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.
Today’s serving of Blogs with Bite:
New York City Food Museum— Big Apple food of yore. Public markets, pushcarts, oyster barges, breweries, eateries. You got a problem wit dat?
Eat me daily — Commentary, criticism and features on food, media, and culture. “Aggregation of links deemed important, irreverent, redeeming, absurd, or plainly awesome.”
Rachel Laudan— “A Historian’s Take on Food and Food Politics.” Tasty, thoughtful writing by this Mexico-based food authority.
World Carrot Museum — What’s up, Doc? Carrot Museum curator John Stolarczyk knows. And how.
Offal Good— Cooking with “those parts of a meat animal which are used as food but which are not skeletal muscle.” Unique, authoritative site and blog by Chris Cosentino. Not for the faint of heart, queasy, or Vegan.
Endless Simmer — Is that a great name or what? A kitchen cabal led by Brendan Spiegel and Stefanie Gans writes this group blog. Festures, news, recipes, restaurant reviews, and commentary on food and drink of all types. Knowledgeable but unpretentious.
Readable Watchable Edible Potable — “Food and Drink in Books and Film.” Recipes and culinary color, especially as found in international crime fiction.