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    Seven to Watch: Foodie Travel Bloggers

    Seven to Watch: Foodie Travel Bloggers

    From tacos to Tenerife, foodie travel bloggers know how to find the best grub around. Travelling all over the globe, we can be assured that these guys and girls have tried some of the top recipes in the world. So, to inspire us to indulge a little more while we’re on holiday, because isn’t that what holidays are for? We thought we’d put together a list of seven foodie travel bloggers to watch.

    Will Travel For Food

    Credit: www.willtravelforfood.com

    Credit: www.willtravelforfood.com

    In search of the next culinary discovery, Mayssam – the creator of Will Travel For Food – has inspired her wanderlust with ample portions of great global food. No one can say they live or love food more than Mayssam, and she’s definitely worth following for that very reason.

    Lonely Palate

    Image credit: http://lonelypalate.net/

    Image credit: http://lonelypalate.net/

    Discover stories and recipes as Jessica eats her way around the world. Having travelled from the UK to Australia, with plenty of foodie stops along the way, Jessica has taken Lonely Palate to new heights with her passion for flavour and rejuvenated lust for life – follow her inspiring story and you won’t be disappointed.

    Cook Sister

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    Image credit: http://www.cooksister.com/

    Describing herself as a food and wine blogger, as well as a freelance recipe developer and writer, you know you’re in good hands if it’s a foodie education you’re after. With an impressive portfolio and an equally impressive list of restaurant reviews, following Cook Sister is one way to inspire your gastronomic adventures.

    Eat Your World

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    Image credit: http://eatyourworld.com/

    Offering a regional guide to food and drink around the globe, there’s no better way to gain a grasp of traditional and authentically sourced foods. With such an impressive guide you’ll never have to wonder what to eat again, in whatever location you happen to be in.

    Bunkycooks

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    Image credit: http://www.bunkycooks.com/

    With a truly inspiring story, Bunkycooks has transformed from a traditional food blog into a culinary lifestyle. Getting to the heart of where our food comes from and documenting their travels and encounters with some of the world’s top chefs, Bunkycooks is a revelation in the foodie travel blogger sphere.

    Eat Like a Girl

    Image credit: http://eatlikeagirl.com/

    Image credit: http://eatlikeagirl.com/

    London-based and displaying a hefty supply of mouth-watering images, this is where you need to head if you want to expand your palate. Many of the recipes shown are Niamh’s, the creator’s, own – but there’s plenty to learn if you’re in search of the ultimate tastes from around the world.

    Accidental Epicurean

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    Image credit: http://accidentalepicurean.com/

    The overwhelming theme throughout this blog is certainly a love of food, without the pretentious gobbledygook you’ll find with professional food critics. With both simple pleasures and refined foodie treats, there are a huge number of recipes and foods to dive into.

    Whether you’re in the Maldives or China, this list of foodie travel bloggers covers a wide range of locations and types of food. You’ll never have to buy another recipe book again! Know of any other foodie bloggers worth watching? Let us know by commenting below.

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