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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you really need to read daily, some people just can't get enough. Here are some highlights of other food blogs.

Woman's Day has a great article pointing out what we all already know: Food is always better when it's stuffed with other food.

Serious Eats is another national food blog which covers just about every topic from reviews to recipes. Although I'm not a big seafood person, I imagine Salmon Burgers might be delicious, if it wasn't for the whole "they're made of salmon" bit.

Vanilla Sugar isn't updating their site just now, but their archives are packed with cavity inducing recipes, like this one for chocolate-peanut butter bread.

Along the lines of This Is Why You're Fat comes Super Sized Meals. This one takes itself seriously, which is either frightening or even funnier. Take this post on the Meat Popsicle (totally safe for work by the way).

Finally, for those of you not trying to kill yourself with food, I Ate a Pie focuses on the healthier side of eating, with reviews of pre-packaged diet foods and recipies.

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