Hmm. Your appetite is going to be well and truly whet by the end of this blog.
Or some such.
Today’s instalment of the Daily Q&A challenge focusses on food blogs. To do justice to the artform, a much loved mode of relaxation for the consummate epicurean, I’m going to avoid any juicy puns and tuck right into the stewing middle.
Happy St Patrick’s Day! Fancy some Proper Irish Stew?
Food blogs, what a revolution. And top food bloggers, what a revelation!
The amazing world of food blogging
Exhibit #1: I give you the deliciously named Deliciously Ella. This one woman whirlwind, author, food blogger and entrepreneur is trailblazing a whole-foods, plant based diet movement and I’m, completely sold!
According to Top Ten UK Food Blogger tracker, Vuelio, “due to the success of the blog, Ella now owns a deli, is a published author, has a successful food and drink app, and has recently launched her own range of products on the high-street.”
And, my tongue in cheek reference to Irish stew, wasn’t just for St Patrick’s day. Want to know what meat to put in your Irish stew?* Can’t tell your Queens potatoes from your every day Rooster potatoes?
What would you ask a top food blogger if you could only ask one question? And who would you ask?
*Lamb, in case you wondered… and never beef… I’m told.
Seeking Questions for Top Food Bloggers
We’ve built an interactive platform for asking and answering questions in real-time at assenty.com. It’s free to post and vote for questions, and incredibly easy to use, simply log in with Twitter, visit the relevant question board and post your question in seconds flat. And, because questions can be rewarded, you could nab Gold, Silver or Bronze question award, yay, something to tweet about!
Visit this question board to post your question to a top food blogger.
How to ask your question:
1. Log in with Twitter or sign up for a free account on Assenty.
2. Visit the Top Food Bloggers question board
3. Post your nomination, stating the name and organisation of the person, followed by your question.
Here’s an example:
Becca Pusey, Amuse Your Bouche: what shouldn’t I put dill in?
Is there a Prize?
The names that win the most votes will each be rewarded with a question board dedicated to the winner’s own Q&A session.
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