Farewell and thanks to BDN

After over a year of blogging at BDN, I have decided to consolidate my writing to just my personal blog site. While at first I was splitting my time between the two, I have more recently been posting the majority of my articles on the BDN site, but it is now time to move back to where it all started.

I want to say thanks to the Bangor Daily News for hosting my blog, the other bloggers who made the blog network what it was, and especially to Housewife Plus blogger extraordinaire Sarah Cottrell who helped me immeasurably in becoming a better blogger. Her nearly infinite knowledge was absolutely invaluable in making improvements to my blogging style.

For those who follow me here, you can now follow me at peterpeterportlandeater.com by going to the right side of the page, entering your email address, and clicking on the follow button. You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook per the information below. I am eternally grateful to anyone who follows me or reads my blog. Thanks to you all and see you on the other site.

Stay hungry.

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Peter Blanchette

About Peter Blanchette

Peter Peter Portland Eater grew up in Lewiston, Maine and graduated from the University of Maine in Orono with a degree in English. After college, he left the state to work in Massachusetts, but the allure of a more comfortable life in his home state brought him back after eight years. Upon his return and after meeting his now wife – Mrs. Portlandeater, he slowly integrated himself into the Portland food scene by trying as many restaurants as he could afford. That and a desire to write for others again led him to start Peterpeterportlandeater.com where he reviews restaurants and blogs about whatever Portland/Maine food topics he finds interesting.