I do. I read a couple of them in print, and the rest of them online.
I always read the food section of my two print papers, but I often forget to cruise the online food sections of, say, the LA Times or the Washington Post (whuh?).
I certainly do read the glossy food magazines I subscribe to, but I also read the blogs. Yeah, you, ya silly bloggies!
Well, my pal Leena is embarking on a study comparing blog food writing with print food writing, and the readers who read them.
Leena is an American student getting a masters degree in gastronomy in Australia. (And could I just get a do-over? When I was her age, there was no such thing as a degree in gastronomy. In Australia! Hmmpphhh! Jealous.)
Leena has posted a survey. She asked me for help directing traffic to her site. Come on, help out a grad student. It'll take about 10 minutes (and it's open only to
The survey runs for the next two weeks or so. I'll remind you if we need more participants later on in the month.
I'll find a way to get results to you if Leena can't do it herself. But I suspect Leena can do anything she sets her mind to.