Why we blog.. Selma’s Table

You have read about when I met up with fellow blogger, Elaine of foodbod, earlier this year at London’s Borough Market. She is a really special person; kind, caring and so generous of her time and knowledge.

She started a series called “Why we Blog” and sent questions round to some of the bloggers she follows. What has ensued has been a blossoming of everyone’s blogging community as we get to discover new blogs and find out more about the people behind the blogs we do follow.

Today, I am thrilled to say that she has featured me – thank you so much Elaine – if you haven’t already discovered her blog, get yourself over there now and revel in her flavourful, exotic and meat free recipes, covet her new puppy and get to know a truly wonderful person! http://foodbod.wordpress.com

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20140313-124948.jpgThere are possibly not enough superlatives in my vocabulary to tell you how much I love this blog and it’s writer. You will find heartfelt stories introducing wonderful recipes that you will almost be able to taste as you read them…introducing Selma’s Table

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How long have you had your blog?

I started blogging in August of 2013, so about 7 months, ago (when this was written)

What was your reason for starting it?

Friends of mine have been encouraging me to do this for years but I never really had the time. In the end, it is because my son will be going off to uni in a couple of years and I rather liked the idea of his being able to read the stories and make the food that he loves from my blog.

What is your constant inspiration?

I am mainly inspired by what’s in season in…

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4 thoughts on “Why we blog.. Selma’s Table

    • Teresa, that is so sweet of you to say x I also wrote my first post for the “In My Kitchen” series hosted by Ceila of Fig Jam and Lime Cordial where we write about items in our kitchens – it is good fun and I will definitely do it again. See what you think http://wp.me/p3NQDH-jZ. I am very pleased that you like foodbod and are following Elaine’s blog. She is a very thoughtful and supportive person with a really big heart – I think it shows in her food! x

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