Driven by an undying passion for food often leads us to spend countless hours each week perfecting/honing/refining our craft. We obsess over flavor combinations, food styling and new food trends or relish in the the simple joy of feasting at new restaurant.
Food bloggers can seem odd or extreme to many.
But to love us you got to really get to know us, so today we share a bit of what it’s like to be a food blogger.
So, I asked a few of my favorite Latina food bloggers a simple question, “you know you’re a food blogger when…”
“You go on a family vacation and take 1000 pictures of your food and 5 of your family. — Just for the memories!” Eva from TechFoodLife
“When you have a shelf in your fridge that is off-limits to everyone in the house, because it’s where you keep all of the food you need for a recipe & photo.” Leslie from La Cocina de Leslie
“When the staff at your local Salvation Army and Goodwill save you the vintage Pyrex, but first you had to tell them what Pyrex is.” Ericka from Nibbles and Feasts.
“When your husband tells you constantly that your kitchen is a mess!” Uchi from Latin Food Lovers
“If…you go dumpster diving for old pieces of rustic wood and are addicted to garage sales, estates sales, and antique shops.” Yvette from Muy Bueno
“When you go to a party or family gathering and all waiting for you to prepare salad or appetizers o la mesa, jajaja!” Jeannette from Sazón Boricua
“When your family starts arguing about whose full plate is the most Pinteresting!” Martha from My Big Fat Cuban Family
“Vendors at the farmer´s market te saludan de beso.” Brenda from La Vitamina T
“When you have more pictures of food than family members in your phone.” Natalia from Comiendo en LA
“Everyone at the table waits to take a bite of their food because they know you will be asking to take pictures of their dishes.” Melissa from Hungry Food Love
“When your 7 year-old knows not to touch the food “until mommy makes pictures of it”. Clara from Aunt Clara’s Kitchen
“No matter how hard you try to lose weight, you just can’t say no to chicharrones en salsa verde.” Stephen from Latino Foodie
“You don’t let anyone start eating their food until you’ve taken a picture of everything at the table. Followed by “really, B. Can we just eat? Work later.” Bren from Flanboyant Eats
Share: Are you a Food Blogger? If so share your answer with us.