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Too funny!

I'm glad to see more and more people are discovering blogs and bloggers and that wonderful writers are surfacing. I just think blogs are one more interesting outlet for people who want to share their thoughts and experiences about all things culinary. eGullet, craigslist food forum, they all make life more interesting...

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derricks   

The ones I check every day that haven't been mentioned (I also read C & Z and tastingmenu and The Food Section and Cooking With Amy):

The Domestic Goddess

Cheese Diaries

Vinography - not a food blog per se, but you can't have food without wine.

I obviously check my own blog for comments. Would I recommend mine? I don't know. I definitely use it as a public incarnation of the directive that writers should write on a regular basis, and not just when on assignment. There are things I want to change, different ideas I want to explore, but I have fun with it.

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Cheffy   

Although I have been hanging out on the net for a while, the blog thing is kinda new to me, thanks for sharing...while checking links that were attached to RestaurantEdge I found one I thought was cool and inspiring, just little stories written by different people in blog style...

Mad Chefs

Quite a few of them made me reflect on who I am and what I do...I love moments like that...

Cheffy

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Burke and Wells on food: though they don't blog per se.

"Thirteen Ways of Looking at Chocolate" and "Perfect Scrambled Eggs" are very worthwhile reads.

Aside from that, I can't figure out if I like those guys or not. I think I do, but I think their writings both remind me of Ignatius Reilly in A Confederacy of Dunces with advanced degrees.

They also go to Paris.

I just want to give them both a hot dog cart and see how they do.


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LNorman   

Looking for some recommendations for food blogs. Can be general or specific. What's your favorite?

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*Rogov's Ramblings (Daniel Rogov)

Soup Song

Virtual Gourmet

*Whitings Writings (John Whiting)

*World Table (Bux)

*Chez Pim

Chocolate and Zucchini

*The Food Section

*Saute Wednesday

*Obsession W/Food .. see the post below in which Derrick Schneider catches my blunder!:blush:

Passionate Cook

*Mamster's Grub Shack

These are my favorite food blogs ... * means they are eGullet contributors (hoping I got these right!) :wink:

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sakana   
*Rogov's Ramblings  (Daniel Rogov)

Soup Song

Virtual Gourmet

*Whitings Writings  (John Whiting)

*World Table  (Bux)

*Chez Pim 

Chocolate and Zucchini

*The Food Section

*Saute Wednesday

Obsession W/Food

Passionate Cook

*Mamster's Grub Shack

These are my favorite food blogs ... * means they are eGullet contributors (hoping I got these right!) :wink:

Could you provide links to some of those, please?

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derricks   
Obsession W/Food

These are my favorite food blogs ... * means they are eGullet contributors (hoping I got these right!) :wink:

Well, that's very sweet. But it should have a star :smile:

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This thread wouldn't be complete without mention of the eGullet Foodblog series which you can find pinned to the top of the General Foods Topics forum.

Click here to view the current eG Foodblogger's installment, which is as of this writing, therese.

Soba

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LindaK   

Let's not forget the Julie/Julia Project. While not a typical blog of the sort listed here, it chronicles a novice cook's efforts to work her way through Mastering the Art of French Cooking. I wish I'd thought of it first.

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