Five food blogs with buzz: meal planning and baked desserts
Wednesday 23 February 2011
The top spot for this week's list of favorite blogs belongs to New York-based food writer Ed Levine, with Serious Eats.
A frequent contributor to The New York Times and Gourmet magazine, Levine has attracted a serious following with 1.7 million monthly visitors. The blog was also named Best Food Blog by the prestigious James Beard Foundation last year.
In the number 2 spot is a curious inclusion with an "organizing" blog, likely for its weekly Menu Plan Monday which helps busy families organize their meals.
Ratings are based on the rankings of Technorati, the first blog search engine that indexes more than a million blogs in the blogosphere.
The top five food blogs of the moment:
1. Serious Eats
Who: Food writer, New York Times and Gourmet magazine contributor Ed Levine
What: A smorgasbord of food news, recipes and reviews
Where: New York City
2. I'm An Organizing Junkie
Who: Laura, an "organizing junkie," mother of three kids
What: A blog about how to organize your home
Where: Alberta, Canada
3. Eater National
Who: Founders Ben Leventhal, Lockhart Steele, publisher Curbed Network
What: Strong focus on restaurants, food personalities and chefs, restaurants and juicy industry gossip
Where: National, NY, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami, Portland, Austin
4. The Kithcn
Who: Founding Editor Sara Kate Gillingham-Ryan
What: A site for people who "like to get their hands dirty while they cook." Recipes are geared towards the home cook.
Where: New York, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Kansas, Philadelphia
5. Brown Eyed Baker
What: A baking blog that features mainly desserts
Where: Pittsburgh, PA
For more, go to http://technorati.com/
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