Confusion Among Bloggers on Disclosing Compensation

You know those disclaimers at the end of blog posts, when food bloggers write...more

Working for Free Has Value at Each Stage of a Career

A guest post by Julie Van Rosendaal I’m not being paid to write this. It’s a guest post, a format whose popularity has slipped in recent years as the concept of writing for exposure began to lose its luster. It seemed more popular back when no one was making any money at this blogging thing. [...] [[ This is a content summary only ....more

Questions from a Recipe Copy Editor

If a copy editor has ever touched your...more

Q&A: Making Big Money at Pinch of Yum

Like thousands of other young women, Lindsay Olstrom started a food blog in 2010 called Pinch of Yum. She was in charge of the content and photography. Her husband Bjork, a techie, took charge of the tech issues and business ....more

17 Super-Useful Links for Food Writers and Bloggers

Who has time to keep up with all the tips and irresistible stories on the Internet? Now you do! I’ve saved you hours by aggregating this tomato-sauce colored...more

Q&A: Change is Scary but Not Listening to Yourself is Scarier

Wondering how to transition from a blog whose subject no longer thrills you? Looking for a career change or a way to recharge?...more

Thug Kitchen Draws Fans and Ire

Paging through a new cookbook never fails to thrill...more

Should Recipes Still be About Meals?

As The New York Times reported recently, “sitting down to three square meals is going the way of the landline.” People now graze throughout the day and some 40 percent of Americans eat only snacks, not meals. And yet, we still write cookbooks for one-pot meals and recipes for dishes meant to be consumed by [...] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ...more