Another Saturday comes around again which brings us to the 4th Food Bytes roundup with a selection of ten blog posts from ten international food bloggers (i.e. those outside of Ireland). This week features more opinion and recipe pieces that may inspire something new in your kitchen in the week ahead (as I found out bumping into a local reader during the St. Patrick’s Day parade last weekend, the Superbowl party peppers from the second roundup are to die for).
If you’ve missed any of the Food Bytes series of roundup posts, here’s the first, second, third and today gives you the fourth with ten more posts below. Enjoy!
Are you writing about food outside of Ireland and want to get in touch? Drop me a line at any stage by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, I’d love to hear from you.
This week’s Food Bytes, the first of two roundups for your weekend reading, looks at blog posts and recipes from other international food bloggers (i.e. those outside of Ireland). If you’ve missed any of the series since it started, here’s Food Bytes #1 and Food Bytes #2 as a recap. This week’s roundup covers posts from March 10th to March 16th and lands with time enough for me to sneak off out the door and get to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade for 2pm – umbrella in hand knowing that it’s going to lash rain, in true, typical, Irish fashion.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day To All
For some time now I’ve been looking at adding to the Foodie Roundup series of posts that go out on a Sunday, spotlighting ten blog posts from Irish food bloggers (or food bloggers based in Ireland). So today, I’m kicking off Blog Bytes, which is similar in style, only it looks at food blogs outside of Ireland for recipes, opinion pieces and the other tasty treats that you would find in the usual Foodie Roundup.
So, for Saturday 3rd March and the first of the Food Bytes reading digest, here’s ten posts from food bloggers outside of Ireland from Saturday 25th February to Friday 2nd March.
That’s it for the first installment of Food Bytes. This blog post series will continue each Saturday through to the end of the year and we’ll see how it goes. I reckon that gives me about 400+ blog posts to shine more of a light on as well. Don’t forget that Foodie Roundup #40, the roundup of Irish food blogs goes out tomorrow morning for your Sunday read. With a Saturday and Sunday digest each week, I think that will be enough for now, don’t you?