Irish Blog Awards nomination

Irish Blog Awards 2007 Wow! I’m delighted to see that Bibliocook is on the Best Specialist Blog longlist for this year’s Irish Blog Awards. You can read more about the awards goings on here, all the longlists for the various categories are here and – very important this! – you can vote for your favourites here.

The best thing about these kind of longlists is the opportunity to discover lots of different blogs. I’ve also noticed several old favourites like, Maguire’s Movies, The Sigla Blog, Maman Poulet, Blogorrah, Conor’s Bandon Blog, Winds and Breezes and Bubble Brothers. Other food blogs in my category – there are a total of 32 of us so forgive me if I don’t post the whole list – are Random Grub and Ice Cream Ireland. I’ve also come across An Irish Craftworker’s Good Life, Siopa Eile and Munster Pubs before but sites like One Breast Less, The Waiting Game and Burma Review also look well worth spending some time with.

Voting for this round will close on 16 February at 5pm and the award ceremony will take place on 3 March in Dublin’s Alexander Hotel. Big thanks to Damien and Jason for all their work on this and best of luck to all the nominees!



Food writer. Broadcaster. Blogger. Author. Married to Eight Degrees Brewing. Member of the Irish Food Writers' Guild, founder of Irish Food Bloggers Association and co-author of Sláinte: The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer & Cider (New Island)

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3 Responses

  1. Sinéad says:

    Hey there, thanks for the mention.I was talking to Neva last night and it reminded of something I meant to tell you a while ago. Over the last few weeks I’ve had tremendous cravings for brownies, so remembering that you make some very fine specimens, I was delighted to find your recipe here and have baked a couple of batches.They are FANTASTIC – thank you! They’re totally hitting my craving spot. 🙂

  2. Kieran says:

    Best of luck Caroline! You deserve to be in there. I also think that one of the best things about the awards is discovering so many new sites…

  3. Caroline says:

    Glad to hear it Sinéad – those brownies have gotten me through many a dining situation in the past, although never (as far as I know!) been the subject of cravings! Easy to make and good to eat. They’re always the best recipes.Kieran – good luck to yourself too. Are you going to make it to Dublin for the award ceremony?

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