Food Blogger Pro (FBP) helps you grow and learn as a blogger. It’s a dynamic membership site with tutorials and forums, which complements the content I offer here. While I post about [Read more…] about Food Blogger Pro Helps Your Blog Grow
Do you mean to start your food blog, but haven’t got there yet? Or maybe you’ve begun one and you need a reason to continue?
Usually I write to people who are already blogging. Then I thought…wait! I bet there are lots of lurkers who are [Read more…] about 6 Great Reasons to Start Your Food Blog, and 1 Not-So-Good One
Somehow I missed the announcement that BlogHer Food ended. It lasted eight years.
I felt a little bummed and flashed on the first BlogHer Food conference in San Francisco, where I spoke on a panel about voice with a shy Ree Drummond of Pioneer Woman. Since then I [Read more…] about Why BlogHer Food Ended, After 8 Years
Todd Kliman doesn’t miss being a restaurant reviewer.
“It becomes tiresome after a while to eat lavish food,” he explains. “No matter where you go, everything’s plated the same way and it starts feeling like you’re in this very strange little bubble. You’re [Read more…] about Q&A: Former Restaurant Reviewer Says Reviews are Irrelevant
When there’s a one percent acceptance rate, it’s kind of important not to make mistakes in cookbook proposals. But if you’ve never written one before, how would you know what’s right?
Sure, you can read books on writing proposals and use them as a guide. But somehow, errors in judgement creep in.
Having read dozens of cookbook proposals, I can spot where [Read more…] about 5 Rookie Mistakes in Cookbook Proposals
Mega-food blogger Aimee Wimbush-Bourque of Simple Bites emailed me recently to say that, after meeting with another big blogger, they decided “blogging isn’t enough anymore. We want to use our platforms to help others, to do some good, to make a difference.”
So Amy contacted World Vision, and began raising funds for hunger relief in Kenya. She created recipe cards as part of [Read more…] about Food Bloggers Who Help Others
I fell for “Piechiatrist” Kate McDermott recently, even though I had known her casually for years. I had never thought about how she found her voice. Then, while reading the introduction to her gorgeous cookbook, Art of the Pie, I read that [Read more…] about Q&A: How Pie Guru Kate McDermott Found her Voice