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My new favorite blog is Michael Ruhlman's on Megnut.

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As has already been pointed out, Ruhlman has his own blog now, but since following his blog on megnut.com I've been making it a point to check it out regularly. Ruhlman and Bourdain are frequent commentors there and it's an interesting site on its own.

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My new favorite blog is Michael Ruhlman's on Megnut.

. . . .

As has already been pointed out, Ruhlman has his own blog now, but since following his blog on megnut.com I've been making it a point to check it out regularly. Ruhlman and Bourdain are frequent commentors there and it's an interesting site on its own.

And there still seems to be some contraversy as to what really happened in Las Vegas. :cool:

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I enjoy a lot of the blogs that have been mentioned, but I tend to switch around a lot. Chocolate & Zucchini was a favorite in the beginning, but I don't look at it much anymore.

I just discovered Kuidaore, which has been mentioned before, and have been going through the archives. Great photography and she makes a lot of the recipes I'm interested in (particularly pastry).

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Just found a cool thing today:

Tastespotting - seems to essentially be a collective "visual bulletin board" of food porn, with links to the poster's blogs. Looks like it's just getting started, but it's a fun place if all you want is pictures... :wub:

Nikki Hershberger

An oyster met an oyster

And they were oysters two.

Two oysters met two oysters

And they were oysters too.

Four oysters met a pint of milk

And they were oyster stew.

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Two of my favorites have already been mentioned, Matt Bites and Smitten Kitchen, but I didn't see the third -- My Husband Cooks. Gorgeous photos, and a fun he-said-she-said format, with recipes.

(And a mini horn-tooting: my site Intrepid Media is not a blog, but my most recent column there, Pursuing the Perfect Bite, is food-related.)

Cooking and writing and writing about cooking at the SIMMER blog

Pop culture commentary at Intrepid Media

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Here is a new blog from Chris DeBarr, the chef at the Delachaise in New Orleans. It's a little wine bar doing pretty adventurous food. Most nights, DeBarr cooks the food, runs the plates and even washes the dishes. All this gives him a unique perspective.

Chris DeBarr's blog

Todd A. Price aka "TAPrice"

Homepage and writings; A Frolic of My Own (personal blog)

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I look forward to new posts by Shauna at Gluten Free Girl (who has taught me so much about celiac), and Adam at Amateur Gourmet is always fun to read.

I also like Orangette, 101 Cookbooks, Chocolate and Zucchini, and the Domestic Goddess.

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Tony Bourdains post today on Ruhlmans blog- a strong point of view forceably expressed-

Bourdain all the way.

I'd say that is a bit of an understatement on both counts. Nothing like a little vintage Bourdain to start the day though. I do enjoy reading Ruhlman's blog and am indebted to him as a reference to egullet in one of his books led me here in the first place.

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Jon

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