Check out these blogs for great recipes, information and inspiration

Meg in the Kitchen was created by one of our customers who is a graduate student of nutrition and dietetics so the recipes are delicious and healthy.  Meg’s a busy girl living in the city so her recipes are great for folks who don’t have a lot of time or a big gourmet kitchen.

Food 52 is one of our favorite foodie blogs.  Amanda and Merrill curate this food blog which features recipes by home cooks.  This is definitely a go to site for home cooks.  “Our goal is to become a social hub for people who love food — a place where we help you find like-minded cooks. A place where, together, we create cookbooks, we take on food projects, we help others with our real time food Q&A, Foodpickle, and we band together to support our local food producers.”

We love The Hungry Wife, a blog created by Brooke Crigger that is the foundation for a new cook book.  She is graciously sharing all of her recipes for free and they are great….she has it all; seafood, sides, breakfast, pasta which all look pretty simple to prepare and delicious!

Bacon, Butter & Booze is a food blog created by one of our Shuck U grads.  Check out her lobster & potato salad recipe.  Her blog is well written, informative and has lots of great resources for wine, food and more.

Meghan is a girl after own hearts, “I feel unmoored if I don’t have garlic in the pantry, wine in the rack, cheese in the fridge and chocolate in the freezer.”  Check out this North Ender’s food blog Bread & Ginger.  It has lots of great recipes for seafood, veggies, desserts & more….

Life’s Ambrosia never fails me when I’m searching for a good, simple, delicious seafood recipe.  Des’ recipes are simple and straight forward, exactly how we like them!  You can search on her blog for seafood and other recipes.

Gastronomers’ Guide, Adventures in Gastronomy is a blog created by Joseph Erdos who was inspired by the writings of Herve This, a French physical chemist who is better known as the father of molecular gastronomy.  Joseph writes of his blog, “with this site, I celebrate the world of gastronomy in both the simple and elegant forms, from basic home cooking to elaborate restaurant cuisine. My aim is to teach, entertain, and expand the reader’s/eater’s fundamental experience with food into the extraordinary by exploring science, history, culture, cooking, dining, and eating.”

Aglio, Olio & Peperoncino was created by a young Italian American woman, Eleonora, living in Rome who shares her experiences with food, wine, travel and more.   Her blog has some great recipes from really simple ones like, honey mustard broiled salmon to more adventurous ones like stewed baby octopus.

Someday Gourmet is a food blog created by two North End residents, Lucie Wicker and Jackie Strycharz.  They cover  restaurant dining, cooking, shopping, wine and more.  Check out their blog for local tips, restaurant reviews and recipes.

Last Night’s Dinner might be one of the prettiest food blogs we’ve come across.  And it’s as interesting and informative as it is pretty.   If you really want to be inpsired you’ve got to check out Jennifer Hess’ blog.

Beyond Salmon is one of our go to blogs for recipes and information on cooking fish.  Helen Rennie is a cooking instructor based in the Boston area.  Her blog provides great information on how to buy, store and cook fish.  And like us, Helen left her office job to pursue her passion for food!

Bitten is Mark Bittman’s NY Times food blog.  His blog is full of great information about all types of food as well as recipes.  For more info on Bittman check out his website

Chez Pim has been voted one of the 50 most powerful blogs by The Guardian (UK)… “#18 Chez Pim ..Pim Techamuanvivit has tried and tested an awful lot of food. From Michelin-starred restaurants to street food and diners, she samples it all, and posts her thoughts and pictures to share with other foodie fans. She advises her readers on what cooking equipment to go for, posts recipe suggestions for them to try, and gives them a nudge in the direction of which food shows are worth a watch. She’s not just famous on the net, she’s attracted global coverage in the media with her writing, recipes and interviews.”

Simply Recipes chronicles the family recipes of Elise Bauer.  Simply Recipes was voted Best Food Blog Overall in the 2006 Food  Blog Awards.  Be sure to check out the seafood section.