Bits and bites and yet another fav find

Bits of me are scattering around the web these days. Here’s a quick list should you be interested. Or just look away if you don’t want to see me patting myself in the back.

Adam, that Amateur Gourmet Adam, was over here and share a dinner with me that he went ga-ga over –the dinner, not me. He’s got pictures even.

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I contributed –for the second year running- to the Go List in Food & Wine magazine that’s on the stand now. Go get a copy of the May issue of the magazine, or if check it out online here.

PiminoliveOver in London, Olive magazine asked me to give a bit of advice to their Smart Dining Tips from the Experts –and by experts they meant people like Giles Coren and Jay Rayner who were also on the list, not little me, I’m sure. It’s not online but a screenshot is here.

Down way under in Australia, Chez Pim got a mention with a spattering of other blogs like Noodlepie and Man That Cooks in Men’s Style Magazine. The article is not online either –what’s up with that- but Helen of Grab Your Fork was kind enough to flickr-ed it so I could see. Thanks!

Chez Pim was also recommended in Madame Figaro in February -with Clotilde, Pascale and a bunch of other bloggers. There was also a 50 best food websites list in the Independent (over in London) that Chez Pim was included in, unfortunately it’s not Moopockets
online so I can’t link to it. And another interview in Restaurant Magazine, which ran last month I think. I haven’t seen it either. When they get around to sending me a copy I might post it in case you are curious.

And now on to the fav find, inedible but delightful just the same. I found these irresistible little Moo pockets, made just for your Moo cards. If you have Moo cards, you simple cannot live without one of these. If you haven’t got Moo cards, well that’s your own damn fault, isn’t it?

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8 Responses to “Bits and bites and yet another fav find

  • Mary said:
    May 3rd, 2007 at 5:05am

    Shout it from the mountain tops Pim, you are awesome! Bravo!

  • Amy Sherman said:
    May 3rd, 2007 at 7:55am

    Another great case for Moo cards? The Altoids gum tin. It is a perfect fit. I like something hard sided and the little pop it makes upon opening is very satisfying.

  • George @ feedingfashionistas.com said:
    May 3rd, 2007 at 4:08pm

    Wonderful, Pim! It’s so nice to see great bloggers get their due. You remain an inspiration.

  • Jay Rayner said:
    May 4th, 2007 at 1:13am

    Stop the ‘little me’ bollocks, Pim my love. That schtick was past it’s sell by date way back.

  • Splatgirl said:
    May 4th, 2007 at 10:58am

    Hey, thanks for the link (and the fantastic Pad Thai tips, among other things). Email me your address so I can send you a MOOPocket!

  • Howard Vaan said:
    May 4th, 2007 at 5:15pm

    On the Olive Magazine scan the last line of Jay’s comment says “The downside to being Michael Winner . . .” and then gets cut off.
    What comes next?
    Feel free to make something up and take as long as you want . . .

  • Jay Rayner said:
    May 6th, 2007 at 10:55am

    …of course, is that everybody hates you.
    I know, I know. Oscar Wilde would have killed to have written that line. It really was worth waiting for, I’m sure.

  • Asha said:
    December 30th, 2008 at 8:26pm

    Hi Pim, regarding the Moo cards, they’re irresistibly cute and I want some, too, but I’m not sure what I would do with them. How have you used yours?

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