"We’ve spent days and nights researching, coding, compiling, and writing to make this list complete and flawless. While working, we noticed patterns we think are important. Here’s our take in a series of short points: • Activists and political commentators dominate the Lebanese blogosphere. • Foodblogs as an entire group also dominate and have the tightest design, best writing, and most professional feel. • Humor, sarcasm, and entertaining writing are nowhere to be found in general with very few exceptions. • As opposed to the rest of the world, teenage blogs are pretty absent in Lebanon. • More and more blogs are done by teams, like 2Famous.TV, Karl reMarks.com and Brofesional review." NoGarlicNoOnions is part of the list and I would like to thank 2famous.tv team for that and congratulate them on the great coding; It's a hell of a job, bravo. They described the website in a way that made me laugh hard. Interesting how people see the site... I never realized it was seen like that. Interesting!
"A food blog written by passionate foodie who works as a dentist. He’s based in Beirut but blogs about his adventures all around the world. We can tell he’s got a high budget because it’s not like we are going to any of the places around town that he’s reviewing, except for Frosty Palace which is in our neighbourhood but a place that’s so expensive we had to SPLIT a shake and a burger. I mean he didn’t even mention that the burger was $20. Hello, that aint no diner prices bro. Obvi his audience is the people who hang out in the souks/blow their dough on expensive eats. But he’s always sharing some cool and innovative cooking gadgets and we dig that."