Is there a better word than Foodie? We want to know.

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Mel Kettle (@MelKettle) writes of her adventures with food on her blog The Cook’s note book In her own words she isa marketing communication consultant and professional speaker with a love of all things food and wine.’ (this is Mel’s Thai Beef Salad)

I 1st encountered Mel when she was knee-deep in Baked Relief the flood/post flood feed the people creation of

Danielle (@digellabakes) On Monday 10 Jan 2011 I hashtagged #bakedrelief (on Twitter) to rally support for volunteers working on Brisbane floods. It got BiG!’ Baked Relief Read her Digella Emporium

Annie(@Anniepal) taught me how to make real pastry by tweets. Answering all emergency enquiries and guiding me as if she was standing next to me. The result was scrumptious, of course.  Annie blogs Scrumptious where she share with us ‘A window into the food I’m cooking, eating and thinking about.’

Jacqui (@everydaycook) is an EveryDayCook but not in an every-day kind of way. She tells the world ‘I Love food, cooking it, eating it, reading about it. The colour of it, the presentation. The history behind it. Everything about food!’ and she loves gorillas too. (Jacqui’s Brick Pastry is featured on the front page of this item)

Carol from Paris Breakfasts paints what we want to eat. You can even purchase her art, which funds her trips back to find more yummies to show us.

Danya (@passivegourmet) writes about ‘Turning my cookbooks from fiction to food, one meal at a time’ over at a    Passive Gourmet’s Blog and she has baby twins watching her.

Natascha (@nataschamirosch) writes all things food at Degustation However, she is just like all of us as this tweet shows. i found the 1/2 pumpkin i cooked last night still in oven this am. oh well pumpkin gnocchi w sage butter tonight.

A visit to Beth (@BethFishReads) from  Beth Fish Reads gets you to  Weekend Cooking open to anyone who has any kind of food-related post to share: Book (novel, nonfiction) reviews, cookbook reviews, movie reviews, recipes, random thoughts, gadgets, fabulous quotations, photographs. If your post is even vaguely foodie, feel free to grab the button and link up anytime over the weekend.

Somewhat more down to earth is Stephanie’s A Year of Slow Cooking a goal she set in 2008 and she is still going. Check out the Index. I loved learning to cook rice in a slow cooker.

Do you have a food/cooking blog?

What food blogs do you read? What cooks on Twitter do you follow?

Who can cook their way into your heart?

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  • Jane