Sunday Reads #6: Blogging, Signature Dishes For Kids & Chinese New Year Recipes
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.
- Blogging on Today FM’s Business Show
Caroline Hennessy talks to Today FM’s Business Show about blogs and blogging for business.
- Irish Food in 2014
Caitriona takes a look at high end and low end dining trends in 2014.
- Should You Remove the Green Germ from Garlic?
David Lebovitz has a good look at garlic, interestingly what the difference is when the green germ is removed in cooking as opposed to leaving it in, one I’d not thought of.
- Why Every Kid Needs a Signature Dish
For years mine was chicken curry with boiled rice topped with cheese and onion Tayto. Thankfully, my styles have changed.
- A Visit to a Thai Food Market
A lovely photo and video tour of a Thai food market in Chiang Mai.
- Chinese New Year Recipe Roundup
If you’re planning anything special for Chinese New Year this coming weekend, you’ll find loads of inspiration in this post.
- The [London] Restaurants You Should Be Excited About in 2014
If I’d seen this article a week or two previous, my eating out in London last weekend may have been somewhat different.
- How to Set a Table to Teach Your Kids Good Eating Habits
With a little time and effort with your table settings, you can transform your children’s relationship with their food.
- 10 Foods You Should Break Up With
Breaking up is hard to do, especially when it comes to food.
- The History of Cider in the United States
Food52 takes a look at America’s oldest alcoholic drink.
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.