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Results of Well-Fed Network's 2005 Food Blog Awards

From this post on Bloggers Blog (you know they're serious about blogging when the permalink URLs for their entries contain 5 instances of the word "blog"), the results of the 2005 Food Blog Awards. wickenden has a pretty handsome food blog himself, by the way (it's called Dinner At My House), and one of my favourite photography-related food blogs, Heidi Swanson's 101 Cookbooks, is woefully absent from this list (although their food blog winner looks to have been heavily inspired by 101 Cookbooks). However, I have no idea how to get included in the food blog network mentioned below, nor if the food blogs that won had to be part of their network.
The winners of the 2005 Food Blog Awards have been announced. They were announced on the Well Fed Network, a recently launched network of food blogs. Here is a list of the winners.
  • Best Chef's Blog: Egg Beater
  • Best City Blog: David Lebovitz (Paris, France)
  • Best Blog Covering the Food Industry: The Food Whore
  • Best Blog Covering Wine, Beer or Spirits: Vinography
  • Best Food Blog - Humor: The Food Whore
  • Best Food Blog - Photography: Nordljus
  • Best Food Blog - Recipes: Chocolate & Zucchini
  • Best Food Blog - Restaurant Reviews: Becks and Posh
  • Best Food Blog - Theme: Gluten Free Girl
  • Best Food Blog - Writing: Chocolate & Zucchini
  • Best Group Food Blog: Too Many Chefs
  • Best Non Blogging Food Site: Epicurious
  • Best New Blog: Delicious Days
  • Best Post: Meat comes from Animals; Deal with it, or eat Vegetables - written by Barbara at Tigers & Strawberries
  • Best Overall Food Blog: Orangette

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    wickenden January 26th, 2006
    I never update that typepad blog, but thanks for mentioning it.

    I'm thinking of letting it go after this year expires (may).

    I've started to integrate food with my martinioclock.com wordpad blog -- but, I don't know...

    d.

    iamom January 26th, 2006
    Oooops.

    So, you have to pay for Typepad blogs, eh? How much?

    wickenden January 26th, 2006
    50, 90 or 150 per year, depending on options.
    http://www.sixapart.com/typepad/pricing

    I have found the cheapest to be too inflexible and the flexible ones too expensive. If you don't need the hosting space, it's better IMHO to go with a Moveable Type or WordPress blog.

    d.

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