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via Cook To Bang... mmmm Poonchiladas

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 other food blogs, this time with a focus on less-local blogs:

Serious Eats is a... well a serious food blog. Professional layout, multiple posts daily, and some seriously entertaining stuff. Check out this four part series with everything you'd like to know about coffee...

The 99 Cent Chef is less about cheap cooking and more about mixing the comedy with the food blogging. Here's a great article reviewing a couple of 99 cent breakfast "treats."

Foodie at 15 (Now 16) is exactly what it sounds like: a food blog written by a 16-year-old. It's probably better-written than anything I post, so I'll just leave it at that.

Kath Eats Real Food is a healthy eating blog with excellent photography and easy-to-follow recipes. It's updated multiple times every day and is well worth reading if you're looking to spice up your dinner menu with something that won't kill you.

And finally, Cook To Bang is a site that is literally a listing of recipes that will get you laid. The site isn't super-safe for work, but it's downright hilarious. Take this recipe for Poonchiladas.

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