Does the world need another food blog? Maybe not. There are plenty of other places on the internet to get your fix. Modern technology has got you covered from beginning to end.
First of All. What do you want to eat? That’s up to you, or your friends. You can hit up any of the other food websites on the ‘net to suggest something for you if you’ve really got trouble.
Decision: I want to stay in and cook.
Aw ye, look at you, the DIYer. The good news is that there are literally millions of recipes out there. If you want to cook like your favorite celebrity chef or celebrity, period, chances are that they’ve got recipes on the BBC or Food Network. All you’ve got to do is to gather your ingredients and cook the dang delicious thing.
Decision: I want to go out.
HEY let’s burn some of that hard-earned cash on a meal you deserve. You’ve got your Yelps and TripAdvisors to give you the reviews of thousands of other likely firsthand experiences; then you’ve got the OpenTables and Resys to get you in the door. Open up that menu and get choosing. Don’t forget to order extra for me, got it?
Non-Decision: I want to wallow in the depths of the internet looking at menus, recipes, and pictures of food because the food I want is too far/expensive/complicated or I’m too sick/tired/indecisive.
Yeah, me too.
Do I want to write a food blog? The responsibility is probably too much to handle.
So why are you here? For reasons listed under the non-decision route, I spend a lot of unproductive time being hangry, spending hours on end looking for the perfect chef’s menu, ingredients, and snacks. This is one attempt to make it productive.
What can I expect? FOOD. High-brow, low-brow, street food, chef’s tables, junky snacks, international foods, non-alcoholic beverages, testing recipes, reading cookbooks, travel, the goods.
I don’t like any of that. Why am I here? Get off my lawn, ya squib. Fuhgeddaboutit.