Sunday, October 29, 2006

Bay Area Blogger of the Week

I am way behind with my blog reading and just about everything else I need to do at the moment, so instead of having an actual featured blogger this week, I am just going to share the latest blogs I have found, locally and beyond.

Petit Chou: Please welcome Julianne who has recently moved from the Midwest to the Bay Area.

More than Mocha
: A new blog from Cynthia who describes herself as "a law student who wants to write about everything except law school, especially: recipes, restaurants, and the search for a perfect cup of coffee".

Covers: Blog from reporter Ryan Tate covering hospitality for the San Francisco Business Times. [via Amy]

Tuttifoodie: A new food adventure newsletter with a local slant. "Find out what's new, off-the-beaten-path and delish". This is an interesting concept - a way to discover the conversations that are going on in your neighbourhood. Enter your zipcode to get a feel of what the site can offer. It is still in alpha stage at the moment.

Not local at all, but fans of Floyd will be excited to hear that Keith has started a blog. This is the man who taught me to open up the bottle ahead of time and enjoy a glass of wine whilst actually making the dinner. [via son of Floyd]

Previously Featured Bay Area Food & Drink Bloggers & Friends:
Food Notebook | Give me Some Food | Restaurant Girl Speaks | Savory San Francisco | Civic Center | Meathenge | Jennifer Jeffrey | Sex & The Kitchen | Eating Surburbia | Cocktails with Camper English | Bullpen Baker | Cooking With Amy | Knife's Edge | Culinary Muse | Hungrig in SF | Mary Ladd's Food Finds | 2 tasty Ladies | Dessert First | Ms Glaze's Pommes d'Amour | Hedonia | Dive | Sweet Napa | Cupcake Bakeshop | Tea & Cookies | Albion Cooks | Blogher | Bay Area Bites | Hungry Hedonist | Mighty | Chez Pim | The Blue Bottle Clown College | The Novato Experiment | Amuse Bouche | Feeding Fashionistas | All In | Dr Five Pints | SF Gourmet | Small Farms | In Praise of Sardines | Life Begins @ 30 | Gastronomie | Confessions of a Restaurant Whore | Bunny Foot | Sweet & Savory | I'm Mad and I Eat | Yummy Chow | Nosheteria | Vivi's Wine Journal | Epicurian Debauchery | Food Musings | Pfiff | Marga's Food Blog | Where the Wild Things Are | Eggbeater

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Bay Area Blogger of the Week


  • At 29/10/06 19:44, Anonymous kudzu said…

    Sam -- Thanks for the newbies. I must say that the recipe for cherry tomato soup for one from Petit Chou was a lifesaver. I stare at the drying vines and know I must yank them out, but there are still so many little sweet babies on them --- what's a mother to do?

  • At 30/10/06 01:29, Blogger OsloFoodie said…

    Sam, thanks for the Floyd's link, I love watching Floyd, not only for his cooking skills but also the man, he can liven any show just by being himself!

  • At 30/10/06 04:34, Blogger The Culinary Chase said…

    Hi Sam, thanks for the blog updates especially the one on Floyd. I've been a fan of his for years & he never ceases to amaze me how he stays sober during those shows! :) An interesting man to watch and tells it like it is. Cheers!

  • At 31/10/06 08:01, Blogger Sam said…

    kudzu - eat the babies, eat the babies

    oslofoodie - yay! good to hear from you. I didn't realise until I read FLoyd's bio he is actually from the Bristol area like moi

    the culinary chase - I knew a select few of my readers would appreciate the Floyd heads up. Only those in the know, eh?

    I'll nevre forget this one episode where he was out in the field at a farm or something cooking in a big pot over a gas flame, glass of wine in and, of course

  • At 31/10/06 08:43, Blogger shelly said…

    Great news about Floyd! It's about time the man had a web presence. I'm still looking for DVDs of his highly entertaining show.

  • At 31/10/06 11:05, Blogger s'kat said…

    Floyd has a blog?!? Holy crap, but this bodes well!


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