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May 12, 2009 at 5:49 AM

Food blogs: That’s Entertainment

Yes, it’s true: everyone’s got a food blog. OK, not everyone, but it sure feels that way. And it makes sense to me because while we might not all be interested in movies or old scrapbooks, everyone’s interested in food, right? Well, last week, Entertainment Weekly gave props to a handful of food blogs, including two of my favorites — Molly Wizenberg’s “Orangette” (if you haven’t read Molly’s new book, “A Homemade Life,” go get it — then lock yourself in a room with a cup of tea and read it till you’ve finished!) and “Thisiswhyyourefat” (which is so much fun, they got a book deal, too). Now, tell me: besides All You Can Eat, what other blogs do you read, and if you had to play favorites, which would you say were the most entertaining and/or enlightening?

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