After I shared my 8 British Food Bloggers to Follow last month, I stumbled across/thought of so many more that I wanted to share with you. It's so exciting to see so many UK bloggers creating such beautiful photos and recipes - I'm taking a lot of inspiration from these wonderful blogs and I hope you will, too!
Oh gosh, this blog has such beautiful photos. I love how evocative Hannah's images are - they seem to capture the dish perfectly and always make me want to rush out and make the recipe straight away. You'll find a mix of different recipes on this blog, but it's the sweet treats that will make you stop in your tracks. She's got a lovely recipe index to explore, so I suggest you get stuck in!
Now, patisserie is something I usually stay away from in the kitchen (although in a bakery it's a different story altogether...). I'm not one for finickety things - I haven't got the skill or patience, but Angela's blog makes me want to give it a try. There's some seriously delicious stuff to be found on this blog - check out these Salted Caramel Praline Macarons for starters - and the fact that Angela is a mostly self-taught cook makes me think that maybe it wouldn't be such a disaster if I gave it a go...
This blog is a new discovery of mine, but Rebecca and Jamie have already got me drooling over their delicious creations. Because it's new to me, I assumed that it was new to the Internet as well, but their recipe listings suggest otherwise, with lots of good-looking things to try out. Discovering Figs & Pigs is a lesson to me to keep my eyes open!
Michael is more than holding his own as a man in a rather female-dominated list (and blogging niche - where the food blogging boys at?). As well as sharing his tasty-looking bakes, he shares tales of his travels around the UK and beyond and a regular playlist to help you discover some new tunes. An all round gem of a blog!
I can't resist a good pun, and this blog is no exception. Becca sums up her blog as 'simple vegetarian recipes', which is exactly what you'll find here. This blog feels very inviting and cosy, and the recipes might even tempt my carnivore husband to risk going meat-less every now and again. Could I ask for more?
Written by Sarah, this is more of a lifestyle blog with a foodie bent but it's definitely one to keep on your radar for a bit of yumminess every now and again. Sarah cooks up the kind of food you'd love to come home to every night, as well as some more slimming-friendly recipes that don't feel depressing (there's cheese!). Just lovely.
Debs is a trained chef who has worked in Michelen starred restaurants and it really shows - her food looks absolutely beautiful! As well as being complete food porn, you're bound to learn something from this blog as there are some great little how-tos. I was completely won over by her latest recipe, Roasted Pumpkin Ravioli, and I'm eager to see more from this gorgeous blog!
I can't get enough of the sweet stuff, and there's certainly a lot to be found on Kathryn's blog. The sidebar promises 'sweet and lovely', and that's what you'll find on London Bakes. A lot of the recipes are gluten-free, but without a lot of the faff that you often see with gluten-free foods - so this blog is a great place to start if that's something that's important to you, or if you fancy trying out something a bit different.