The Seattle University Spectator did an article last week on Molly:

“A local blogger’s sweet success”:http://www.su-spectator.com/entertainment/a-local-blogger-s-sweet-success-1.1010695

bq. Orangette exists as one of the zestiest food blogs around. Named last year by the Times of London as the number one food blog of 2009, creator Molly Wizenberg continues to dominate the Internet food scene from her home in Ballard.

Dominating the Internet food scene is no easy task. It requires a supercomputer with lots of wires coming out the top, various bunsen burners and beakers, and an evil laugh. And it requires a podcast: Spilled Milk is featured in the article! (P.S.: Despite what the article says, there is only one New York Times bestselling author associated with this show, and it’s not Matthew. It’s our mentor and executive producer, Dan Brown.)

Next order of business: if you look over in the sidebar, there’s a “share on Facebook” button. This will let you post a link to the show as a Facebook status update. We also have a Facebook page where you can become a fan:

“Spilled Milk on Facebook”:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Spilled-Milk-Podcast/247350366259

Have you noticed that if you say “Facebook” a bunch of times, it doesn’t sound like a word? Oh, wait, *it’s not.* But become our fan anyway, because if we hit one thousand fans, executive producer Dan Brown will let us out of our subterranean offices to frolic, briefly, in the crisp winter air, like in that Ray Bradbury story.

Our next episode will be out Thursday, January 21, 2010. You will be thrilled and horrified to learn that Episode 2 is nearly twice as long as Episode 1, and it features a harrowing reenactment of the French revolution.