TvFoodAndDrink was recently a featured site at HalfHourMeals.com, a well-crafted meeting place for anyone who’s a foodie, and a required stop for those in need of some culinary inspiration. You need only spend minutes browsing the recipes submitted by members and it won’t be long before three or four of them are battling it out for rights to your kitchen. Joining is free, there are no intrusive e-mails arriving in your mailbox beyond the one welcoming you to the site, and from there you’re free to participate as much or as little as you like. New submissions are always met with positive comments and/or constructive suggestions. It’s one of the few “community” websites that actually feels like it has a community behind it.
Conducting the interview was Penny H., a North Carolina chef and freelance food writer who’s been with HalfHourMeals since the site’s launch. Like me, Penny has an undying passion for learning all she can about food, but she’s light years ahead of me in the mastering of it. Basically, she’s a pro.
Penny’s personal blog is Mimi’s Kitchen and you can see her in action here with her own Two Dollar Dinners series. By the way, is it just me, or does listening to the discussion of food wrapped in a Southern accent make it sound so much more enticing? Just listen to the way “chocolate chip cookies” sasses its wasy out of her mouth. And if you’re just that kind of person… you might want to check out Penny’s own… bacon cheeseburger… and fries… SOUP!
Thanks to Penny for shining a light on TvFoodAndDrink.
Oh, and please check out the interview!