From Too Many Chefs - www.toomanychefs.com

January 6, 2005
You like us! You really really like us!

We're humbled and very pleased to announce that the voters have spoken and this little blog of ours has won a Food Blog Award (an "Eatie"?) for Best Group Blog. The competition was very tough, and our fellow nominees are some of the blogs we read regularly.

Thanks to everyone who voted and a special thanks to Kate at the Accidental Hedonist for organizing these awards.

We'll have a complete wrap-up of the winners and the awards once all of them are announced.

We'd like to thank our families, our critics, the ladies at the supermarket who are so nice when we check out food, the guy down the street who said he might think about looking at the site, the milkman, the academy and all those lovely little people out there...we love you!

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at January 6, 2005 8:37 PM | TrackBack
Comments

Congratulations. It's well earned. It's a fun, well thought out site. Can't wait to see what the New Year brings.

Posted by Bryan on January 6, 2005 at 10:53 PM

Congratulations! I was one of the folks to vote for you. I love your blog. I try to read it everyday. Try is the operative word. Some days I don't get on for more than a few minute so I have to read JUST the email. When I have more time to play around, I go right to the blogs.

I am so glad you won. Congrats to all who write for this blog.

RisaG
P.S. I'm still waiting for my prize for the August Friday quiz!

Posted by RisaG on January 7, 2005 at 3:00 PM

Risa, thanks for voting for us and we're terribly sorry about the Friday quiz prize. We'll make sure a replacement prize is sent out asap.

Posted by barrett on January 9, 2005 at 11:21 AM

Congratulations! I have tried out a few of the recipes from your website and they all worked very well!

Posted by Frances on January 10, 2005 at 7:00 AM

Risa, the prize FINALLY went out and you should receive it in a week or so. Sorry for the delay - no excuse really except for being a world-class procrastinator. Let us know if you find any interesting things to do with the mushroom salt!

Posted by Meg in Paris on January 13, 2005 at 2:35 PM