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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you really need to read daily, some people just can't get enough. Here are some highlights of other food blogs.

Will Jog for Food is keeping up with the whole "Let's exercise AND eat so we don't turn into huge hogs" thing. But don't let that throw you off, there's a great post on Hot Dog Etiquette.

Eat It, Miami is reviewing all kinds of restaurants in South Florida, and they're defending yuppies along the way.

...and the eggs isn't blogging as often as they used to, but there's a great Yangshuo Cooking School piece up from last month that you should read.

I Shot The Chef is taking the advice laid out in Will Jog For Food and beginning to eat healthier. Check out this easy recipe for Asian Chicken Salad.

Finally, Chadzilla is refocusing his blog, pulling together different styles of cooking, eating, and blogging into one cohesive unit. Check out this smorgasbord of appetizers, one of which should appeal to every foodie out there.


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