Lots of people have been so kind to me as a newbie blogger. Many have added me to their blog roll. I am so appreciative to all of you who have done this. I am ashamed that I haven’t been able to respond in kind by establishing a list of my own favourite blogs. Here is the problem. I follow far too many blogs! At present, I follow some 1000 + blogs and the number keeps growing! If any of you one know of a 12 step program for this type of addiction. I’m willing to sign up.
The task of typing up my favourite blogs and then linking them to their respective pages is daunting. Not all of the blogs that I follow are food related. I need something to sort my blogs by category. Has no one invented a gadget that can make light work of all of this? Please if you know of such a thing, help a girl out will ya – send me the link.
Okay, so here is what I have decided. I’m going to start by first listing my favourite Caribbean blogs. Each week I’ll keep adding more blogs. Keep checking my blog link at the top of my navigation bar for updates. Thank you for your patience.
Click on the links or pictures below to visit these Caribbean food blogs. Are there other Caribbean blogs that I should be reading? Leave your recommendations for me in the comments. Thanks.
Caribbean Food Blogs
Come Taste This
Frangipani and Gingerlily
Life Span of a Chennette
Simply Trini Cooking
Tastes Like Home
The Crucian Contessa
Yummy Food Blogs (Rest of the World)
Aaplemint: Gorgeoues photos and deliciouis recipes from Kate in Ghana
My Little Space: Blogging out of Malaysia with the most creative uses for tapioca desserts that I have ever seen
Ravenous Couple: I am learning all about Vietnamese food from this couple who now live in the America but were originally from North and South Vietnam..
Not quite Nigella: Lorraine scores the most interesting interviews about food
Cate's World Kitchen - Head over to Cate's Kitchen for some delicious and nutrious meals. I especially like her Asian inspired dishes.
Mangio da Solo The lovely Memória eats alone but the delicious stuff to come out of her kitchen is really meant for company. Can I come over?
Serendipity - Ser*en*dip*i*ty (noun) Not finding what one is searching for, but finding something better. I prefer Kate's meaning. She says it's serene with a little dipity added. I agree.
Coffee & Vanilla: Margot will tell you that she is Polish but don't let her fool you her recipes make me wonder if in a past life she might have been West Indian. Oh and she is also a very talented photographer
Taste of Beirut Lebanese recipes for home cooking
Caribbean Blogs ( Non Food)
This Beach called Life