The week was going so well right up to the point where the wisdom teeth and modern forms of torture that it brings started kicking in. Scrap food, eating out, anything that has involved opening my mouth any more than a half inch at a time. My plans for some new chicken and beef dishes for this week’s blog entries may hold off for another few days yet.
It doesn’t change the reading though, so here’s ten posts you may have missed this past week from other food bloggers and food media.
January is done and dusted. There was a lot of food involved, reading lists rebuilt, old projects revisited, food events attended and then some. It’s four weeks since the wedding and already it feels like the year is off to an accelerated start. With work caught up on, there’s plenty more time for reading these days so here’s another 10 posts and articles from food bloggers and food media you may have missed this past week.
Got a new blog to add to the reading list? Leave your link in the comments area below or introduce yourself by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weeks aren’t long in flying, this being the last Sunday in January. Later today I’ll have some photos and notes up on last night’s first Meet The Makers event with Biabeag at Highbank Farm. The focus was all on #realbread, the content superb and the whole evening a real treat for bread fans.
To go along with your Sunday breakfast or brunch, here’s ten reads from the past week that you may have missed.
Have you started food blogging in 2014? Drop me a line or leave a comment below with a link to your blog to get added to the reading list.
I’ve been on an extended holiday post-wedding that comes to a close today. As such, I’ve managed to read books, immerse myself in blog posts, clean out the RSS feeds and get back to basics. Also, this is largely fuelled to me having finally – finally – replaced the iPad nicked on holiday last year. Hopefully these will be a bit more regular for 2014. To kick things off then, here’s ten reads from the week gone by that you may have missed from other Irish food bloggers and food media.
If there’s any new blogs out there or blog feeds that you’d like to suggest, just leave a comment below.
I’ve also set up a separate resource over the past week or so for press releases that come through via email. I’ve been looking to remove straight up press releases from the blog for 2014 so I’ve parked them here at the Any Given Food Press Centre. Sure enough, they might trigger something for an article on the blog, or for other folk as well.
You can subscribe to the press release feed (for only press releases) here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/anygivenfood/press and you can submit your own press or PR content by emailing email@example.com.
There’s been loads happening in the world of food this past week, so here’s ten stories you may have missed as part of this week’s Sunday Reads.
Got a story of your own to share? I’d love to hear about it. Drop a note in the comments or pop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After two full days in the recording studio, and two more still to go, Sunday’s reads are evening reads. Here’s ten stories from the past week that you may have missed. Anything you’re looking forward to this week?
From a foodie roundup, to Sunday Brunch, it’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to sit down at get to the blog on a Sunday. Winter is setting in, mornings are getting darker, time at the weekend’s is getting a little more flexible. Says he in hope.
With reading habits restored during the week, here’s a selection of articles across the food spectrum you may have missed out on this past week. From sugar tax to wine shortages, there was plenty to read about in this week’s digital press.
Sunday Reads is a selection of articles gathered from the likes of The Guardian, The Irish Times, The Telegraph and other news sources that bring a spotlight on the food world, whatever the sector.
It’s time to start writing on a Sunday again
THE SUN might be out, but it’s a chilly Sunday all the same. Junk food and the science behind it has been making the headlines across the pond this past week while at home the horse-meat-for-beef controversy continues to gather steam. Here’s a mixed bag of stories plucked from the news this week gone for your 25th Sunday Brunch helping.
Got stories to share this coming week? Pop a mail to email@example.com. Happy Sunday!
SUNDAY COMES but once again and after meeting a few happy Sunday Brunch readers at a GIY event in Dublin yesterday, it’s time for this week’s fix which features ten news articles plucked from the press and food blogs this past week, largely focused this week around food safety and the ongoing (and I’ll safely assume we’ve not seen the end of it) horsemeat scandal tearing through the Irish food industry.
If you’ve got stories to share yourself about your food product, business, restaurant, books or anything else, drop a line at any stage to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEBRUARY IS already motoring along and we’re into the second full weekend of the month. If you’re at home this weekend and looking for something to cook, here’s ten recipes to get you making and baking in the kitchen. You might even find something that’ll spark an idea for Valentine’s night this coming week.