Jun 192009

Hello food writers,

I’m hoping to create a useful place to read and comment on the world of food writing, whether a blog, feature article, review or tweet (In case you didn’t know, people are writing 140 character recipes now,  and the New York Times calls it the “first great recipe innovation in 200 years”).

Soon you’ll find links to lots of articles and sites on food writing. One of my favorites is the UK Guardian’s Top 50 food blogs list. They’ve also profiled some of the bloggers in  accompanying stories.

In the Blogroll you’ll find blogs and websites of some of the best food writers, including friends, students, and  clients.

Maybe you have a favorite topic you’d like to discuss. If so, please leave a comment below and let’s get’er done, as Larry the Cable Guy would say.

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  10 Responses to “Welcome to Will Write for Food”

  1. Dianne: Welcome to blogging! Good to see you here, and now I know where to find you on Twitter, too. From the dog-eared copy of WWFF to my post-IACP piece in WORDS – it’s been a fun journey. Great adventures around the corner, too. Stay tuned.

    PS can’t find you on Twitter – why not drop a badge here that gives one-click follow ability?

  2. Hey Jaqueline, you’re my fist official commenter. Thanks very much.

    Have no idea how to drop a badge here. I’m such a newbie. Meanwhile, my Twitter page is http://twitter.com/diannej

  3. Hi Dianne,
    All my best (but you know that)
    Thanks for creating yet another great tool for us wannabe food writers.
    Thanks for linking to my blog.
    I hope you enjoy your blogging experience as much as I do mine.
    ps — add a Facebook badge, too, once you figure out how to do it!

  4. Hi Dianne,
    Great Blog!

    I have a feeling (I know, “show not tell”) that this will become the best reference in my writing toolbox. I’ve used your book so often that it looks like a papyrus diary from Ramesses II.

    I especially loved the food blogs you linked to here.

    John Gutekanst

  5. Diane,
    I just found your blog while visiting food blog alliance. I have bookmarked your site and plan to check back regularly. Thanks for sharing your ideas and insight with us!

  6. I always enjoy finding a “good” blog. Thanx and I’m going to add you to my RSS feed.

  7. I like what you wrote! I’ve added your blog to my “reading material.” Keep me updated!

  8. Hi!
    I just found out about this new blog.
    How wonderful!
    I’ve subscribed, and tweeted, and am looking forward to reading more.
    And, personally, I’m not a big fan of tweeted recipes. To me, it’s not about the recipes. There are miillions out there. It’s about the stories connected to the recipes. Ah, the era of the (good) blogs.

  9. Welcome to the blogosphere, Dianne!

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