Thanks everyone for your nominations. The poll for Best Food Blog of 2014 is right over here http://www.chow.com/food-news/158571/...
Do you find yourself browsing through food and/or cocktail/beverage blogs throughout your day? Tell us your favorite food and/or cocktail/beverage blogs for one, or all 10 blog categories mentioned below. These blogs do not have to be new, they could have been established 6 months ago, or 6 years ago - there’s no time restrictions in this category! When you nominate your favorite blog(s), please be sure to include the following:
-Name blog category for nominated blog
-Name of blog
-Link to blog
-If you see that your favorite blog has already been recommended, please use the recommend heart button to give an additional nomination nod for that particular blog.
-You may also nominate your own food/beverage blog as long as you properly disclose your relationship to it.
Optional: share a line or two of why the blog(s) deserves to be considered the best recipe for each specific list.
Through Sunday, December 7, you’ll have the opportunity to share your nominations on this board thread and then from your suggestions, we’ll build our voting polls. If we do not receive enough recommendations for a particular category, CHOW’s editorial team will create a list of hand-picked nominations.
For the full breakdown of all Best Of 2014 categories, check out our announcement post here: http://www.chow.com/food-news/157378/...
We want as many Chowhound suggestions as possible, so please share your nominations -- we can’t wait to hear about your favorite food and/or beverage blog. Cheers -- let the nominating begin!
-Kids’ Cooking Blog
-Regional Cuisine Blog
-Culinary Travel Blog
-Wine or Beer
-Baking and Dessert
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