"21 Local Must-Read Food Blogs" by Lisa DeCanio, BostInno.com, 8/8/12
"Fork It Over, Boston! is a stream of restaurant reviews and recipes, and I’m a huge fan of her up close and personal photos of her dishes.""Everyone's a critic" by Ike DeLorenzo, The Boston Globe (G Section) and Boston.com, 6/2/10
"Talented civilian reviewers who outgrow review sites are creating alternatives. Successful writers on Chowhound and eGullet (a popular bulletin board for food discussions), have gone on to create compelling food and restaurant blogs. In this area, there’s North Shore Dish (www.northshoredish.com), Eat Boutique (www.eatboutique.com), The Boston Foodie (www.thebostonfoodie.blogspot.com), Fork It Over, Boston (www.forkitoverboston.blogspot.com), and Table Critic (www.tablecritic.com).""Dining out in difficult times" by Greg St. Martin, Metro, 1/27/09
"In these harsh economic times, using blogs about restaurant reviews — as well [sic] resources such as Yelp and Citysearch — is becoming increasingly popular for those customers looking for a sure thing before they head out to eat. One of those bloggers is 23-year-old Rachel Blumenthal of Brighton, who recently also created a social networking site (Bostonfoodbloggers.com) to “unite,” well, the food bloggers of Boston. “There’s a lot of them out there,” she said.""Food Blogs" by Teresa Hanafin, Boston.com RAW Photography section, 1/20/09
"I promised you a list of New England food blogs; here are links to about 25. Many have some very good photography."
On other blogs:
"100 Boston Food Bloggers - Part I" - Food Safety by iPura, 1/21/11
"Fork It Over, Boston by Rachel Blumenthal is excellent. Rachel has a master's degree in Science Journalism from Boston University, and has mastered the art of food blogging as well. She paints vivid pictures, weaves entertaining narratives and writes things like, "Echolocation would come in handy here," when describing a night dining in the dark. She shares blogspace with her "co-conspirator" Joel Edinberg. Between the two authors, you will come away feeling like catching a plane to Boston for a culinary experience out of the ordinary."