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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 other food blogs, this time with a focus on dessert blogs:

It's hard to tell what's more delicious on Cannelle et Vanille: the recipes or the photography. Take, for instance, the photo above for raspberry and pink peppercorn macarons.

Living in Paris must be wonderful for a foodie. David Lebovitz writes a blog called Living the Sweet Life in Paris, which makes me more than a little jealous and very hungry for things like White Chocolate & Sour Cherry Scones.

Chocolate & Zucchini is another Paris-based food blog, this one written by Clotilde Dusoulier. If you're interested in brushing up on your French (it's a bilingual site) or making a sticky chocolate cake, this is the place for you.

Dessert First is an aptly named blog that focuses on the sweeter side of eating. The blog does have some easy-to-make-at-home recipes, but it's also got some master-level recipes like the Surfeit of Chocolate.

Finally, nothing says cute like little baby tartelettes, and Joy of Desserts has an Easy Lemon Curd and Crème Anglaise Tartelettes recipe.

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