We get it. Many people who search for recipes online want food bloggers to stick to recipes. They don’t want a backstory, tips on how to make the dish — none of that “nonsense.”
We’ve all seen the tweets:
“Why does every recipe have to have a mini-essay preceding it? #justgivemetherecipe”
“If you blog an 8-page life story about a recipe that you have instead of getting straight to the point, then you deserve to be judo chopped in the neck and I will forever pray that a swarm of bees follow you around for the rest of your life. #justgivemetherecipe”
Apparently, no one has the time or patience to scroll for 30 seconds (unless they’re scrolling through their Facebook or Instagram feed), to find what they came for.
For food bloggers like us, it’s annoying. Sometimes it’s infuriating. Because [Read more…] about Why Food Bloggers Don’t Just “Stick to Recipes”