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


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

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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