So, in no particular order...
The Southern Lady Cooks, it's Southern. It's good.
Cajun Delights; visit Marguerite for authentic Louisiana cookin'
Bona Fide Farm Food, it's bona fide.
Chef Rick's Southern Cooking, he doesn't post often, but his archive is packed full of must have recipes. He also has a blog, Hushpuppy Nation, that is chock full of southern food history.
Drick's Rambling Cafe, good stuff
Ms. Enplace, another Louisiana sweetie
and lastly, Designs by Gollum has a fun recipe swap she calls Foodie Friday. You can scroll through tons of food blogs that link up to her page. Let your eyes lead the way.
These are all fun blogs, but I don't always stick to blogs. I love my recipe books and websites. My favorite recipe books are your local ones...Jr. League books, Women's club, churches, and the like. The recipes are things that are homey and the ingredients are all ones you've heard of and can find in your grocery store. Here are a few good websites to bookmark.
Food Timeline, good for food history if you're into that sort of thing
The Sweet Potato pages