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Jul 25, 2006 09:14 PM

Best Food Blogs?

What's your favorite food related blog and why?

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    1. -- Marie Wolf, a lawyer from Minneapolis, is baking every bread in Rose Levy Beranbaum's The Bread Bible. This woman has a terrific writing style and a great sense of humor.

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      1. re: Nancy Berry

        Nancy, thanks for recommending the breadbasketcase blog. It's an engrossing read. Well written. Good photos.

        1. re: val ann c

          nancy, that is a nice blog. i laughed at the photo of rose levy berenbaum's cousins sitting on each end of the sofa, not entirely gleeful in aspect.

          1. re: val ann c

   is great food, humor and, of course, photography. check this photog site by the same matt:

          2. re: Nancy Berry

            I couldn't agree more, Nancy. I discovered her blog a while back and it's both informative and entertaining. I make all my family's bread and wasn't familiar with Berenbaum's book until I found this blog. The recipes are wonderful.

          3. There's a website run by a lady on a travel board I visit (mostly re Italy) - she calls her blog Food Porn - it's mainly just pictures of food - here's the flickr version


            and here's the Italian version


            I can spend hours looking at the pix

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            1. re: ElizabethS

              Those are great pictures, I just wish I could read Italian.

              1. re: rcheng

                You can plug the URL into Babel Fish and it will translate into English, roughly. I love Babel Fish because it always reminds me of the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" radio and TV shows, as my cell phone always reminds me of Star Trek.

                1. re: steinpilz

                  I tried the Babel Fish for this site just to see what would come up, and it was hysterical! I guess that too much Italian food language is un-translatable. I love the Babel Fish suggestion, though, and I can't wait to try it out on some other web pages.

                2. re: rcheng

                  rcheng, by the time you read the captions for all of the dishes, you'd know the italian language for food, backward and forward!

                  the site inspires me to eat all different kinds of italian --- branch out! thanks for the site.

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                  1. re: ChristianZ

                    great food wordsmith! and the photos are excellent. you really know the blogger is a true chowhound and an artist! and the food looks delicious. i wonder what kind of camera elmo is using?