Over these last few months, I’m getting into the “Foodie” Culture of bloggers from all over the world. I’ve been recently selected as a Featured Publisher on foodbuzz.com, which is big honor for me.  I’ve made hundreds of “foodie” friends online during this time.

I’d like to share some of my favorites with you, as they are folks much like me, expressing themselves in a new and exciting way.

If you’d like to see my profile on Foodbuzz, please click this link and you’ll see what I mean about this exciting new hobby of blogging. You’ll see hundreds of interesting blogs and you can “graze” from one to another by clicking “next” at the top of the page.

My very favorite food blog is www.SippitySup.com, written by Greg Henry. Of course, he has been a personal friend of mine for many years.  Greg presented his “Hollywood’s Golden Age” cooking class in my kitchen last month. He has many awards for his creativity, lovely photos and “far-out” recipes.

Then, another favorite is www.dricksramblingcafe.blogspot.com, written by Drick Perry.  Drick calls himself a “home-style” cook specializing in southern Gulf-coast dishes from Alabama and Louisana.  His Bananas Foster and Christmas Morning Strata are a couple of my all-time favorite recipes.

Lori Lynn is writing an amazing blog, www.tastewiththeeyes.com. Lori’s photos have received much recognition internationally. I’ve tried to follow some of her techniques, but I have lots to learn. Lori’s also an excellent cook who uses interesting and unusual recipes.  She is a finalist in this month’s Foodbuzz 24-24-24 contest.

Don’t miss www.chocolatepriestess.com, by chocolate fanatic Tammyjo Eckhart.  I started to read her recipes and couldn’t quit.  She writes a “Saturday Sacrament” that showcases here favorite chocolate recipe for that week.  It’s a very fun blog, so have lots of time when you open Tammyjo’s link, especially if you love chocolate!

Last but not least, is www.tokyoterrace.com, by fellow foreign foodie friend, Rachel White.  Rachel lives in Tokyo and you’ll see some similarities between her blog and mine.  She has written me that she would love to present a cooking class in my kitchen.  I have especially invited her to visit Boquete and to cook in my kitchen.  Maybe she’ll recipricate, Tokyo here I come!

If you love food and cooking, you’ll find lots of inspiration from any of these friends of mine. You’ll find hundreds of similar sites written by experienced food writers from all over the world on www.foodbuzz.com, but I think I’m the only food blogger from Panama. If you find another “foodie” from here, please let me know.  I’ve been having fun posting articles about Boquete, never realizing how many new friends would come my way.