Bleating from the edge

Okay, we’ve had loads of submissions for names for this Australian Food Bloggers’ Conference.

What seems to be popular is variations of Eating on/from The Edge.

Which do you prefer:

1. Eating on the edge

2. Bl…eating on the edge

3 Bl…eating from the edge

4. Bleating from the edge

5. Bleating on the edge

6. (Bl)eat

7. (Bl)eating on the fringe

Unless you have a better suggestion


12 Comments on “Bleating from the edge”

  1. Reemski says:

    Joyce’s suggestion too, Eat Drink Blog

  2. I vote for Eat Drink Blog

  3. sawks says:

    1. all the variants variants on bleating have a negative connotation – that’s what people like George C do about bloggers 🙂

  4. How about Crumbs in the Keyboard?

  5. GOBcon: Gourmet Online Bunch Conference, or just simply GOB

  6. tummyrumbles says:

    Loving both Eat Drink Blog and GOBcon.

    GOBcon could also stand for Gourmet Online Bloggers Conference ?!?

  7. Christine says:

    How about – foobloco

  8. Melissa (KitchenEnquirer) says:

    I have a suggestion for the name. Foodies on the Fringe… From belly to blog this conference will help you digest it all.

  9. Ed says:

    One aspect of the naming is that the conference coincides and ties in with a one week food blog photo exhibition. It also is fringe as it kicks off as the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Ends.

    I’m not sure any encompass that yet.

  10. foodnutzz says:

    I love Joyce’s suggestion too.

    Not all bloggers are ‘gourmet’, not all are on the fringe or the edge, but we all eat, drink, blog!

  11. Zoe says:

    I love GOBCon, but I think Eat Drink Blog is very good too.

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