The Art of Food Blogging: The List

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Story goes, when my grandfather was asked how to be addressed, he'd answer, "Call me anything you want, just don't call me late for supper." So here's the promised list of attendees at Blogher's food blogger panel The Art of Food Blogging, late but please, not late for supper.

> If you wrote about your food blog experience at Blogher, please feel free to add a link in the comments
> If you see notes about the great food blogger dinner on Friday night and weren't invited -- we really really REALLY did try to find who was attending, via posts on Blogher, on the Blogher forum, on the Food Blog S'cool, tracking down the Chicago food bloggers, getting the word out via e-mail and the Birds of a Feather at Blogher lunch on Friday. Next year, please know that the food bloggers will definitely get together again so watch this space for details. If you're a food blogger, you're invited -- just don't be late for supper.
> Next year, remind me to ask for a volunteer to share the list!

StyleFood live blogged the Art of Food Blogging panel

Kalyn's Kitchen is collecting all Blogher-related posts

Many thanks to our sponsor, Butterball!

Kalyn from Kalyn's Kitchen, moderator
Nupur from One Hot Stove
Shuna from Egg Beater
Alanna from KitchenParade
Susan from FatFree Vegan Kitchen
Jasmine from Confessions of a Cardamom Addict

Food Photography Speakers
Lara from Cook & Eat
Béa from La Tartine Gourmande (with an 'e')


Food Blogs
Anali's First Amendment

Cheeky Attitude North Carolina

Cook and Eat

Daily Eats (Tery & Jeremy)

Cook Think

Dirt to Dish


Gastro Nerds

Kung Foodie

Inquisitive Palate (not live 8/8/07)



Pinch My Salt

Pro Bono Baker

Simply Recipes

Southern Fried (not live yet)

The Pioneer Woman Cooks

The Blueberry Tart (no URL provided, note says 'live soon')

This Mama Cooks

Corporate Blogs
Eat Like Me on

Eat Wasa Feel Good

Other Blogs
Claire du jour

Food Momiac

Free Range

First Steps

See you next year, in, um, where, Blogher???


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