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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Check Out SFoodie's Expanded New Blogroll

Posted By on Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 4:25 PM

click to enlarge We can't stop reading them. - STEVEOA3D/FLICKR
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  • We can't stop reading them.
We have a secret. We've become obsessed with food URLs: straight-up what-I-ate-for-breakfast blogs, reported restaurant newsletters, food sites that read like the screen equivalents of glossy print mags. A few days ago we refreshed SFoodie's admittedly tired blogroll (aka the "Links" column to the right of this post) to list the blogs and food sites that inspire us, inform us, and ― we admit it ― infuriate us. We hope you'll take time to click around the approximately five dozen sites on our list, and do as übersuave Tim Gunn suggests to Project Runway hopefuls re: the show's Bluefly accessory wall, stocked with slouchy bags and strappy heels: Use it thoughtfully. Go ahead: From the diligent neighborhood coverage of a site like The Richmond District Blog of San Francisco to the personality-steeped restaurant reporting of Tablehopper, and from the surprising food discoveries of Scott Hocker-edited TastingTable to the AXE-spray bro prose of Thrillist, we find it all absorbing. We trust you will, too.

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