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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

SFoodie Makes the Finals for the IACP Bert Greene Awards

Posted By on Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 3:59 PM

Well, well, well! A couple of hours after we discovered the IACP cookbook award finalists via Twitter, SF Weekly got the news that SFoodie is one of three finalists in the Blog category of this year's IACP Bert Greene awards, which recognize journalism and essays as opposed to full-length cookbooks.

As a quasi-impartial party ― I arrived at the paper long after SFoodie submitted sample clips to the judges for evaluation ― I want to loudly congratulate John Birdsall, SFoodie editor, and all the contributors who have made this blog such a vibrant, wide-ranging, informative source for news and commentary about the San Francisco restaurant world.

Winners will be announced at the organization's annual

conference on April 22. The other two finalists in the blog category are

Eating Our Words

(the food blog of sister paper Houston Press) and Hank Shaw's Hunter Angler Gardener Cook.

Other Bay Area finalists are Roxanne Webber, whose article "The Beer with the Green Label" appeared on San Francisco-based, and Bruce Aidells, who contributed words and recipes to "The Buffalo Are Back" in Eating Well.

Congratulations to all!

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