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.
Before you head out for a slice of pizza, you'll want to check out Worst Pizza. Despite the name, the site reviews pizza of all shapes, sizes, and deliciosity. For instance, check out this review of Nino's upside-down Sicilian pizza.
Do you have a wok buried somewhere in your kitchen cabinets? Time to dig it out, fire it up, and head over to Be a Wok Star for inspiration. You can even use it in the morning with these breakfast tips.
Miami based Daily Cocaine isn't exactly about getting small. It's a humorously written food blog that focuses on finding the best and worst of Miami's eateries. Here's the story of a quest for a good taco within the city limits.
Any foodie worth his or her weight in salt will recommend eating local as often as possible. Eating Local in the Tropics is a blog that helps aspiring South Florida foodies to do just that. Here's a post focusing on the greatest of all pork products: bacon.
Finally, sometimes reading a food blog can give you a sense you're really getting to know the writer on a personal level. The Faux Foodie welcomes this notion and takes it a step further by letting you in on her weekly date nights with "The Chef."
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