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Posted by Teresa Hanafin  January 20, 2009 05:47 PM

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I promised you a list of New England food blogs; here are links to about 25. Many have some very good photography.

one food guy
"Eat first. Take names later."

We are not Martha ... by two 20-something Bostonians
"...but that doesn't mean we aren't going to try."

boston localvores, the blog by Darry and Kristi of Cambridge
"Eat well+subvert the corporate industrial food complex."

Fork it over, Boston! by Rachel Blumenthal
"I am a blogger, not a critic, and I plan on keeping this blog mainly upbeat and positive."

Delicious Dishings by Megan of Cambridge
"A Place to Dish on Dishes"

Erin Cooks by Erin of Cambridge
"Simply put, I love to cook. It relaxes me. Well ... except for the time when the Pyrex dish exploded in my oven -- I think I still have Post Traumatic Stress from that incident."

Fussy Eater by Karen of Boston
"Celebrate your sweet tooth! Get a taste for baked goods and other goodies around Boston by exploring the well-known and unknown treats as sampled by a fussy eater (a nickname my mother gave me)."

Food on the Food by Tammy Donroe, a Boston-based freelance writer and mother of two.
"Food. Foolishness. Life."

Econerd Food by JW of Boston

Cave Cibum (Beware the food) by Pam of Brookline
"I've always loved food ... watch me experiment (success optional) as I brave my new kitchen."

The Salted Cod by Trevor, Tunch, and Meg

La Tartine Gourmande by Bea, a French expatriate living in Boston with her Irish-American husband.
"...obsessed with cooking, eating, sampling new ingredients, styling and photographing food."

Carrots 'N' Cake by Tina
"A food blog devoted to a healthy balance."

Forays of a Finance Foodie...
"A Boston- and NYC-based blog about dining out and foodie events."

In the Weeds by Amy Kohen of Boston
"After two months of searching for employment in the Windy City, I finally landed at The Ritz-Carlton. Now, as owner and chef of my own catering company, Savory to Sweet, I'm here to reflect on my days as a cook in the Garde Manger department as well as share my secrets, dilemmas, success and growth as a caterer."

Eat Boutique by three women in Boston, Brooklyn, and France
"Celebrate authentic food, indie vision, and old-fashioned hospitality."

Grow. Cook. Eat. by Julia of Cambridge
"Musings about growing, cooking and eating food."

Dish This!
"A confessed foodie's musings on the Boston dining scene."

The Diva of Dining by a twenty-something public relations professional in Boston "who grew up with a hearty appetite and a love for food."

The Passionate Foodie by Richard A. of Stoneham ("A Food & Wine Enthusiast!")
"Sharing my passion for good food, wine, & spirits. Come join me and satisfy your hunger and thirst."

Beyond Salmon by Helen Rennie, a culinary instructor in Belmont
"Everything you ever wanted to know about fish and other musings on all things yummy."

The Burrito Blog by Jonah Feld, Lead Burrito Analyst
"When faced with adversity, some men turn and walk away. I ate another burrito. The rest is history."

Boston Food & Whine by BFW (Tammy) of Boston, The Whiner
"A food blog dedicated to dining and whining my way through Boston's latest trends and tastes."

The Vegetarian's Guide to Dining in Boston by Sangita
"This is also a great site if you are a non-vegetarian and looking to plan a dinner for a vegetarian friend, relative or a date and trust me these relationships can actually work out great!"

Boston Chef by Two amateur chefs in Boston who now have twin babies
"Chicken is our thing. We love cooking fish, and pork, and beef roasts, and steaks. But chicken is our go-to dish, the meat we do the most, and the one at which we are probably the best."

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