Gas Turned Off!” Site devoted to vintage Chambers “retained heat” ranges.
Sushi or Death — A blog about the famed Japanese delicacy from … Oslo, Norway. Many video features; restaurant reviews from Europe and North America. How-to, ingredients, glossary. Fishy fun includes Nutella Maki and Sushi Hair.
Poor Man’s Feast— Elissa Altman’s thoughtful food writing.
Taste With the Eyes — “A visual food blog” by California’s Lori Lynn. Includes photo recipes for visual learners.
30 Bucks a Week — Tina and Phil of Brooklyn cook for two on a budget of $30 a week.
Reading the Tea Leaves — Lydia Kung’s unsurpassed tea blog. Click on “Archive” to reach the category navigation bar.
BEEF TODAY — Meaty news and tips for the bovine industrial complex.
Still Life With… — “Little nuggets from the front lines of food styling and photography.” This is how the pros do it.
Image: “Take-Out in the Dining Room, after Paul Signac,” by Mike Licht. Download a copy here. Creative Commons license; credit Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com
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