14 Responses to “What I learned from Project Food Blog”


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  1. I loved all your presentations, sad not to see you move on ๐Ÿ™ You were a great competitor. I’ve also found a ton of great new blogs, it’s so fun!

  2. Sad you didn’t move on…but glad you learned a lot. I have definitely found some new blogs and tons of new recipes as a result of this project. Hope you have a good week

  3. Sabrina, I was also disappointed you didn’t move on. However, this post shows what a great person you are. I feel the exact same way about this project. I’ve been learning so much from other people and thrilled with the camaraderie. I’m so glad to know you Sabrina. Besitos amiga! Diana

  4. I was bummed to see you didn’t make it. Glad it was still a great experience for you though and I loved reading every post.

  5. I didn’t make it past the dinner party either. I really thought you would though! I was rooting for you the whole time. At least you were able to learn from the experience! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Glad you had a great experience even though you didn’t move on….I would have loved to see you move on as I love all your recipes. Thanks for sharing:)

  7. i think this sums up my experience as well…as bummed as i was that i didn’t get to move on, i have learned more about my kitchen creativity and other great bloggers than i would have if i hadn’t joined up. overall it was great!

  8. your dinner party was really awesome, I was disappointed to see you didn’t advance.

    many great things to think about and focus on here… ๐Ÿ˜€

  9. You are such a good sport! Thanks for showing us how you won, even though you didn’t ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Your posts and presentations were excellent. And your attitude is even better ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Everything is a learning experience ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. SO sorry you didn’t move on, but as always, you have such a wonderful perspective. So glad you came out the process seeing what you learned in the experience!

  13. Oh no, I was hoping you would advance, as we always get so inspired by you…your writing, recipes, and pictures. : )

    But I agree with it is so nice to have support within the blogger community!!

  14. And don’t forget, all the foodie friends you’ve met as a result of PFB…I’m sad you didn’t go on but I’ve also learned that this project definitely challenges each and every one of us to step beyond our comfort zones (while still holding dear to our core values in cooking/entertaining). I hope to see you at the Food Buzz Festival–thank you for the tips. It will be my first!

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