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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you need to read every day, some people just can't get enough. Here are some highlight of other food blogs to feast on.

Are you reading too many food blogs to worry about trivial things like cooking? Awesome! Freezer Burns is custom made for you with video reviews of frozen meals you can find in any grocery store.

Does the picture above make your heart flutter just a little bit? Check out Cupcakes Take The Cake for cupcake reviews, recipes, tips, and interviews with pastry chefs.

It's not hard to find recipes online. The trick is finding recipes worth your time. Look no more, Behind the Burner features top shelf recipes from some culinary masters, as well as a few tips on how to take your cooking to the next level. Try this recipe for chicken breasts stuffed with Sabatino truffle butter.

If you want pictures, lots and lots of pictures, to go with your recipes, check out The Pioneer Woman Cooks. She photographs just about every step imaginable when describing her recipes.

Finally, there's Lick My Spoon. Aside from having an awesomely suggestive name, Lick My Spoon features reviews of NY's finest restaurants and recipes for awesome things like Key Lime Coconut Cheesecake.


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