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Thursday, March 31, 2005


Hawaii food bloggers contribute to "1000 Recipes"

In this age of the Internet, blogs and podcasting, you'd think that bound paper cookbooks could be an endangered species. After all, with a Google search or by visiting any of several recipe sites on the Web, you can find a recipe for practically anything.

Instead, bloggers are writing cookbooks! There is an interesting project called 1000 Recipes that is circulating blank books to food bloggers to be filled in. Details of the project are here.

Two of Hawaii's best food bloggers, Alan from ma`ona, and Reid from `Ono Kine Grindz are contributing.

Alan has posted his effort on their website, and you can see the pages here. I shouldn't read food blogs at lunch time, I'm drooling over his recipes for homemade lasagna, Ban Xeo, and ginger and pineapple sorbet.


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