I recently started blogging for the good folks over at BBC Good Food Magazine. This is a regular gig. I’ll be blogging there every Friday. I’ve been chatting and working with the digital and the print side of the magazine on and off for around a year now and the blog just recently ‘soft’ opened. Please go take a look and tell us what you think. Also, look out for the February print edition of the magazine for more detail on the blog. I’ll be covering completely different food topics to those I blog about at The Observer and to a completely different audience.
I now blog professionally in three different places and it does somewhat curtail the time I can spend on this blog. However, I wouldn’t be doing any of them if I wasn’t totally into what they all do. Just a quick recap, here are all the blogs I currently work on, some are paid, most are not,
- Noodlepie – This one. The one you’re looking at. The good stuff is in the right hand column.
- awholelotofcrunch – All the Twiglets, all the time. The world’s
favouriteonly Twiglets blog.
- From the Frontline – news from the world of foreign correspondents, war reporters and the media in general. I really enjoy all the blogs I work on, but I am pretty much addicted to doing this one.
- Filthy France – don’t tend to tread much in here these days. But France is no cleaner than when I started this blog.
- Word of Mouth – The brilliant food blog from the brilliant Observer Food Monthly magazine.
- BBC Good Food – The shiny new BBC blog from the ace recipe magazine.
- idrawsnails – And chameleons, whales, ghosts, spiders and caterpillars. Every kid should have a pixellated scrapbook.
- Commentisfree – Really don’t know if I’ll write here again. I hope so.
- Twitter – useless and useful. I recommend.