Foodbuzz Announces $10,000 “Project Food Blog” Competition

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This summer, the online food networking site Foodbuzz will be hosting a contest that's the first of its kind:  "Project Food Blog," an interactive competition to find the next sensational culinary blogger.

Ryan Stern, Director of Publishing and Managing Editor at Foodbuzz, says that he's constantly impressed by the level of passion and talent that Foodbuzz writers bring from across the globe -- and their zeal shouldn't go unnoticed. "Project Food Blog will provide a forum to showcase this talent and give passionate bloggers a much deserved chance to be in the spotlight."

The competition will take place in the late summer and fall of 2010, consisting of challenges that will showcase each contestant's creativity, passion for blogging, and love of all things food. Entries will be judged by a celebrity panel -- including Food & Wine's Editor-in-Chief Dana Cowin -- as well as the massive Foodbuzz online community.

After the competition has ended, Foodbuzz will announce its "Project Food Blog 2010" winner at the Second Annual Foodbuzz Blogger Festival in San Francisco on November 6. The winner will receive a one-year contract with Foodbuzz as well as a cash prize of $10,000.

Those interested in entering the competition or voting procedures can check out the official rules at Foodbuzz.


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