Since my website glories in matching Wild Goose Tea with delectable food, I made a management decision, which was so easy since I am the only one on the management team, to check out food and recipe blogs. Did you know there are whopping 9650 food blogs orbiting in cyberspace? Of course that was a month ago, so the number has probably tripled or doubled since then.
I looked at approximately 200 blogging sites and pared my list down to 105 blogs that I thought I would enjoy to consistently follow. I had no set roster of prerequisites, except after considerable research I did conclude it speeds up reading time, if they are written in English. Ha! I wanted to be as loosey goosey as I could—-yes that is a lame pun on being the head goose of Wild Goose Tea & Silk. Oh my when will I ever tire of my own puns?
Maybe you are like me—-I love asking myself my own questions, because I have a better chance of knowing the answers. As you probably have quickly surmised, I have been traumatized by Jeopardy. After 4 to 5 weeks I feel like a modern day Alice who jumped down the rabbit hole and discovered another reality. All these people from all over the world who are bound together by a single passion—Cooking Food. In the process of sharing recipes and cooking experiences personalities begin to shine through.
In addition to fabulous recipes with wonderful photos readers gain insights into the cook’s family life, backgrounds, the weather, their vacations, special moments, new pets,–the list goes on. I’m slack jawed in amazement and admiration for these creative cooks who take time to share their talents and thoughts. As far as I am concerned, this is the stuff which creates world harmony and unity, since food is a common thread running through the global tapestry. Discovering and following these blogs has become one of my best management decisions. 🙂 🙂 🙂
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