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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Finding a Recipe for Successful Food Writing

by LuAnn Schindler

A friend of mine from New York writes about the NYC food scene for several local newspapers and online sites. This past week, she introduced me to a social networking site for foodies: Foodbuzz. Granted, I've only been on the site a few times, but if you are interested in foodwriting of all kinds, including restaurant reviews, recipes, and product news, Foodbuzz appears to be a gold mine of information.

Today, I learned about Sake (Japanese rice wine) and then I found a recipe for waffles that I plan to try in the morning. It's a good reason to use the new waffle ironmy oldest daughter gave me for Christmas! (And yes, the waffle iron was on my wish list.)


  1. Anonymous8:25 PM

    Networking site for foodies with recipes and other content to boot--I am SO on this!

    Thanks, Annie!

  2. Jill, I think you'll like it. I've found several article ideas already and I've only been on the site about four days!

  3. melissaAnne6:58 AM

    As far as finding recipe goes I've been using a site called It's one simple search box like Google and it finds recipes from everywhere. It's been a huge timesaver.


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