From Too Many Chefs -

December 5, 2005
Awards Season

It's the start of the awards season with Accidental Hedonist now taking nominations for the 2005 Food Blog Awards.

We're helping out as well, offering prizes for the winners of the Best Food Blog - Theme award and Best New Blog, which should be a VERY tough category this year. There were so many great food blogs that started in 2005.

Head over and nominate your choice for the award. We nosed out the competition last year for the Best Group Blog Award.

To review, the 2004 winners were:

Best Food Blog - Restaurant Reviews; Chez Pim
Best Food Blog - Food Industry; The Food Section
Best Food Blog - Theme; Slice
Best Food Blog - City; Seattle Bon Vivant: Seattle, WA
Best Food Blog - Chef; Movable Feast
Best Food Blog - Wine, Beer and other Spirits; Vinography
Best Food Blog - Photography; 101 Cookbooks
Best Food Blog - Humor; The Amateur Gourmet
Best Food Blog - Recipes; Chocolate & Zucchini
Best Food Blog - Writing; Chocolate & Zucchini
Best Site Design; Chocolate & Zucchini
Best Non-Blogging Food Site; eGullet
Best Post; Domestic Goddess: How to Suck-up 101
Best Group Blog; Too Many Chefs
Best New Blog; Tiny Fork (sadly, no longer online as far as I can find. Looks like the domain was jumped on by a speculator, so no link)
Best Overall Food Blog; Chocolate & Zucchini

Go nominate your favorites for this year's awards now.

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at December 5, 2005 12:21 PM | TrackBack

Meg, I wanted to thank you about what you said when you nominated me for best post. You made me blush and get all veklempt. And, it meant that I was doing something right.

Thanks again!

Posted by Barbara on December 5, 2005 at 9:49 PM

Barbara, it was (literally) my pleasure! And thanks for nominating us - looks like we have a mutual admiration club going here! ; )

Posted by Meg in Paris on December 6, 2005 at 2:26 AM

What's not to like here? Barrett makes catty comments about Rachael Ray and gives me wicked giggles, and you and your adventure in Paris are endlessly interesting, and on top of it all--the recipes are good.

Like that wife soup stuff up above--that looks good. Even if the gods demanded sacrifice to make it...

Posted by Barbara on December 6, 2005 at 11:56 AM