The Daily Post

One of the first books I ever read about blogging was Margaret Mason’s No One Cares What You Had for Lunch. It’s a good book, but Mason’s title – while clever – has not proven to be accurate. The massive popularity of food blogs suggests that people might care more about what you had for lunch than about anything else you did in a day!

Food blogging might sound like a narrow topic, but there’s actually a wide range of subject matter. Here are a few of the types of posts I often read and enjoy on food blogs:

  • Restaurant reviews. Where did you eat? What was on the menu? What did it cost? I like to read reviews of restaurants in my area, sure, but I also like to see photo journals of great meals people have had in restaurants I will never go to. If you score

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