Week 3: Explore BlogHer.com and Win a BlogHer Food '11 Pass!

We still have so much good stuff on BlogHer.com to introduce you to, so how about we keep this going for another week and give you an opportunity to win your choice of a full conference pass to either BlogHer Food '11, May 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia, or our annual conference, BlogHer '11, August 5-6 in San Diego, California? ...more

I love the new homepage- so much easier to navigate!

Lori Lange
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Week 2: Explore BlogHer.com and Win an iPad!

Last week we invited you to take a look around our redesigned homepage. We love the feedback you gave us and now we'd like to share some of our features beyond the homepage. And, since we are still in a jolly giving mood, this week we want to give you a chance to win an iPad! ...more

I enjoy the contributing articles in food (especially those from Kalyn Denny). The articles in ... more

Week 2: Explore BlogHer.com and Win an iPad!

Last week we invited you to take a look around our redesigned homepage. We love the feedback you gave us and now we'd like to share some of our features beyond the homepage. And, since we are still in a jolly giving mood, this week we want to give you a chance to win an iPad! ...more

I like being able to keep up with the conference agendas and speakers.
Lori ... more

Weight Watchers-Friendly Food Blogs

Imagine the promise of it all! "Lose weight fast!" and "Eat the foods you want and watch the pounds vanish!" and "Forget about killing yourself with sweaty workouts." (Ahem. And just ignore the fine print: "Actual results will vary.") ...more

Terrific resources!  I have a rather large WW collection of recipes on my site ... more

Recipes 2009: The Best, The Favorites, The Most Popular

When you're a food blogger, all your recipes are your babies and nobody -- Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner, yes, that's a nod to the loss of Patrick Swayze in 2009. Still, come the end of the year, we're compelled to pick through the list to select our best recipes of the year, some times by choosing our own favorites, other times by checking the stats for the most popular recipes of the year, still other times by finding a more creative route! So here they are, the best recipes of the year, the favorite recipes, the top recipes, the best of our best in 2009. ...more

Can't wait to explore all of these favorites!  What a great idea to put them all in one ... more

10 Turkey Soup Recipes Your Family Will Love

Yesterday was the day when many American families finished a big meal, only to find a huge turkey carcass staring them in the face. What to do with that leftover turkey? Make turkey stock and turn it into mouthwatering and nutritious turkey soup, of course. I've scoured the interwebs looking at turkey soup options, and here are my top 10 picks. Of course, this is a subjective list, and no one person can ever find all the good recipes for turkey soup, so if I missed your favorite turkey soup, please tell us about it or share the link in the comments. ...more

Thanks for the include of the Mexican Turkey Soup!  I made another one this year that we ... more

Julie and Julia: The Movie from a Food Blogger's Perspective

For months the food world has been abuzz with opinions about Julie and Julia, the long-awaited movie based on the life of food legend Julia Child and writer Julie Powell, famous for cooking and blogging her way through Julia's cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. I saw the movie yesterday afternoon in Salt Lake City with a bunch of local food bloggers, in an audience that included many women from the era of Julia Child's TV show. There was laughter during the show, and applause when it ended, and as we walked out of the movie, our food blogger crowd was in complete agreement about one thing: we loved Meryl Streep as Julia Child. ...more

Your thoughts were great!  I can't wait to see the movie so I can ... more