Chew on This: Food Bloggers' Favorites

Food bloggers aren't just writing about food -- they're reading about it, too. Check out these writers' favorite food blogs.

Who: Ed Levine
Mastermind Behind: Ed Levine Eats and Serious Eats
Blog Tag Line: "Find It. Watch It. Eat It. Talk It."
His Picks: (for "greasy restaurant gossip"),, The Girl Who Ate Everything, The Gurgling Cod ("Funny passionate take on whatever he thinks is interesting that's going on in the food world.")

Who: Amy Sherman
Mastermind Behind: Cooking With Amy
Blogging Since: 2003
Day Job: Freelance Writer in San Francisco
Her Favorite Lesser Known Gems: ("Funny and informative"), Lobster Squad (Every post has an original illustration), Paris Breakfasts, Cook Think

Who: Nosher
Mastermind Behind: NYCNosh, along with co-writer Hungry Man
Estimated Site Hits a Month: 180,000
His Picks:, Salli Vates, The Girl Who Ate Everything

Who: Pim Techamuanvivit
Mastermind Behind: Chez Pim
Blogging Since: 2001
New Site That's Caught Her Eye: because it "blurs the line between amateurs and pros."

Who: Kerry Politzer
Mastermind Behind: Salli Vates
Blogging Since: 2002
Resides In: Queens, N.Y.
Her Picks: Badgett's Coffee E-Journal, Chocolate and Zucchini
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Who: Monica Nista
Mastermind Behind: Mona's Apple
Day Job: Producer at
Blogging Since: 2005
Her Picks: Hampton Smoker, (Writer "hosts fun contests out in Brooklyn"), Life's a Picnic, Augieland

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