With posts dating back to August 2009, Edible Geography is one of the web's best and oldest food blogs. Meticulously researched, the spunky, erudite entries will please most anyone interested in the history, art, science, and pleasures of everyday and exotic comestibles. Recent posts have delved into restaurant menu museum exhibits, "fourth-wave, post-globalization, micro-batch salt," and the wonders and horrors of a giant bread factory. Diving further back, Nicola Twilley, the brains behind the site, has blogged about the canners of New York City, the shape of Chicken McNuggets, the intricacies of banana shipping, and just about every other topic anyone could think of related to food. All in all, the mix of food and culture will give readers much to digest and enjoy.