Sunday, October 09, 2005

Bloggers and cereal

It's been a quiet week in the world of cereal.
But, bloggers keep posting their experiences with and reflections on cereal. Here are significant postings from this past week:
Marketing guru Seth Godin reflects on the limited variety of cereals that hotels, restaurants, etc. offer their customers, and the advantages (for both sides!) in offering more choices.
chibistarlette complains about the dried fruit in many cereals. "They're like styrofoam!"
offcentercrew rants about the "soggy mushy hell" practical joke that cereal companies create for you when you use the crumbs at the bottom of the bag.
modernmedicine reviews Post Marshmallow Mania Pebbles, granting a "thumbs down".

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1 comment:

Marc said...

Lloyd and B. Bowl blog readers might be interested in a segment on the August 27 Good Food program from KCRW. The show's host interviews David Hoffman, author of The Breakfast Cereal Gourmet. Some of the recipes sound fantastic. The interview is near the beginning of the program.

It's not exactly a blog, but still an ode to the greatness of cereal and worth listening to. It can be streamed from the above link and is downloadable as a podcast through iTunes and other podcasting applications.