Have started my blog December, 28, 2016 I did not expect to get at least one subscriber because I’m not perfect in all of this “web-IT-internet-stuff” and, especially, because the topic of mine was Russian food from XIX century. Little by little, with a huge passion about cooking and food I got my first likes and subscribers and even a supportive blog-friend who made me participate in this award by nominating. One more time, http://www.blogtasticfood.com/ I’m appreciate that. It’s my first experience in that type of blogger’s communication and that’s so excitement!
The idea behind this award to give inspiration, support and appreciation to people whom you, probably, will never meet off line but glad about yours networks!
The rules are simple. I appreciate the person who nominated me,( in this case is Nickolas), answer his raw of questions. And than, chose another bloggers and ask them to answer my questionary to give them a chance to tell about them selves and inspire to bing some “sunshine” to the blogging world. Say, support the flow of happiness and gratitude in the world. And one more time, thank you Nickolas again for the opportunity and for support, you’re amazing!
- What is your favorite dish?
I like that question. Honestly. Because I do not have an answer for it. Every time when somebody ask me about my favorite food, I confused. The more I study culinary, the harder to find the only one. Currently, let it be guacamole and pozole soup (Mexican salsa, uh!)
- What inspired you to start blogging?
I got inspiration from the movie “Julia and Julie” about “cooking through the book” and The Book with Russian food recipes from XIX century which I found occasionally and waited a moment to start to cook any of the recipes from there.
- Sweet or savory?
- What is your best blogging tip?
Post in the most convenient time for the readers and make a good quality photos. And, “do what you love. love what you do”
- What is the best restaurant, cafe, street food market etc you have ever been to?
Currently, It’s Le Cordon Blue’s Signature’s restaurant. We had an amazing 3-course dinner there
- Who is your favorite chef?
I have couple of them. Jamie Oliver for his passion about food and food revolution idea and the way how he is fighting for global changes in child’s diet. De Marco Pierre White (he’s hoot, uh!) for his passion about food and risky strategies. And team of cooks from El Celler de Can Roca, Girona (those guys are crazy! they are doing so incredible stuff with simple ingredients!)
- What is your goal with blogging?
Thinking greately, to become a popular cook and get invitation to public my own book of recipes.
- What drives/motivates you?
Food and cooking! I love to create, try new, create challenges for myself and resolve cooking problems finding the better way of cooking.
- What is your dream?
Create food which helps people become happier and healthier.
- Which country has the best cuisine in your opinion?
If combine all the EU countries that’s going to be amazing mix! Love French cuisine because of basics and unlimited field for investigations. Italian for the rich story and culture. Germany for the Octoberfest. Spanish for seafood. Greece for “Mediterranean style”.
Also, love arabic cuisine for chickpeas using and cumin application and lamb.
Now there are my questions to answer for the follow bloggers:
And, especially, Bites of Food History
- What is your best culinary experience?
- If you started your life again, what would you change?
- The person who inspires you and why?
- What does happiness mean for you?
- If you had all money in the world and all time in the world, what would you have done?
- Why did you start your blog?
- What’s first three tasks in your “before die” list?
- A thing which had significantly change your life?
Dear followers! If you like this questions and want to share something about you, do not hesitate, drop some information about yourself into the comments.