Food blogs & blogging

The South African Blog Awards 2006

February 9, 2006

Can you believe a whole year has come and gone since the last inaugural SA Blog   Awards?  Well, believe it or not, it has, and the awards are back.  The original motivation behind the awards (the fact that the Bloggies STILL insist on lumping the whole of Africa together with the Middle-East as a single […]

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More food blogs I love

December 1, 2005

With the amazing proliferation of food blogs over the past year or so, it has become increasingly difficult to keep track of the damn things, let alone try to read them regularly!! So I have decided to restrict my typelist to the sites that I routinely check and to start building up a more comprehensive […]

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Blogging by mail – the Euro edition

August 25, 2005

You’d think that by now, we food bloggers would be all evented out.  Is My Blog Burning?  Sugar High Friday.  Wine Blogging Wednesday.  End of Month Egg on Toast Extravaganza.  The Paper Chef.  Does My Blog Look Good in This?  Dine and Dish.  Omnivoribus Australis.  Lasang Pinoy.  That’s already a pretty full calendar.  But then […]

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Food blog events around the world

July 29, 2005

Given my recent past record of being late for (or completely missing!) food blog events, yuo may consider it slightly ironic that I should be posting one of these…  But what the heck, I thought I’d post it anyway!!  There is now such a proliferation of events going on that it’s close to impossible to […]

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The Cook next door – meme time again

June 29, 2005

There’s a new meme doing the rounds in the blogosphere, instigated this time by Nicky at Delicious Days. Nicky says she was inspired by Spiceblog Anthony’s cookbook meme earlier this year to try and prod food bloggers to write something about themselves as opposed to their food, and your truly was tagged by the lovely […]

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Life’s a picnic – UK food blogger’s event

June 15, 2005

One of the English traditions that I took to immediately, wholeheartedly and without reservations from the first year we arrived here, was the very civilised tradition of picnicking and Pimms-drinking which occupies much of the English summertime. Coming from South Africa, I was quite familiar with a long tradition of eating out of doors in […]

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