Emmi, who has a blog about authentic Italian and German recipes, nominated us for a Liebster Award.
Merci – Grazie – Danke – Thank You
How does this Liebster Award works?
The rules are pretty simple:
- Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog.
- Copy and paste the Liebster Award badge to your post.
- Nominate 10 new bloggers.
- Answer the 10 questions the person who nominated you asked you.
- Create 10 new questions to ask the bloggers you nominate.
- Notify the bloggers you’ve nominated by leaving them a comment on their blog.
The Q & A Portion:
Emmi: Your first memory associated with food?
Me: The first food I cooked was egg. I think it was a poached one. I learned it from my mother. It was so simple and fast.
The best thing you’ve ever eaten?
It’s kinda’ hard to tell. All I can say is that food are best when the ingredients were fresh and share it with my love ones.
What kind of food inspires you most?
Your exciting journey?
I’m aiming to be a chef of my own place someday.
When have you started to blog and why?
My main goal of this blog is to share all my cooking ideas which I hope the reader find this useful and eventually help them.
What do you think about social media?
Social media, if used properly and within ethics, is a great tool of sharing ideas that can increase someone’s value.
What are your experiences with social media?
Fantastic. I have a Facebook Page where you can check my post.
How much time do you spend on your blog?
About 10 hours a week. I still cook for living.
What sources do you use?
It depends on my topic. I read comments around the G+ community and FB Group I’m into and see if I can create an article that can answer to their problem.
How do you handle the writing and corrections?
When I’m writing, I just let my words flow. There’s a tool that you might want to check out.
Have you a favorite cookbook? What do you like most about it?
I don’t have any favorite cookbook but I have lots of culinary books that you might want to check out:
Professional Cooking by Wayne Gisslen | The Flavor Bible by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen A. Page | Under Pressure by Thomas Keller. (affiliated: meaning, if you click & buy, I’ll earn a small amount without any cost in your part. I recommend things that will add value on your part + which I personally own and use)
Here’s my first 6 nomination:
Van, a cooking instructor from Ireland @Cooking With Van
Robin, a pastry chef @Lemon Squeezey
Jay, an IT Professional sharing his cool recipes here @Great Chow Jay
Geeta, a photographer who shares her authentic Indian flavors here @Geeta’s Cuisine
Jillian, shares unique pressure cooking recipes @Pressure in the Kitchen
Buddy, where there’s always better way to cook tips here @Red Neck Food Cooking
Here’s my first 5 questions:
- I saw you’ve been doing a lot of cooking, when did you first get interested in cooking?
- What was your biggest challenge and how did you manage to overcome it?
- What are you up right now?
- Any plans of opening your own?
- What advice would you give to young chefs that want to make it in this industry?