Ten at Ten: Top Of The Foodies


10 fantastic food bloggers

This week, we are showcasing our current Top 10 food bloggers and picking a recent post we love.

If you’d like to write a Ten at Ten post with us, sharing some of your favourite bloggers’ posts then get in touch with our editor Alison at foodies100@fleaenterprises.com. You’ll get a link back to your own site and other social platforms, as well as the opportunity to introduce yourself to a bunch of new readers.


  • Not only do we get a recipe for smoked mackerel, beetroot and potato salad from Jeanne at Cook Sister but we also get a lesson in Shakespeare (who knew the phrase ‘salad days’ came from the bard?)
  • As part of the recent Yogurt Week, Jac from Tinned Tomatoes made these uh-mazing looking Choc Chip and Sweet Cherry Yogurt Muffins. Adapted from an old handwritten recipe from her mum (aren’t all the best recipes?) we can practically smell them baking.
  • Kavey from Kavey Eats went to Melton Mowbray Artisan Cheese Fair recently – check out the oozy brie and the huge hunks of red leicester! It’s all we can do to not reach for a cracker right now.
  • Want a super easy way to ice cupcakes, with no piping bag required? Emily from A Mummy Too is all over it. Her video shows how simple it is (and there’s a bonus cute dog at the end.)
  • We are loving all of the gourmet popcorn being made now, and Foodstuff Finds have just reviewed a chilli and lemon flavour popcorn. Take a look!
  • Helen from The Crazy Kitchen has convinced her 13-year-old son to get into the kitchen – check out the simple student pasta he made (we might have lived off this stuff as a student…)
  • Anyone else find themselves losing an hour or so just looking at the beautiful photographs on Lavender and Lovage? Karen has just been to Newfoundland and this photo diary of her foodie trip is fantastic.
  • If you’re on the look out for some new recipe books (don’t they look so pretty on the shelf?) Choclette from Chocolate Log Blog has reviewed three which are packed with chocolate recipes.
  • Inspired by her days working in the family hotel in Italy, Mari from Mari’s World made peach melba for her twin daughters recently. It got the thumbs up from them, and looks pretty delicious to us too.
  • Aoife from The Daily Spud has a very good reason why she hasn’t been cooking much lately – see why on her blog.


We hope you’ve had fun taking a whistle-stop tour of our top bloggers. Have a great weekend!


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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