All you can eat
September 21, 2003 11:25 PM   Subscribe

The best one I've seen of late is still NYC Eats. But I'm biased.
posted by anildash at 11:29 PM on September 21, 2003

Travel a little further to Mum-Mum: cuisine from Kuching, Sarawak.
posted by BinGregory at 1:18 AM on September 22, 2003

Also a good list of links to food sites and blogs at Saute Wednesday.
posted by bifter at 1:34 AM on September 22, 2003

For the record: Saute Wednesday on MetaFilter (hard to search for because of that little thing over the 'e').

crunchland, you've been acclaimed here for your tight, simple, direct, usually-single-linked posts... If this is what we get when you let yourself go, then, please, do it more often.
BTW, crunchy, did you get eBay's permission to put that lyric on your profile page?

But you're not going to have a complete list of Food Blogs without including what was probably the first one: "Eat Link and Be Merry", created by Jen and Scott Kitchen (their real names), and running from Sept. 2000 to Oct. 2001 (when it apparently drowned in a sea of melted Cheez Whiz). And yes, I did contribute to that collaborative blog (DO NOT click the link at my name... long story).
posted by wendell at 3:45 AM on September 22, 2003

I'm quite fond of Nibblechomp.
posted by hot soup girl at 6:14 AM on September 22, 2003

I came across egullet yesterday.
posted by sharksandwich at 6:24 AM on September 22, 2003

not to get off track, but one thing I've found about foodie community message boards, like egullet and chowhound ... they all seem to be run by little dictators. I don't know the link between being passionate about food and running a community website, but the people who do seem to do it with iron fists. Don't know why that is ...
posted by crunchland at 6:32 AM on September 22, 2003

Exception that proves the rule and all that, but Andy Lynes (who runs the UK egullet board) is nice as pie.
posted by bifter at 6:47 AM on September 22, 2003

Don't forget Foodbloggers -- the food-blogging webring. (self-link)
posted by Marquis at 6:57 AM on September 22, 2003

Also dchase's Simmerstock
posted by briank at 8:02 AM on September 22, 2003

Don't forget Looka!, Chuck Taggart's weblog, which often covers food (and drink). I've made some of his recipes for Cajun dishes, yum yum.
posted by tommasz at 8:07 AM on September 22, 2003

posted by 40 Watt at 8:07 AM on September 22, 2003

posted by gwint at 8:28 AM on September 22, 2003

I like The Jenville Show - she cooks with rock stars. Best recipe:

Jack Black's Dorito Burrito


flour tortilla
cheddar cheese


1. Heat tortilla on flame.

2. Place Doritos and cheese on tortilla.

3. Put in Micro until cheese is melted.

4. Roll into burrito.

5. Eat.

I also love Cooking With Bigfoot, probably because he looks so much like a penis.
posted by iconomy at 8:39 AM on September 22, 2003

I like The Julie/Julia Project, in which a woman named Julie cooks every recipe in Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking."

And now she got a book deal out of it! Is this the most successful Salon Weblog ever?
posted by GaelFC at 8:43 AM on September 22, 2003

A bunch more.
posted by transient at 8:56 AM on September 22, 2003

If the above glutton of foodblogs leaves you overwhelmed, you can always check out on the pro-anorexia blog (previously discussed on MeFi).
posted by widdershins at 9:16 AM on September 22, 2003

I love that user crunchland made a tasty post about foodblogs!
posted by Lynsey at 9:20 AM on September 22, 2003

posted by Stynxno at 10:08 AM on September 22, 2003

The hungry tiger always satisfies.
posted by sudama at 10:32 AM on September 22, 2003

Delicious post. Thanks.
posted by ginz at 1:29 PM on September 22, 2003

Great post. Of course, now I'm never going to see my wife again. (Though I'll take these over Fametracker any day.)
posted by pzarquon at 4:43 PM on September 22, 2003

One of my favorites is Making of a Rastaurant for anyone who dreams about opening their own place someday it's a must read.
posted by geist at 9:16 PM on September 22, 2003

What, no one knows about the FoodBlog?
posted by dhartung at 11:34 AM on September 23, 2003

I actually didn't include that one because it hadn't been updated in awhile. But I see it's been updated, so thanks for fixing my oversight, Dan.
posted by crunchland at 11:54 AM on September 23, 2003

want pie now, helmed by lovable MeFi hot-head Terrapin.
posted by NortonDC at 2:57 PM on September 23, 2003

Thanks for sticking up for me Dan. The FoodBlog competition is harsh, don't update for a few weeks and everyone forgets you. :(

My list has already been linked in this post, but Cooking for Losers and 101 cookbooks deserve mentioning.
posted by PMcCann at 4:27 PM on September 26, 2003

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