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Blog Watch: Ideas in Food, Twitter, and Turnips

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Twitter was inspiration for several South Florida food bloggers last week. The Chowfather concludes that Twitter is killing his blog, so he sums up all of his 140-character food and restaurant thoughts for 2011 in one post. Over at Chadzilla, author Chad Galiano shares compilations of 140-character recipes posted by pastry chef Will Goldfarb (who, by the way, will hold two dessert tastings April 2 in Miami).

Moving away from Twitter, Food for Thought recaps the latest Cobaya dinner featuring chef Alex Talbot of the famed blog and now book Ideas in Food.

Redland Rambles gives us her thoughts about the Upper Eastside Market.

Tinkering With Dinner mistakes a watermelon radish for a turnip, but he makes chips anyway.

The Burger Beast will sponsor yet another food truck event, March 11.

Follow Short Order on Facebook and Twitter @Short_Order.

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