This is the sixth group of those nominees - we' re taking them 5 at a time, in alphabetical order. The first four posts are here.
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Minxeats -- In the blogger's words: "I am a Baltimore-based blogger with a real passion for eating, cooking, and more eating! Ok, food in general. I love new dining experiences - whether they be from my kitchen or yours - and sharing them with my readers." Recent posts by this D@L contributor have been on "pasta, porcini, and truffle salt" and an Iron Chef update.
My Morning Chocolate -- Jennifer Walker says she started her blog "to learn about food through cooking, reading, and traveling." Recent posts have been on peanut butter Krispy bars and sour beef and dumplings.
Rouxde Cooking School -- Learn how to "cook without class" on Rouxde Cooking School, says the Baltimore-based blogger, photographer, cook, writer, racounteur John Houser III. Recent posts have been on making Canadian bacon and the Baltimore hot-dog craze.
Savory Simple -- The blog charts a culinary student's journey from "amateur foodie to professional chef." Recent posts have been on pumpkin ravioli and brown butter sauce and pumpkin spice butter cake."
Stone Hill Farm -- The blog's title is the nickname for Nicole Summerville's "garden" in Stone Hill, where she says, "we have three pear trees, two fig trees, one apple tree and bees from a visiting neighbor's hive. A recent post photo-documents a group dinner at b in Bolton Hill.