Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Two New WV Food Blogs

That's right, the foodie-revolution is underway in Wild, Wonderful West Virginia.

You can read the adventures of culinary student (and already all-around superstar cook) E over at Urban Dive. When E and I talked about her blogging and then when I saw the writing I was psyched for a couple reasons. One, she makes damn good food and thinks about what it takes to make good food, well, good. And two, she's incorporating her LEARNING into her WRITING. We'll all get mad skillz from reading about delicious! Get on the train y'all!


More surprising was reading through my Facebook feed this morning and finding Ms. S on the Webs. You know One Single Cook as the provider of my enchilada sauce for my chilaquiles with baked egg. Now you'll get to know her for her complete creations.

Having talked food with both of these ladies for quite a while, I'm very excited about their leap into the interwebs. I hope you'll all follow along with E and S and their foodie-ventures.


Al Malekovic said...

My name is Al Malekovic (al@countrybobs.com) and I represent a very, very small company called Country Bob's, Inc. We are making a great sauce called, "Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce" and we would like to get the word out about our product.
I know that blogs are a great way to get information to the general public. I conducted a google search for food blogs and your name came and after looking at your blog, I was wondering if you would be interested in trying my sauce and perhaps reviewing it for me.

If you send me your name and address via e-mail, I would gladly send you a recipe brochure along with two bottles of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce in hopes that you would write a review.

If you would like more information, I would be glad to respond to any questions you might have. In fact, if you are interested in interviewing me after you've sampled the product, I would gladly make myself available!

Thank you for your consideration. www.countrybobs.com I will also give you two two bottle give a ways and just email me the winners and we will mail out.

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