But, have you noticed how, once a story gets picked up by the bloggers, it seems like everyone feels the need to blog about that specific story? Not to mention the blogs that just blog about what they read in someone else's blog. Enough, already, people. I feel like I'm reading the same blog over and over again.
Here are some examples of what I will not be writing about here:
What Barack Obama likes to eat
What was served at the Barack Obama inauguration parties
My opinion about Barack Obama's appearance on Check, Please
Who Barack Obama will/should choose to be the White House chef
Where in Chicago I should go to watch the inauguration
What Chicago bakeries make cute Barack Obama-themed cupcakes or cookies
(Don't get me wrong, here. I like Obama. I supported Obama and worked for his campaign. It's just not a food-related event, no matter how badly everyone wants it to be.)
Here are a few more:
Why Top Chef sucks this season
That new friggin' place that makes meatloaf cupcakes
Food or drink products that people attempt to market by linking them to our corrupt governor
I will not be doing a best-of 2008 piece or re-cap
I will not be doing any New Year's resolution entries
I will not declare that something is "the new" something else. ie, "tripe is the new foie gras".
and, coming soon (you can count on it)....
Where to watch the Super Bowl
What to eat during the Super Bowl
Regional food specialties of Super Bowl teams Arizona and Pittsburgh
Where to eat for Valentine's Day
Super-expensive fancy chocolates to buy your sweetie for Valentine's Day
Gaaaahhhh. Make it stop!
Want to read a great blog that gets updated all the time, that's all about food?
Check out King T's blog.
Thanks, Titus. Thanks for just being you.