I’ve just re-organized my column of links and wanted to take you on a quick tour of my most-visited food-, book- and travel-focused sites.
A note: Coincidentally, alphabetically, the one Armenian-ish blog I read follows the one Filipino-ish blog I read. Fate? Or my genetics translated into the Internet?
30 Bucks a Week
Two Brooklynites spend $15 each on their week’s worth of groceries. Then they write about it.
Heidi Swanson collects cookbooks and recipes. She also takes great photographs.
Marvin cooks Filipino food.
Fellow Armenian Pam eats out and cooks a lot.
Chocolate + Zucchini
Parisian Clotilde Dusoulier writes in French and English about recipes, cookbooks, idioms and kitchen tools.
What New Yorkers are really reading.
The observant and funny cookbook author writes about life in Paris and what he eats there.
Formaggio Kitchen’s Cheese Blog
This is pretty self-explanatory.
Arthur Frommer talks (writes?) travel.
The memoirist/cookbook author’s blog.
A great source for recipes + cooking techniques.
In the Kitchen + on the Road with Dorie
The often-adorable and always informative Dorie Greenspan splits her time between Paris and the East Coast. Oh, she also bakes. A lot.
I want to be just like her when I grow up. In the meantime, I’ll just read her books and blog.
Lottie + Doof
A pretty food blog with a funny name.
One of the best book-centric sites out there.
Recipes and writing from one of my favorite authors of food-related books.
One Minute Book Reviews
Also pretty self-explanatory.
Molly Wizenberg lives and writes in Seattle.
My friends Beth + Bob moved to Prague; these are pictures of their travels.
Reading is My Superpower
Annie Frisbie reads faster than I do. She blogs more often too.
Sandwiches might be my favorite.
Good things come from small kitchens.