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

Culinerapy is currently following the joys and trials of a pregnant blogger's journey through nine months of feeding two foodies at the same exact time. Good way to start: Pumpkin Whoopie Pies With Cream Cheese Filling.

Thanksgiving is coming up, and you know there needs to be a pumpkin pie on the table. Better start practicing, and the Cookbook Chronicles has an award-winning recipe that's certain to taste better than that stuff out of the can.

Seeing that my sister's baby shower is coming up in just a few days, this posting from Brown Eyed Baker caught my eye. These Baby Onesie Cookies are adorable and should be at said baby shower.

Burnt Lumpia is a rare food blog that's actually consistently funny. Check out this post on how to torture an eggplant to see what the site is all about.

Cake Spy specializes in the sweeter side of eats. Normally, it's full of recipes for cakes, pies, and cookies, but this interview with a food photographer is very enlightening. Just make sure you check out the rest of the site after you've finished reading the interview.


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