This week, in food blogs:
Eat Me Daily marveled at the fact that some woman in the U.K. carved a 1,000-pound giant crown made of cheddar and is giving it to the queen.
Eater was surprised to learn that Superdive is still going strong — now with weekly beer pong tournaments and co-ed wet T-shirt contests.
Grub Street discovered that the “dude food” trend has collided with the “less meat” movement in a PETA-sanctioned book called Meat Is for Pussies.
Feast listed 50 restaurants snubbed by Times critic Sam Sifton in his “Sifty Fifty,” a feature of a new iPhone app called The Scoop.
Serious Eats pitted breakfast sandwiches from 11 chains against each other and guess who won? (Hint: Harold and Kumar would approve.)
The Food Section unearthed edible crayons. As tasty as wax? Let your toddler decide.
The Atlantic Food Channel asked, “Can meat eaters also be environmentalists?” Nicolette Hahn Niman of Niman Ranch and author of Righteous Porkchop answers.
Midtown Lunch got excited about National Doughnut Day today and all the freebies associated with it. But, then again, didn’t we all?