DogBoneArt. When Z was tiny tiny, Laura and I traded loot because her sister was having a baby. I've also bought from her several times because her prices are good and she is awesome. Laura designs and hand prints all of the stuff in the shop herself. I love stuff that has faces on it.
Flaky Friends. I can't vouch for the quality or anything but that carrot is great.
I was planning on doing a link list to shops on Etsy that sell either play foods or patterns for play foods but there is so much cool stuff from crochet or felt to wood or cotton, I think I will just give some words of advice: 1) acrylic felt is going to pill. There is no way to avoid this. 2) wood is hard. Your kids are going to whack each other upside the head with it. 3) acrylic yarn also pills. 4) Read the descriptions carefully. 5) Look closely at the photos for craftsmanship. 6) Finally, remember that actual people are making this stuff. Ask questions if you have them; if they don't respond, buy from someone else.
Here is a good way to search for just play foods on Etsy, click here. That should give you just food and a few mistagged items.
And click here to search Etsy for just patterns.
For all of the Play Eats posts, click here. I will probably add random posts here and there as new and wonderful stuff appears.