The food!! Of course the people too. It’s always great to meet the people behind their blogs!
Blogging is still my hobby. I’m not 100% sure where I want to take it in the future, but for the time being I’m happy with the way it is.
I started blogging because I was a stay at home mom and I needed something that was mine. I took up baking after having success with birthday cakes for my husband and children. It seemed like a good fit. I tried book and mommy blogging and neither really stuck like baking did.
Cakeyboi, Jen’s Food, The Baking Explorer, Confessions of a Cookbook Queen, Kitchen Frolic, and so many more are ones I read all the time. I love all the different styles and content.
For me, the ultimate food heaven is… cookies. I love chocolate chip, snickerdoodles, oatmeal raisin! Pretty much any kind of cookie and I am there. My food hell would be raw onions. If they are pureed in something or cooked until they are mush then I can eat an onion, but if it’s raw it’s a no go.
TV food shows can be dull at times. There has to be something more then just watching someone throw ingredients into a pan. I like Jamie Oliver’s FoodTube channel on YouTube I think it keeps things interesting and short.
Food has so many influences especially dependent on where you are so yes, travel and lifestyle are a big part of food and food blogs. In the past I’ve made something thinking it would be a good fit or popular on my blog, just to have it not turn out or I don’t actually like it. Then it doesn’t make it on the blog. I have learned that sticking to what I want to make and what I like is what makes my blog what it is. Therefore, it is in my opinion that the food comes first, then the photography and last but most important the words.
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