Good Bite: Delicious Made Easy

by Matt on June 23, 2009

good-bite-color1Well folks, I’m so thrilled I can finally tell you about a new project we’ve all been working on called Good Bite. It launched last night and judging from the comments from the Twittersphere it looks like it’s off to a great start!

Billed as “Top Food Bloggers, fresh ideas – making cooking fun and easy”, Good Bite is a comprehensive site featuring a few of my favorite blogging peers (and yours truly) as well as great recipes and ideas. Click around the site, spend some time and you might actually discover some great recipes as well as see some of us in action. I can’t tell you how much fun it was to be a part of this project that was created by DECA, and would you look at who’s on the site? Holy moly it’s a fantastic line up and I’m honored to be in their company! It’s like a superstar food blogging panel and I’m lucky enough to call many of them close friends. How I snuck in under the radar I’ll never know.

But all this means nothing if there ain’t great easy recipes behind it. And there are, trust me. In fact I’ll be making one of Deb’s recipes this weekend when I’m not obsessing about how fat my head is or why one of my eyes is wonky or how it sucks to get old and lose all your hair.

Check out the site, watch my friends in action (especially Jaden, damn that woman was made for television, don’t you think?) and enjoy Good Bite!

Below is my first segment with the gorgeous Catherine and Diane. Seriously people, I get to hang out with beautiful girls like this? Don’t be jealous!

P.S. Diane did an amazing wrap up of the project over at her site. Make sure to check it out.

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Janet from Houston June 23, 2009 at 8:44 am

Wow! How impressive.
Now you need to get owners of the Home Hotel to do a video of their Home Hotel’s Homemade Salsa Golf.

Miri June 24, 2009 at 12:09 am

Oh! This is very exciting!

Just Cook It June 24, 2009 at 2:59 am

Congratulations – wonderful site and a great project. Looking forward to reading and seeing much more.

Uncle Beefy June 24, 2009 at 10:33 am

Congrats, Matt! Look at you go! My but they grow up fast, don’t they? (sniff, sniff, tear, tear) Seriously though, this is quite an accomplishment for all of you and I love the idea of having all of your great ideas brought together! Well done and I’ll look forward to seeing you over there at Good Bite! :)

Jen June 24, 2009 at 5:57 pm

This is really interesting. I will keep following it. Love to see bloggers expanding their reach.

dancing kitchen June 24, 2009 at 9:14 pm

You look delicious!! How fun to see you in video…you’re a natural. What a fun collaboration.

Nanciful June 25, 2009 at 12:54 am

OMG…you are so cute in goodbite.com! Great job and excited to see more episodes!

Preston June 25, 2009 at 6:08 am

I will definitely be checking out that site. And, at least for me, getting older means more hair. (on the back, neck, ears, etc…) LOL

flavia June 25, 2009 at 10:47 am

Hello Matt, I love food blogs and I’m a huge fan of food in general. I’m from PERU and i don’t know if you have heard of its unique cuisine… I know that Argentina has its meat…but that is all thats to it!
For sure, you have got to come to Peru and taste food here, its a whole different experience. I won’t say ceviche because as good as it is, its not the only thing we can offer. For example have you ever tried “huancaina” sauce or “ocopa” sauce? please google it, im sure youll find it very interesting and rich.
Other great things about peruvian cuisine is its enormous variety. If you go to the coast you will find various dishes made with rice, sea food, fish, potatoes and chiles in many forms. If you go to the North Coast you can eat delicious “stingray tortilla”. If you go to the south Coast you will find “Stuffed rocoto”. If you go to the Sierra youll find homemade cheese that exceeds any high standard expectations, homemade bread and potatoes. Im sure you know this but world known potatoes are original from Peru – we have around 2,000 kinds of potatoes. Even purple potato which many chefs around the world call “Gems of the Andes”.
Then, in the Peruvian Jungle you can eat “Juane” – a yellow tinted rice with chicken and eggs wrapped in bijao leaves- mmmm, or its variety of fresh water fish.
Im only naming one of these endless menu that PERU has to offer. So, if you want to have a bigger sense of food and ingredients, please come to PERU and find it out for yourself. I’ll just wait for your feedback on this. Thank you very much and congrats on your blog!

michelle @ TNS June 25, 2009 at 1:48 pm

checked it out after seeing the flurry of tweets. looks great, except that it’s lacking me.

seriously, it is great. really nice job; i’ll definitely be back.

jean June 26, 2009 at 12:05 pm

How exciting for you. Your a great writer and photographer and I’m very happy for your success! — Jean

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