The amount of food content online is at an all time high right now and it seems we all can’t get enough of it. It’s everywhere from On Demand pages to every social media platform available. Though are we spending more time watching food being made then actually making it ourselves? We have the opportunity to be at the top of our chef game right now and there is people to prove that, so what is your excuse?
Planning a night out can be so easy these days. Even when it is your first time in a foreign country you can decide where to eat, where to drink and how to get there without leaving your bed. After a quick skim of online reviews from sites like Yelp, Trip Advisor or even Facebook you will have the inside scoop of whats hot and what is not. But can you put your faith in people you have never met before for your big night out?
In last weeks post I talked about the wonders of Instagram in the food industry and how everyone is connected sharing more content then ever, especially chefs. I spoke of its benefits for food lovers everywhere and the great influence it has had but as the saying goes, with great power comes great responsibility.
Social media has changed the way we all interact with each other but for chefs it made them start to interact. For a long time chefs were very closed off with their careers, everything was very “My secrets! My ideas! Hands off!” But through the use of social media chefs are opening up and the future is bright.
Deliveroo. It is your knight in shinning armour when you need it most. Drank more then you said you would last night? Just got paid and fancy a takeaway? Got no money? Well that is what the overdraft is for, Deliveroo.