New York / New Blog

Subpar iPhotog on train ride home
Subpar iPhotog on train ride home

Hey friends! It’s been two and a half years since I started my food blog Food on Food on Photos, and I thought it would be appropriate/necessary to update the digs of these food rants a bit. This is as good a time as any, since this week marked my first day at my first-ever job-job! If you’re not familiar with the site Food52, you should definitely check it out! It’s cool, and I thought that before I applied there (proof). Their Our HQ is in Chelsea/Manhattan, surrounded by all sorts of noms and New Yorkness. Real life; excellent.       A word about this new blog – as you can see from the home page, all of my posts from my previous blog are here for your viewing convenience. This means that I’ll likely be removing the old blog some time soon. I’m definitely looking forward to the blogging/formatting perks of this new one but bear with me while I find the perfect theme. As far as names go, I decided on “The Rubber Scraper Movement” because I truly believe in my heart that the world would be a better place if we all used rubber scrapers before washing our large mixing bowls. As I’ve said before and before, you can get whole muffins/cupcakes/cookies out of a couple scrapes of the bowl. So you could say the title is an homage to my favorite kitchen utensil, a call to action for all bakers, and/or a friendly reminder to use your rubber scraper! With baking OR cooking! But mostly baking. Stay tuned for more posts in the coming weeks as I settle in and trump new culinary shenanigans. In the meantime, stay cool, add me on Food52, and keep an eye out for my photo on the Team page. 😀

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