I was quite surprised and pleased to learn to today that Vinography was featured in the January issue of Bon Appetit Magazine that hits newsstands today. The issue is about what's hot and new in the food and entertaining world, and apparently food blogs are "all the rage." Along with yours truly, the magazine mentioned Saute Wednesday, SliceNY, The Food Section, and Grocerylists.Org. If someone had but bothered to ask, I could have pointed them to several others of high quality (see my links to the lower left on the front page), but I'm certainly not complaining. I'd like to extend a particular welcome to Bon Appetit readers. Enjoy!
For those who do have not and might not pick up the magazine, here's a
scan of the article.
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