20 Bloggers from 20 Different Countries to Follow in 2018


It’s Diversity Month here on Foodies100. So today we thought we would share 20 of our favourite food bloggers from different countries with you.

diversity month
Binny’s Kitchen

Just like with food, a fusion of cultures can create something truly unique. Think Tex-Mex, Eurasian or Italian-American style cuisine – it’s diversity on a plate.

And that’s exactly what we’ve got here on Foodies100 – except that you consume it in a slightly different way!

With Malaysian cuisine being the ultimate fusion of flavours, Eat Cook Explore is the perfect place to start. This blog shares traditional Malaysian recipes alongside recipes from all over the world.

With a monster-sized kiwi replacing the London eye on the otherwise familiar city skyline on her blog, Adventures of a London Kiwi needs little introduction. Give her ANZAC biscuits a try for the true Kiwi experience.

Binny’s Kitchen shares recipes inspired by her Kenyan roots and her travels across the world. She now lives in London so expect some local restaurant reviews too.

Writing from a Pakistani perspective, everything on Fun Cooking will make your mouth water. But as diversity seems to always result in a fusion of flavours, there’s a variety of recipes from other countries too.

But that’s just a few of the fantastic blogs we’d like to celebrate here on Foodies100 for diversity month. Here’s 20, including the ones mentioned above, but don’t worry – you’ve still got all month to check them out! Let’s #burstthebubble

diversity month for UK influencers

1. Cook Sister – South Africa
2. Gilded Gingerbread – South Korea
3. Lilinha Angel’s World – Brazil
lilinha angels food blog
4. Sandhya’s Kitchen – India
5. My Little Italian Kitchen – Italy
6. Eat Cook Explore – Malaysia
may chong uk food blog
7. Adventures of a London Kiwi – New Zealand
8. Dooney’s Kitchen – Nigeria
9. Anyonita Nibbles – USA 
10. Wholesome Ireland – Ireland
11. Little Sunny Kitchen – Russia
12. Binny’s Kitchen – Kenya
13. Untold Morsels – Australia
14. Lets Eat Smart – Poland
15. Comidamor – Portugal
comidamor food blog
16. Feisty Tapas – Spain
17. Fun Cooking – Pakistan
18. Sugar Free Londoner – Germany
19. ET Speaks From Home – China
20. Recipes from a Pantry – Sierra Leone

Diversity Month is a campaign across Foodies100, Tots100, HIBS100 and Trips100 to showcase different parts of our community, including those of different ages, genders, sexualities and body types. Check out our opening post over on Tots100 to find out more.

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.

Discussion3 Comments

  1. What a great list and don’t forget that Coffee and Vanilla in collaboration with Pebble Soup have been running an inheritance recipes challenge for a couple of years. We’ve had some wonderful linkies from around the world.

Leave A Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

So You Know...

As you've likely heard and seen, there's an increasing focus on the authenticity of follower growth and engagement on social platforms across the Influencer Marketing community. The platforms themselves have taken measures to deter inauthentic activity and brands now more closely scrutinise the audiences of the influencers with whom they are partnering.

The Flea Network has implemented a system that will detect abnormal spikes in following and engagement, and flag these properties. Of course, such spikes can often be attributed to viral posts or high-profile brands that bring greater exposure to some content.

If one of your social accounts is flagged by our system without an obvious reason, we may reach out to you for assistance in understanding it. If we find any influencer has artificially inflated their audience size or engagement using paid acquisition or automated, third-party tools, we will remove them permanently from our influencer community.

Feel free to reach out to us at bloggers@fleaenterprises.com with any questions or comments.

Thank you!

The Flea Network Team

Got it!