While the blogosphere and social media is awash with countless filtered images of incredible plates of food and brilliant recipe recommendations, it can be difficult to know which food bloggers are actually worth following. So, we’ve searched high and low to bring you our pick of up-and-coming food bloggers who are shaking things up online. For the ultimate in recipe and restaurant inspiration, here’s who to look out for in 2017…

Food Bloggers To Follow In 2017

Fry Away With Me: Lemon and Herb Summer Seasoning for French Fries

Fry Away With Me: Lemon and Herb Summer Seasoning for French Fries (Paper and Stitch)

Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Cognac-Peppercorn Cream Sauce

Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Cognac-Peppercorn Cream Sauce

Le Bistrot Paul Bert Steak Frites. This steak, served with a peppery cognac cream sauce, wins "Best in Paris".

The famous 'Le Bistrot Paul Bert Steak Frites' served with a peppery cognac cream sauce wins "Best in Paris".

Applebee's French Onion Soup. **repinning from my Soup Board. Need something warm in this freezing weather!

Classic French Onion Soup Recipe

Classic French Onion soup embodies all that makes country French cooking sublime - beautiful technique and exquisite flavors from simple ingredients. Try this Classic French Onion Soup recipe, and you'll have a new favorite in no time!

"White fruit cake according after my grandmother's recipe. There are Brazil nuts, pecans and blanched toasted almonds. The best golden raisins I've ever had. My candied bergamot, Rangpur lime, Meyer lemon and blood orange peels, the rare Buddha’s hand citron, my candied young ginger all contribute to this symphony of flavors. Each cake is soaked in the finest French cognac infused with herbs and spices, topped with a California bay leaf and candied white grapefruit peel star."

I know, most "normal" people don't like fruitcake, but I LOVE white fruitcake!

A proper French cognac has to fulfill three criteria: it must be produced in the Cognac region of France, with specific grapes from that region; it must have been double distilled; and must have been aged in oak casks for at least two years.   This Cognac Will Have You Buying The Next Plane Ticket To France ==>

This cognac will have you buying the next plane ticket to France

A proper French cognac has to fulfill three criteria: it must be produced in the Cognac region of France, with specific grapes from that region; it must have been double distilled; and must have been aged in oak casks for at least two years. This Cognac Will Have You Buying The Next Plane Ticket To France ==>

Cook up an authentic French dish: Les Ris de Veau Cognac with sweetbread, vegetables, pancetta and more!

Cook up an authentic French dish: Les Ris de Veau Cognac with sweetbread, vegetables, pancetta and more!

Pair of French Cognac Leather Club Chairs, 1940s | From a unique collection of antique and modern club chairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/club-chairs/

Pair of French Cognac Leather Club Chairs, 1940s

Pair of French Cognac Leather Club Chairs, 1940s | From a unique collection of antique and modern club chairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/club-chairs/

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