She Simmers, Wine Terroirs, Traveler's Lunchbox, My Votes in Saveur Blog Awards 2011

Before heading to California for Hospice du Rhone, I voted for a few of the people who made it to the final cut of SAVEUR Best Food Blog Awards 2011.

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Amongst my votes:

Leela of She who Simmers, a taste of Thai (Best Regional Cuisine)

Bertrand Celce of Wine Terroirs who recently featured Hirotake Ooka, a Japanese transplant, now winemaker in the Rhone (in Best wine and Beer)

Third, A Traveler's Lunchbox, serving the world from Edinburgh.

Last, Monica Bhide of A Life of Spice for "Does a Recipe Need to be Complicated to be Good?" (Best Culinary Essay).

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