Great blog post - 15 Food Blogger Trends of 2012 That Need to Go
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Posted: 1/4/2013 3:33:55 AM
A good friend of mine (also my "boss" ) posted this at BlogHer.

15 Food Blogger Trends of 2012 That Need to Go


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Posted: 1/4/2013 4:18:38 AM
I now want colored cake twine and mini milk bottles.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 4:48:42 AM
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Posted: 1/4/2013 4:57:44 AM
I love her closing line:


PS: Some people tried to get me to talk smack about pimento cheese, brown butter, bacon and pies. They're dead to me now.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 5:51:47 AM
I loved 10 and 12.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 6:10:05 AM
Totally true... there are some really obnoxious food bloggers out there. The step by step photos are what get me riled up... it makes the blog post so long and it's just so unnecessary.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 6:16:59 AM

This whole conversation with her was followed with a "Bless their hearts," so she's serious about this.

My favorite line.

All in all, she hit on a lot of truths there.








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Posted: 1/4/2013 6:29:22 AM
I was prepared to be all "hey, I like that!" about all of them (and some of them I was cause I love looking at multi colored bakers twine and cute props) but she really nailed it. If I had a dime for every "cake mix" or "funfetti" recipe that was in an end of the year Top 12 list, I would be posting this from my tropical vacation. And the copycat/seasonal trends... when the first person posted hummingbird cupcakes, I thought "huh, cute." When like the 15th blogger posted their variation of hummingbird donut pancakes, I was done. And I can only think of one blogger who stuffs everything but yeah, oreo stuffed peanut butter cup wrapped brownie chocolate chip cookies - wtf?



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Posted: 1/4/2013 6:49:19 AM
Ok, I'm going to admit I like the pictures and am a tad disappointed when there aren't a lot of pictures. Yes, some go a bit overboard but I do like pictures of every step.

Granted I'm a fairly inexperienced cook in many ways.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 6:59:06 AM
Loved it!

I can totally get on board with her thinking about National Tequila Day being every day that ends in a "y".


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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:12:10 AM

And I can only think of one blogger who stuffs everything but yeah, oreo stuffed peanut butter cup wrapped brownie chocolate chip cookies - wtf?
This trend reminds me of being in culinary school where we'd always try to pick the most complicated recipes possible for our test plates. So things like "maple brined, pinenut encrusted saddle of venison stuffed with jalapeno studded cornbread and cranberry stuffing with a rosemary scented jus" (that's not an actual recipe, I just made it up... some of the flavours don't really go together... well, they could... but it would have be adjusted and tested... but that's not the point). It was fun, but it drove me crazy.

Oh another thing that kind of gets my goat is the obsession with foie gras, pork belly (not bacon), and truffles. Yes, I totally get that these things are trendy amongst foodies but the average Joe isn't going to go for that.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:20:48 AM

o things like "maple brined, pinenut encrusted saddle of venison stuffed with jalapeno studded cornbread and cranberry stuffing with a rosemary scented jus"


I think someone made this on the Next Iron Chef. With a side of caramelized blue cheese yam foam.



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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:24:31 AM

I think someone made this on the Next Iron Chef. With a side of caramelized blue cheese yam foam.
GAH! Pardon me while I bang my head against my desk because of your foam mention. Seriously. The whole foam thing and the whole molecular gastronomy thing sends me off the radar. Gah! And I'm sure they did do it on any of the Iron Chefs. It would have been a great inspiration for us Culinary students had it been around. I roll my eyes A LOT when I watch the Iron Chef shows. Can't watch the Next Iron Chef though... makes me want to curl in a ball and hide.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:28:59 AM

Can't watch the Next Iron Chef though... makes me want to curl in a ball and hide.


Because imagine the day you'll be stuck in an airplane bathroom with only cornflakes, caviar, marscapone and an ice cream machine to whip up a gourmet meal for 50.



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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:30:35 AM
I guess I don't read enough food blogs to be annoyed by any of these. I personally love seeing props and little packages tied up with twine because I know that I personally will never have the patience or inclination to do stuff like that. I do like to look at it though.

The only one I can get behind is 13) quinoa. I've tried and I've tried but it still tastes like butt to me.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:33:38 AM
Hey, I ordered some twine! I like it!

I agree and can relate with most of it. The whole sticking a food into a food and baking it. I have been shocked at how popular those post are. Cake pops....no thank you! I have never liked them.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:40:05 AM
That was refreshing. Loved it.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 7:40:32 AM

Because imagine the day you'll be stuck in an airplane bathroom with only cornflakes, caviar, marscapone and an ice cream machine to whip up a gourmet meal for 50.
Well I do always carry my professional ice cream machine with me when I fly... you know... just in case.

Honestly though? I can't watch the competition shows... it's too much like school to me.


Hey, I ordered some twine! I like it!


I have some twine too! I used it when I packaged some rhubarb cake for a food swap. I have no idea where it is now... but I have some. Though it may not qualify because I don't think I bought it...

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Posted: 1/4/2013 8:14:45 AM
Completely agree! and FYI - I hate foam, I would never order anything with form because to me it reminds me of backwash.....and I don't want anything that looks like backwash on my plate.






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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:20:24 AM

Completely agree! and FYI - I hate foam, I would never order anything with form because to me it reminds me of backwash.....and I don't want anything that looks like backwash on my plate.


Oh. My. God. You are so right. I'd never thought of it that way. So true. So so true.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:31:31 AM
I've got to admit that I love the step by step photos...but I seriously can't be the only person on the planet that is disgusted by cake pops!! They taste like they've already been chewed. I had them once. I almost vomited. Who seriously thinks pre-chewed food tastes delicious?...besides Alicia Silverstone's kid?




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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:49:39 AM
Those are GREAT! Although, I do think the twine is cute and I also like the step-by-step photos - they really help when you don't know what consistency something should be when a recipe says something like "cook over medium heat until thickened".

And while we're on the topic, can we PLEASE stop calling bartenders "mixologists"? My eyes nearly roll out of my skull every time I see that pretentious term.



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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:53:13 AM
I really love colored baker's twine. I could use it on anything and be more happy for having had used it.

And I like step by step pictures, too. (See my "Help me with a Pinterest Pin" thread......I need full tutorials for everything. )


But I am definitely ready to never see another cake mix recipe, cake pop, brownie pop, marshmallow pop, donut pop, etc, etc..

I also totally agree with the something inside of something recipe trend, too.


Fun post, no matter which parts you agree or disagree with, though. TFS.



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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:54:56 AM
I'm happy to report that I've never had a cake pop.

I saw a news piece a few weeks ago that discussed shopping in resale shops. One of the most popular items for sale in the kitchen department was cake pop makers.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:00:27 AM
I just got into food blogs this year looking for "skinny" and vegan recipes. But those are too funny.

I do like the step by step pics. It help me see if it am doing things right based on how mine looks compared to theirs.

And the cake pops made me laugh so hard. I made brownies in mini muffin pans for a Christmas party at work. I could not get them out! So I scooped them out with a spoon and rolled them into balls. Stuck in a stick, froze them, dipped them in melted Ghiradelli chocolate, and sprinkled sugar on top. Just to try and save the unsalvageable brownies. I had more compliments and emails asking me for the recipe than on anything else I made. I was told that they were a little bite of heaven on a stick. I didn't even get to try one, they were gone so quickly. Guess people like them which is why they end up on blogs so often. I think they're a lot of work for a little bite, heaven or not.





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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:04:02 AM
okay the oreo-peanut butter cup-brownie-cookie dough treat is one of the most evilly Delicious treat/dessert ever.
My daughter took some to school and her friends were begging for more.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:11:52 AM
OMG before I even read this I thought, "Please, please let her include a recommendation that they stop including so many pictures of every step."

1) If I'm scrolling through my iPad in my kitchen down to the recipe, this is a pain.
2) I picture of a dough or battered showing me what it should look like is helpful. It helps me know I've "done it right." I don't need to know what flour looks like as it's artistically poured into the bowl.
3) It screams, "I worship at the altar of the Pioneer Woman." Who is fantastic, but the world doesn't need 100 of her.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:30:30 AM
I loved that post. I don't even follow very many food blogs and I'm tired of nearly everything in that post.

There's a craft blogger that keeps trying to make her "special" tarted up chocolate dipped oreos happen and every time I see a post with one I think two things: 1. How lazy can you be to think $2.50 cookies on a stick dipped in faked chocolate is a unique treat? 2. you're trying too hard and you aren't going to be the next Bakerella. Give it up.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:33:03 AM

1) If I'm scrolling through my iPad in my kitchen down to the recipe, this is a pain.

Totally agree. My point exactly. And I have a mini... which makes it worse!


2) I picture of a dough or battered showing me what it should look like is helpful. It helps me know I've "done it right." I don't need to know what flour looks like as it's artistically poured into the bowl.

But... but... but... it makes it taste better if it is artistically poured in said bowl.


2) I picture of a dough or battered showing me what it should look like is helpful. It helps me know I've "done it right." I don't need to know what flour looks like as it's artistically poured into the bowl.
3) It screams, "I worship at the altar of the Pioneer Woman." Who is fantastic, but the world doesn't need 100 of her.
We don't even need one of her... let alone all the copycats.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:33:24 AM
My #1 food blog criticism is that if you don't know how to make a clickable printable recipe and preferably one that's just the recipe and not your whole blog entry with its 2000 photos of how to melt a pat of butter, don't be a food blogger.



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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:40:07 AM
These are perfect.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:42:02 AM

Cake pops' cuteness hides the fact that they are actually one of the plagues mentioned in the Bible.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 10:51:28 AM
The biggest problem I have with the 50 step-by-step photos is when I want to print their recipe. My choice at that point - assuming they don't have the plug-in that takes care of it - is to either print a 75 page recipe or copy/paste it into Word and spend 20 minutes deleting the photos.

And I've taken a couple of uber popular foodies out of my feed because once they made it big they don't really post recipes anymore. All the posts are 'look at me' in whatever city a sponsor has sent them to. Great for them, boring for me.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 12:07:27 PM
I don't follow food bloggers AT ALL so only a few of these I could relate to (because of my exposure through Pinterest).

Every time I go to a food blog the first thing that comes to my mind is this: "Girl. You're trying way too hard!"


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Posted: 1/4/2013 12:42:07 PM

okay the oreo-peanut butter cup-brownie-cookie dough treat is one of the most evilly Delicious treat/dessert ever.


I don't follow food blogs. Is this it?

Bottom layer cookie dough
Second Layer Oreo or Reese Cup
Pour Brownie batter over the top

When you make them did you put them in a cupcake pan with a liner or in a cake pan and cut into squares? They look delicious!!


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Posted: 1/4/2013 1:07:58 PM

Or 50 pictures of the finished dish taken from 12 different angles and 50 pictures take from different distances at the same angle (6 inches, 9 inches, 12 inches, 18 inches etc.)
There's a card blog I follow that does this. 50 pictures of the finished card at all angles and all distances. Same card.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 1:19:14 PM
I enjoyed reading the article. I go to food blogs from Pinterest and other places, but don't follow even one, so the trends are lost on me. I'm pretty much an all recipes girl when it comes to recipes anyway.

Hey GC --- Don't you go hatin' on my Next Iron Chef now. Love that show! It's funny that I like Next Iron Chef so much because I'm pretty much the anti-foodie, lol. My palette is always the opposite of what foodies enjoy. I like Velveeta, "cream of" soups, and canned veggies.
I didn't know you went to culinary school. You are a woman of many talents.

PS....I agree with everyone about the foam. Not appetizing to me in any way!


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Posted: 1/4/2013 1:44:03 PM
Hey now- no hating on Next Iron Chef. Alex is my girl.

I don't get the foam thing either. But I have to say I've been encouraged to try a lot of new/unfamiliar foods because I've seen them prepared on TV.

My complaint about most food bloggers is that it's the same old stuff. I don't need a killer pot roast recipe or endless cupcake variations. Blog about something new and interesting to me and I won't quibble about whether or not it's tied up in twine.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 1:59:53 PM
Okay now ladies, my cousin makes cake pops - for little children's themed birthday parties and they are delicious in an adorably decorated creamy frosting meets melt-in-your-mouth cake sweetness way.

The difference is her target audience is 4 - and she's not blogging endlessly about them like she invented the wheel.

Those weird round balls baked up in the cake pop maker are NOT the same thing at all. I don't doubt the cake pop baker will join the quesadilla maker on garage sale tables across the nation.




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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:00:19 PM
Okay now ladies, my cousin makes cake pops - for little children's themed birthday parties and they are delicious in an adorably decorated creamy frosting meets melt-in-your-mouth cake sweetness way.

The difference is her target audience is 4 - and she's not blogging endlessly about them like she invented the wheel.

Those weird round balls baked up in the cake pop maker are NOT the same thing at all. I don't doubt the cake pop baker will join the quesadilla maker on garage sale tables across the nation.




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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:06:13 PM
Writermom, How does your cousin make her cake pops?


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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:13:23 PM

And I've taken a couple of uber popular foodies out of my feed because once they made it big they don't really post recipes anymore. All the posts are 'look at me' in whatever city a sponsor has sent them to. Great for them, boring for me.


This!

Especially if each picture they post from their fabulous trip is so overly photoshopped and color enhanced, you practically need sunglasses to get thru the whole post.





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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:22:00 PM
My 12 yo dd was going to buy the cake pop maker with her Christmas money. I told her to read reviews. She decided not to buy it.


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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:32:41 PM
"Turducken of the baking world" made me LOL because it is so true. Good post!


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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:41:30 PM
One trend I missed on that list: The multicoloured cakes. Rainbow layers. Those just scream 7 layers of cancer on a plate to me. I would never put that in my mouth, but maybe I'm weird

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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:43:58 PM
I'm so glad that someone else thinks quinoa tastes like ass.

I feel like I'm supposed to like it, but I just don't.

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Posted: 1/4/2013 2:52:06 PM
I don't hate The Next Iron Chef. I just can't watch it like I can't watch any other competition show. It's too much like test days at school and it just sends me back to a place with meanie instructors that yelled at you. Also can't watch most Gordon Ramsey shows for this reason.

I'm sure it's a lovely show. I just can't watch it.



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Posted: 1/4/2013 5:39:28 PM

Oh another thing that kind of gets my goat is the obsession with foie gras, pork belly (not bacon), and truffles. Yes, I totally get that these things are trendy amongst foodies but the average Joe isn't going to go for that.


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I'm with you on the foie gras though!
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