These are the blogs I'm currently reading...and yes, the list is extensive! Mostly they are about food, eating food, and making food. No real surprises there...enjoy!
CW and CW- my brother and his girlfriend blog about their adventures in New Zealand.
CopyRanter- advertising blog that yells and shouts; generally hilarious and a good marketing education.
Cupcakes and Cashmere- fashion and photo blog.
Not Derby Pie - more inspiring recipes and mouthwatering food-photos
Dooce - babies, families and puke. Much more funny than the description sounds. Plus, it's always good to read professional blogs for ideas and tips on how to improve this blog.
GlobalFood/Local Mood- a girl I met at blogging club tries to visit one London restaurant from every country in the world.
Hyperbole and a Half - another blogger gone professional. This girl draws pictures to illustrate the stories of her life. It will make you laugh- multiple times.
Live and Uncensored- another marketing blog, mixed with a bit of philosophy, and musing about how technology is changing the way people exist.
Me, God, and Ed - a friend blogs about her struggles with an eating disorder.
PostSecret - more than a blog, this is a community project where people send their deepest darkest secrets on postcards which are then posted on the blog.
SmittenKitchen - my cooking and baking inspiration and number one cookbook.
The Wednesday Chef- another cooking blog from a woman who moved from New York to Berlin. At times deeply reflective, with beautiful writing, and delicious recipes.
Cheese and Biscuits - this blog reviews (decently priced, affordable for normal people) restaurants in and around London.
Homesick Texan - the latest addition to the list of blogs I read. Lots of texmex recipes just aching to be eaten.
Hyperbole and a Half - a picture blog that's pretty good for a laugh, especially the dogs!
David Lebovitz - an American lives in Paris and blogs about food, being a Parisienne, places to eat in Paris, along with some recipes.
Orangette - another food blog! This time based out of the UK.
What have I missed? Let me know in the comments below