Food Blogging


Sixty percent of a rabbit’s meat is in its hind legs. That’s why it’s so difficult to make one rabbit into a meal for four people. If you need some ideas on how to do it, then Anthony Georgeff’s Spiceblog is the place for you. Georgeff’s blog has the most amazing food pictures and some pretty startling writing as well. How about this:

If I were to tell you that I’d flown to a place where I’d eaten Macadamia Nut Chicken Kiev, been served drinks by an East German woman in her underwear*, enjoyed a performance by an acoustic guitar playing female singer supported by a cellist and a harmonica player over vodka tonics, went gourmet food shopping where we bought unpastEurised French cheese, attended a seafood dinner for 500, drank French beer with lamb cutlets, and had capers and olives with Little Creatures in a sunny beer garden; where would you say I’d been?

If you want to know the answer you’ll have to visit Anthony’s blog. And yes, you can find out about the blowtorch there as well.

Spiceblog is one of the food blogs featured in a piece that Trevor Cook has contributed to the December issue of the Walkley magazine.

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2024 years ago

gah I’m that embarrassed/flattered thing we don’t have a word for in English.

David Tiley
2024 years ago

That Spiceblog is pretty special. Anthony is a pioneer too.