This week's online edition of UK's The Guardian has a nice article on food blogs written by fellow blogger Graham Holliday, aka pieman. Graham discusses about the relevance of food blogs among foodies, about the some of the most popular in our community (Clotilde, Pim, and Heidi), about blogging awards, and last but not least, about the many food blogging events around, starting from Is My Blog Burning?. I'm proud of seeing IMBB? in the press, finally, and this blog geting mentioned. What I really enjoyed in the article though is Graham's description of us food bloggers:
The food blog brigade's typical serving comes with a dash of passion, a dollop of honesty and half a pound of humour.
Well said Graham!
P.S. I'm told the article ran in the printed Lifestyle section of The Guardian, accompanied by a picture of Britain's culinary mother-figure Delia Smith and the following legend: "Move over Delia". Funny, especially since I find Delia terribly boring, but it still sounds a bit blasphemous. So yeah, right, move over, and while you're at it hand Norwich City FC down to those sport bloggers.