MY Kind Of ‘Food Porn’

Being a food blogger is easy: you just eat food and photograph it.

From top to bottom: my goods in my kitchen, power slaw using soft-dried blackcurrants in place of raisins, an incredible spread of home-made bread, fresh fruit (sweet lemon, strawberries and blood orange), onigiri and a simple sweet potato and black sesame seed medley, homemade green tea, the organic plate from nonocafe and last but not least, their yellow kiwi-fruit cheesecake.
imageimage (11)image (2)image (3)image (4)image (1)image (9)image (6)image (5)image (7)image (8)image (10)On another note, Japan is still bloody cold, my parents arrive in exactly 2 weeks, 13 days, not including today (not that I’m counting) and I realized recently that my blog, much like my life, is rather jumbled and lacking one major goal (sigh). Though even so, for some reason, y’all still follow… So, arigato, arigato and chuuu xx

15 comments

  1. You don’t need a major goal for your blog. That’s for people who think they are going to make money from blogging or run a business from it. Yours is a personal blog, so it should just reflect you as a person, which seems to be exactly what it does. So there. You have a goal after all.

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  2. I don’t know if you need a theme, but then again, I’ve been blogging for about 11 years (sporadically the last 2 years). I’ve never wanted to make money from my blog b/c then it would be work! I’d have to find another hobby…..which is what has happened in a way b/c I’m writing a book (that’s why the blog has been so spotty the last couple of years). Still, it has been a really good outlet for me, and I don’t think I would’ve ever started the book without all the experience in blogging. :) Love the food pictures – wish I knew what foods they were. Happy Fasting!

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    1. I will add what the foods are now… :) So please go back and check. Thank you for your comment. I wouldn’t mind making money from my blog.. I think it’d be most wonderful to do what you love for a living! Isn’t that the dream? I am also writing a book :) And I agree, blogging has helped improve my writing but also, it’s proving problematic as I sometimes find myself writing my novel in blogging-style. I don’t know if that makes sense or not..

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