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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.

By now, you're probably checking out Burger Beast regularly, thanks to its reviews of Checker's' Baconzilla Burgers and tips on ordering from the secret menu at McDonalds.

You need something to wash all that food down with, and beer is the natural choice. So whether you're looking for commentary on Obama's choice of beer or a place to find the best local beer events head over to South Florida Beer Blog for all things hops.

She Craves is a blog written by a self-described "glutton with brains." After checking out this Minty Chicken Slaw recipe, we think she's on to something.

If you're tired of having to read all your food blogs, The Look and Taste show is a video blog put together by the people who used to run iFoods.tv. There are 20 episodes so far, and for those on the go, they have a handy iphone app so you can watch the show on the go.

Stephen Cooks is going through some website changes to make it more friendly to cooks who need help cooking for diabetics, but there's still a vast archive of recipes and entertaining writing available on the site.

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