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Bam! Emeril on the iPod

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May 02, 2005

Bam! Emeril on the iPod

Heather Green

Talk about reaching out to your fans when they need you. Ken Leebow at Incredible Blogs points out the free downloads and RSS feeds of weekly menus and recipes that the chef Emeril Lagasse dishes up on his site, Just an example of an innovative way of reaching out to people within the context of their lives (like, say, when they're standing in the aisles trying to figure out what to have for dinner) using blogging technologies.

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Emeril Lagasse's restaurant has recipes, meals and contact information for your iPod. Check out the website for more. Link via Blogspotting. [Read More]

Tracked on May 3, 2005 11:41 AM

This is a comment regarding Emeril's restaurant the Delmonico in the Venetian in Las Vegas. Two of our friends along with us dined there last week. They tauted it to be an excellent steak restaurant. It was the worst steak I have ever had and at $40 I was more than disappointed. We certainly made a mistake in picking that restaurant over Wolfgang Puck's. Believe me, it will never happen again.

Posted by: Margie Mayer at May 5, 2005 02:22 PM

Story was first picked up by superchefblog three months prior, in February 2005:

Posted by: iPodisticist at September 8, 2005 12:11 AM

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