Recipe Blogs UK Top 10
The same way chicken tikka took over from fish and chips, Dan Toomb’s curry blog has taken over UK food blogs. It’s simply currylicious!
The blog is a stark contrast from our #1 but you can see what they have in common – good food. This fresh and innovative blog specialises in family food, exciting new and original recipes and baking.
#GBBO originale! The Pink Whisk story dates back to 2010 when author Ruth Clemens came in second in the very first series of BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off. And this blog was born. Remember that when you watch the finals tonight.
No, not all the recipes require tinned tomatoes – it’s just how it used to be when author Jacqueline Meldrum started this blog in 2007. It’s Scottish, it’s vegan…it’s what makes it stand out from the rest.
Roast pumpkin corn chowder? Fresh ginger and lime marmalade cake? The recipes on this blog by Dominic Franks are classic and seeks to comfort.
The Petite Cook with a huge appetite! Andrea Soranidis started blogging to document her ‘adventurous foodie life’. With an archive dating back to 2013, the blog is chockablog full of recipes and tips.
7. Eats Amazing
Inspired by creating healthy food for kids, Eats Amazing is brimming with recipes for fun packed lunches, healthy meals and baking fun! Eats Amazing was established in 2012 by Grace Hall.
This one is for the Vegetarians out there, providing simple but delicious veggie recipes. Becca Pusey isn’t much of a fan of recipes that take longer than 30 minutes but is happy to make anything from a cassoulet to cheesecake.’
A food blog written by an absolute geek, those are Vicki Higham’s own words! With a recipe file full of breakfasts, sides, sauces and cocktails, this blog is a go to if you’re feeling adventurous, and dare I say geeky, in the kitchen!
10. Ms Marmite Lover
Kerstin Rodgers is the chef behind Ms Marmite Lover and shares a wealth of vegetarian and vegan recipes for everyone to enjoy. With an archive dating back to 2004, there is certainly a lot to choose from!
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these recipe blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.
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