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Jan 27 2014

A Brief Blog Profile: Burger Conquest

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Now here's a blog you can seriously sink your teeth into: Burger Conquest

This blog is one man's "glorious pursuit of delicious burgers."

Burger Conquest is written and managed by David “Rev” Ciancio, expert burger taster and a senior creative professional with 18 years experience in marketing and business development.

Ciancio mostly covers burgers in and around New York City and has the top ones ranked on the home page of his blog. Below that list, he's got the "best outside NYC." (Sadly, none are in the DC area or maybe it's on his radar to sample some burger goodness here.) Ciancio also organizes an event called the Polar Brrrger Club, where folks gather outside in wintry conditions and eat hamburgers.

I thoroughly enjoyed Ciancio's 12 Days of Burgers - Best Burger Conquests of 2013, where he says, "every moment of this blog and especially this year was a Burgery dream come true." Number of burgers reviewed in 2013: 76. (That's impressive.)

Follow @BurgerConquest on Twitter.

In other food news, we reviewed several notable food blogs in 2013. Here are some of our favorites: 

A Taste of Koko is written by Jane Ko, who tells readers not to be afraid to try food in its purest form. Through her blog, Ko writes about recipes, cooking and baking tips, restaurants and product reviews.

Mobile Cuisine delivers "every must-read street food, food truck, food cart and food stand story bubbling up across the web."

Bake or Break is the journal of an amateur baker. It features recipes from some of her favorite, trusted sources as well as original recipes.

Christine Cube is a media relations manager with PR Newswire and freelance writer. You can follow her @cpcube or see what's happening over @PRN4Bloggers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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