Well, yes. I do read two kinds of blogs: knitting and cooking. I still read most of my blogs via Delicious, but I am slowly transitioning them to the Google Reader. It doesn't hurt that a number of the knitting ones were already available as a group.
So, my favorite non-knitting blogs.
1. Smitten Kitchen. This is by far the blog I go to most frequently when I want to make something. Deb has gorgeous photography and her food sensibilities (with the exception of eating meat) are about on par with mine. Lots of my friends like to cook, and I frequently find food is too heavy or rich. Well, except for desserts, which I expect to be super decadent. She also has a baby food project, which is great for people transitioning their babies to grownup food.
2. Joy the Baker. This is a much chattier feel than Smitten Kitchen, but also has gorgeous food pictures. I don't come here quite as often, but that might just be that I am on Smitten Kitchen too much.
3. The Vegetarian Family Table (formerly known as Baking and Books). This blog is where I always go to remind myself of the ingredients in Vegetarian Chorizo. I've made it so many times that I don't need to look at it any more! It felt more blog-like when it was Baking and Books, but the site is gorgeous and super uncluttered, which makes food the focus.
4. Cupcake Blog. Om nom nom. She has recently started exploring gluten free baking, which will be quite a boon to a lot of people I know! She doesn't post terribly frequently, so shoving her site into Google Reader would make my life easier.
5. Cannelle et Vanille is a cooking blog about an ex-pat from the Basque region who is living in Florida. She has a cookbook coming out (so does Deb from Smitten Kitchen). Her recipes are very much informed by her childhood and she always displays things in small dishes. Her food styling is beautiful, and she is always showing lovely photos of fresh produce, something that makes me a bit happier as we inch our way towards spring.
6. Bakerella. Cake Pops. I know she doesn't just make cake pops, but it is her book, her spots on various television shows, and her huge thing. She also has a ton of printables, for those who want to make a special Valentine's box or celebrate Father's Day, etc. Super creative.
7. Not Martha. While Megan does knit, it is not really the focus of her blog. She provides curated link lists, interesting craft projects, travel reviews, and more. If you are thinking of going to Paris, she documented her trip last year with a multipost series, which really included a ton of tips for what to see and do and how to make your visit as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
8. Alison of The Blue Blog has a non-knitting blog project that she is doing for one of her classes. I'm enjoying reading about her investigation of a tree outside of her house, and am looking forward to spring as the tree will change (right now deciduous trees look kind of forlorn to me).
9. Tartelette. I'm not sure which blog I found first: Cannelle et Vanille or Tartelette, but this was where I found my huge insane desire to make macaron. I have only made them once. Like many desserts, I wanted to prove I could do it. Knowing I can make anything is actually more important than making them frequently. Mine were not as gorgeous as the one on Tartelette, but definitely delicious. I remember making a ganache of some kind and pumpkin pate de fruit for the filling.
10. Sew Mama Sew. I wouldn't claim that I am either any good at sewing or have any children, but I still love seeing all of the projects. February is pillow month, so there are a ton of great pillow tutorials. The site, despite the name, is not just projects for people with children. There is a ton of variety.
Whew. Of those, 8 cooking blogs (and it could have been more), 1 craft blog (non-knitting), and 1 other. I seem to have a thing for food. Wonder why.