Chez Pim Launches Thinglink

She quit her Silicon Valley job in 2005 to pursue a career in food reporting. Now Chez Pim writes one of the most popular food and travel blogs in the world at Chez Pim where she chronicles her globetrotting adventures –and misadventures- in the world of all things edible, from her kitchen in Northern California, to the vibrant street-side fares in Asia and the refined world of Three Michelin Star restaurants.

This week Chez Pim launched Thinglink image tags in Pim’s 2010 Holiday Gift Guide. Thinglink makes objects in photos clickable and connects readers more quickly to featured products, foods, restaurants and travel services. So if you see something you like in an image, you can link directly to more information about it or a retail store where you can buy it.

Pim’s recipes, writings, and photographs have appeared in the New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine, Bon Appétit magazine, and more. She’s also moonlighted as a judge on Iron Chef America, been profiled on Gourmet’s Diary of a Foodie, Food(ography), and cooked Pad Thai for Martha on the Martha Stewart Show.

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