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Food Blogs

  1. cupcake wars
    A Blogger Is Suing Food Network for Allegedly Stealing Her Viral Cupcake IdeaElizabeth LaBau says the company stole her snow-globe-cupcake recipe.
  2. Awww
    Vintage Recipe Cards Lead to Heartwarming Food-Blogging StoryHow one Cincinnati writer’s recipe project turned into a sweet tale of cooking that brought generations together.
  3. Thought Pieces
    If You Talk About Your Dumplings, the Dumplings Are RuinedHas food fetishization gotten out of hand?
  4. Media
    Philly Mag Mocks Food Bloggers and Blog ReadersWill we all turn into a bunch of blogging zombies?
  5. Chefs Who Blog
    Grill On The Alley’s Chef Is Now Taking QuestionsJohn Sola starts a Q&A blog for recipes and cooking tips.
  6. Mediavore
    Oak Street Beachstro Opens this Weekend; Asian Carp Inch Closer to Lake MichiganPlus: Actor Kyle McLaughlin is also a wine maker, Food bloggers call for better lightening, and a Chinese woman is in a coma after eating too much raw bok choy.
  7. Competitions
    Enter the Sun Times Food Photo ContestFood bloggers must take pictures of their own food, and not of restaurant meals.
  8. An Education
    FCI Teaches Students Crucial Blogging SkillsThree culinary students blog about their adventures on their school’s behalf.
  9. Other Cities
    Are Jersey’s Food Bloggers Bigger and Badder?“In New York City restaurant bloggers don’t exist on the level they do in New Jersey,” says an industry vet.
  10. Marketing Gimmicks
    Bill’s Bar and Burger Walks Among the BloggersThe burger joint of the moment is embracing the hype.
  11. Thought Pieces
    Are ‘Foodiots’ the New Foodies? (And Where Did They Come From,These days, it’s cool to brag about everything you’ve eaten, whether it’s a croquette or a hot pocket.
  12. Beef
    Saveur’s Feed Accedes to TONY ’s FeedName-calling has never been easy.
  13. Announcements
    Introducing Grub Street NationalAfter almost three years and 10,000 blog posts, Grub Street is expanding beyond New York.
  14. Call for Action
    Grub Street Wants to Follow Your Blog, and Your Twitter Too!Should we be following you for New York food news? Let us know!
  15. Fund-raiser
    Invest in Your Local Neighborhood Restaurant?Help a struggling restaurant out.
  16. Failure to Launch
    Eater Chicago Bites the BulletEater’s Chicago blog won’t be launching as planned, and one Chicago blogger is a-okay with that.
  17. Mediavore
    DOH Launching a Dining Blog; Obama Beating McCain in Cookie WarA Dean & DeLuca that serves burgers, and an unnecessary look inside one chef’s apartment, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  18. Don’t Quit Your Day Job
    You, Too, Can Be a Chef’s Assistant!Learn from Anthony Bourdain’s right-hand woman.
  19. Newsfeed
    ICE Trains the Next Generation of Food BloggersA series of classes teaches you how to surf the wave of food blogs, shows, and podcasts.
  20. NewsFeed
    Hearst, MSN Venture to Challenge EpicuriousWill new and bigger trump older and deeper?
  21. NewsFeed
    Eric Ripert Launches Blog With Ode to Toaster-ovensEvery home should own one!
  22. Mediavore
    Cookbook Bloggers Are Nuts; ‘Flavor Tripping’ With Miracle FruitPlus: the return of Hydrox cookies, the rise of ricotta, which restaurants the ‘Sex and the City’ movie filmed at, and more in our morning roundup of news and gossip.
  23. Mediavore
    Webster Hall Landmarked; Bruni Bestows Honor on BostonRest easy, as Webster Hall is safe at last, highly desirable restaurants exist in both Boston and Philadelphia, and food companies finally learned to court bloggers. Especially weird niche ones.
  24. Mediavore
    Ilan Hall to Open Tapas Truck in L.A.; Chefs Keep on BloggingTop Chef champ Ilan Hall’s rumored L.A project is now a restaurant truck that serves tapas and has a foldout bar. [MSNBC] Related: For Ilan Hall, a Taco Shack of One’s Own The president of Westland/Hallmark Meat Co., the California beef company responsible for the largest meat recall in American history, acknowledged yesterday the illegal slaughter of sick cows at his plant after a congressional panel forced him to watch the undercover video depicting the abuse. [WSJ] Chefs’ blogs keep getting better and better, and there are increasingly more and more of them. At what point are they all just going to leave the kitchen and become full-time bloggers? [LAT]
  25. Back of the House
    Tony Bourdain Is His Own Forum TrollA new post is up on the Bourdain blog, but there’s no need to comment yet. Bourdain, in looking back at having wrapped up the latest season of No Reservations, decided to anticipate the response by giving “a few helpful advance reviews — to save food nerds time when the shows actually air.” These prereviews (“I found the civitos at San Marco, a tiny place next to the mercado, far superior to the place Bourdain went. And the morcillas he ate are nowhere near as good as the ones at…….”) are the work of someone who has read quite a few forum posts. And, we suspect, even written a few. Past Imperfect/Future Shock [Anthony Bourdain’s Blog/Travel Channel]
  26. NewsFeed
    Sixth Borough Gets a New ‘Phood’ BlogAnthony Bourdain may have dismissed Philly as a “two-horse town” (Starr and Perrier), but since it is after all the “sixth borough” (a term coined by our own Jessica Pressler) and since scenesters may soon embrace the mid-Atlantic, we thought we’d turn you on to Philebrity’s just-launched food blog, Phoodie.info: So far, its coverage is delightfully snide, and we’ve learned that the town’s burrito scene, at least, is thriving! But with all due respect to the “Reaper” pretzel at Trax Food Market, what we really love is this hamburger dress created by a Messiah College grad. We’ve already bought one for our future wife. Phoodie.info [Philebrity]
  27. NewsFeed
    New Food Site Wants Restaurant-Types to BlogDon’t say we don’t hook you up — first the chance to cook with Rocco DiSpirito, then a free Thai dinner, and, now, assuming you’re a chef, sommelier, or waiter, here’s your chance to blog! A “soon-to-launch new culinary Website” is looking for an industry-type to “blog about your daily exploits and opinions” for $25-$50 per post. That’s almost as much as the tip you’d get for pushing a 2002 Opus One! Seeking Culinary Bloggers [Ed 2010]
  28. Mediavore
    Boston Mayor Makes Good on Super Bowl Bet; Diet Sodas Linked to MetabolicRemember that little food bet Hizzoner made with Boston’s mayor over who’d win the Super Bowl? Well, pay-up time has come, and our northern neighbors will be donating 100 cups of New England clam chowder, 42 lbs. of coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts, twelve dozen Boston cream pies and twelve dozen Parker house rolls, 100 Old Tyme hot dogs and 100 Al Fresco chicken sausages, twenty pizzas, five cases of Brigham’s Boston You’re My Home ice cream, five cases of Cherry on the Top frozen-yogurt bars from Elan, and 100 servings of Stonyfield Farm Organic Yogurt to City Harvest. Happily, no one has to eat it. [Zagat Buzz] Drop that Diet Coke! Researchers have found a correlation between the consumption of diet soda and incidences of metabolic syndrome, a series of unhealthful factors that can lead to diabetes and heart disease. [NYT] More bad news for fish: The FDA confirmed that several outbreaks of ciguatera fish poisoning have taken place across the country due to consumption of fish harvested in the northern Gulf of Mexico. [AP]
  29. Beef
    The ‘Wall Street Journal’ Tweaks Food Bloggers, UnjustlyThe Wall Street Journal, having discovered the existence of food bloggers, raises the usual question about them over the weekend, namely: Given that chefs know who they are, and frequently feed them for free, how can their posts be trusted? (The article’s other point, about restaurants shilling themselves in online forums, is valid and then some.) But from our point of view, straddling the line between old media and new, we think the bloggers are getting a bad rap.