So we get an email from Billie yesterday suggesting that we look at a website, Tastespotting in light of our food pornography tendencies. I go there and am sucked in for a good hour admiring all these delectable shots of food and food-related things people contribute to this online picturebook, or so it's conceived.
An offshoot of notcot.com, a design site, Tastespotting allows it's readers to submit pictures of their food finds, all of which are subject to the approval of their editorial team. As you can see, they are a little snooty about the kinds of photos they accept, and it does seem that many of them are taken professionally. I went through our Food Pornography set on Flickr, and believe it or not, out of 158 photos, only found two which I might potentially submit onto Tastespotting. I guess this means our pornographic proclivities are unabashedly of the more consumptive, rather than visual variety... ;)
[Update: I submitted one of the photos I mentioned in this post on edible items being used as photographic landscapes, and Tastespotting put it up! We didn't take the photo of course, but I'm enjoying the whole user-contribution vibe... :)]