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Food Blog Devoted to 'A Song of Ice and Fire' Fantasy Series

Does A Game of Thrones make you hungry? Find yourself craving fig-stuffed heron, cold egg lime soup, and the other tasties found in Westeros? SE reader Adam did, so he's decided to cook every single dish mentioned and described in the whole fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin. "Think of it as a medieval version of The Julie/Julia Project with a little Alton Brown on the side," he says of his new blog. More

A Blog of Burger Recipes for Every Country in the World

Learn about different cuisines around the world through the power of burger by reading Burgers Here and There, a blog documenting original burger recipes representing every country in the world—192 countries, as recognized by the United Nations. Burger blogger Linda Monach listed her guidelines for the project: recipes aren't necessary "authentic," but are inspired by the country's popular foods; ingredients are from local grocery stores, not ethnic or gourmet markets; and a burger is defined as a ground/shredded meat patty on top of a starchy base. More

Photo of the Day: Chocolate and Glazed Doughnut Burgers

For a slight twist on the regular doughnut burger, Nicholas Chen of My Inner Fatty made a batch with two kinds of doughnuts: double chocolate and honey glazed (bought from Tim Horton's). The double chocolate doughnut bun won points for being less sweet than the other doughnuts he tried: "Since the double chocolate donut uses a non-glazed cake base, it was just slightly bitter, and managed to hit the perfect spot in terms of sugar." More

Congratulations to the Winners of Saveur's 1st Annual Food Blog Awards

Congratulations to the winners of Saveur's 1st Annual Food Blog Awards! If you haven't read these great food blogs before, it's time to get started:

Best Baking and Desserts Blog: David Lebovitz
Best Wine Blog: Good Wine Under $20
Best Food Photography: Smitten Kitchen
Best Regional Cuisine: Homesick Texan
Best Special Interest Blog: La Tartine Gourmande
Best Culinary Travel: Cafe Fernando
Best Individual Post: Smitten Kitchen
Most Innovative Video Content: Food Wishes
Best Kitchen Tools and Hardware Coverage: Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn


Waitressing Hell: 'The Milk Crisis of 2005'

Allie Brosh of Hyperbole and a Half, a blog of random, awesome, funny things, recently recounted an instance of waitressing hell titled "The Milk Crisis of 2005." The crisis: Customer asks for milk. Customer disapproves of initial too-large glass of milk. Customer disapproves of second too-small glass of milk. Allie tries so hard to please dissatisfied milk-loving customer, but just can't win. Through Allie's words and emotive illustrations, you too can feel her pain and laugh at her misfortune. More

Hawaiian Plate Lunch Presentation 101

Don't know what a plate lunch is? Let Pomai of Hawaii-based food blog The Tasty Island show you the way with this comprehensive/insane round up of plate lunches spanning all kinds serving containers. You've got the paper plate in a cardboard box, wax paper in a cardboard box, white Styrofoam "clamshell" takeout containers, black Styrofoam "clamshell" takeout containers, clear plastic takeout containers, and more, all piled high with rice, noodles, Spam, fried meats, teriyaki, sushi, macaroni salad, and...more. Probably best if you don't read this on an empty stomach. More

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