Blogging is an increasingly popular way for people around the world to discuss issues on food, especially issues such as food consumption, preparation, preservation, and distribution. These blogs may include items such as recipe collections, reviews of restaurants and food sources, critiques of particular meals, histories of ingredients and specific dishes, recommendations of other blogs, and lists of resources. Blogs on other issues that have to do with food but that do not detail its actual consumption (e.g., blogs on health and political issues such as starvation, eating disorders, dieting, chronic famine, and hunger) are usually not categorized under food blogs.

The beginning of food blogging is recognized as the founding of the online discussion forum Chowhound by Jim Leff and Bob Okumura on July ...

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