I asked several of my friends, foodie and otherwise, on Twitter if they had any New Year’s resolutions that involved food. Sure eating less and losing weight turned up in their responses, but so did a whole lot more. See what chefs, bloggers, real estate agents and more are resolving to change about their food in 2010.

@glueandglitter: I probably need to cut down on fried things in 2010. Also, pack hubby's lunch more!

Becky from Glue and Glitter is my go-to person for Vegan advice.

@grndiva Food resolution for 2010: Purchase at least 50% of my family's food as I can that's grown w/i 100 miles. I'm well on my way!

Val is one half of the coolest podcast duo ever on More Hip Than Hippie.

@chefmarksmith: Creating a recipe for NJ wine based Sangria & working the farmer's market into my specials through the season

Chef Mark is owner and chef at my favorite restaurant The Tortilla Press.

@follownathan: I am looking to step back to my Gmas footsteps and make foods from scratch w/local products

Nathan biked all the way across America this year meeting and interviewing small food producers along the way.

@EatingInSJersey: More focus on cooking using local ingredients and coming up with new recipes using those ingredients

John and his wife Lisa are champions of South Jersey’s local foods and restaurants on their blog John and Lisa are Eating in South Jersey.

@unhealthytruth: Embrace Change and take those Baby Steps, restoring the health of our kids, one bite and one month at a time!

Robyn is the author of The Unhealthy Truth – one of 2009’s must-read books for food and child health advocates.

@DerekMarkham: My food resolution for 2010 is to attempt an even more localvore diet, and grow a huge garden in our little yard.

Derek is known as The Natural Papa and a sustainable living expert.

@MyGreenSide: Plan out my meals each week to make sure family’s food is healthy, reduce waste and give myself peace of mind

Wendy writes about simple tips for Green Living on her blog My Green Side and is a regular on the The Christopher Gabriel Program.

@ericanardello: I want to get as close to the recommended amount of fruits & vegetables as I can everyday

Erica is about to graduate from the University of Delaware next month and is a top-notch copywriter. Some fortunate agency is going to snap her up quickly, so if you’re looking for someone with her skills – hire her now!           

@dawnbricker: Lose the holiday weight by eating healthier. And the biggest one ... drink more water.

Dawn is a South Jersey real estate agent who is working hard to help improve the status of the real estate market.

@JuliaEveHays: I'll be embarking on the customary post-holiday dieting. I don't believe I'll be cutting anything out all-together though.

Julia is a reporter for the Courier Post and for InJersey where she’s happy to promote South Jersey’s fabulous food.

@AllThingsGwen: Since i'm getting married in oct ... portion control, small meals throughout the day - and just choosing healthier alternatives!

Gwen is a writer and fitness instructor and muses about all things at her blog All Things Gwen.

I’ve got two questions for you. The first is, am I too old to be using the word peeps? The second is what are your food resolutions for 2010?

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Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

My twitter peeps' New Year's food resolutions
I asked several of my friends, foodie and otherwise, on Twitter if they had any New Year’s resolutions that involved food.