Every once a while when I sit down in front of computer to write a post, my brain becomes literally empty. What to write????? Zero words…No thoughts….Even though it is so simple, it can be surprisingly hard many times. It’s like I get the recipe, write step by step instructions, the pictures are in place, make collages using pictures to represent the procedure but…what do I have to say? Ummm. The end.
Food blog and Food thought
Though food is the face of blog, I hope it always tells the story of our lives and people around us. I usually narrate in detail about how the recipe turns after each step, it’s color, the ingredients to be added, precautions to be taken to avoid mess etc. Some other times an interesting story connected with the food from my memory lane is revealed. Thinking out of the box once a while I do write about a general topic and relate to the dish at the end.
Bottom line: Food blogging is not only about sharing recipes, it’s also about connecting with readers authentically through your stories and your voice.
Today is Vishu(souramana yugadi) and though I am on a short trip to India, have scheduled this post of Moong with Sabudana payasam on the eve of festival. Also this recipe makes 150th post of my food blogging journey. Wish you Happy Yugadi, move on with recipe.
Meet you all with one more interesting recipe. Till then bye.