For anyone who enjoys food blogs, but who does not have ten years to spend looking at every one and trolling the blogrolls, there's FoodGawker.
It's great if you're just looking for a little inspiration, too. The site works from a wiki model. That is, it's user-generated/modified. People create little baseball-cards with a photo and description. Each one is for a recipe from a foodblog. So the page shows a series of these cards laid out for your delectation. Soups, cookies, how-to's, bread, you name it. People submit new things every day, so each day the site offers you ten or twenty new links.
Click on one that interests you, and suddenly you're reading a review of a cupcake store in Seattle, or watching someone make home-made shredded coconut, or drooling over caramel cake.
It's fun, and a good place to go for ideas that range from ridiculously complex (in some cases impossible in this hemisphere) to utterly effortless.