Personal/Blog Related Facts:
Is the blog your full time job?
How many times a week do you publish new recipes on Katie’s Cucina?
How do you make money blogging?
Why do you display ads on your blog?
Why do you do sponsored post?
Do you have another blog?
How do you manage two blogs?
I love your photography. Do you have any tutorials to help me improve my food photography?
Thanks! When I first started food blogging my food photos did not look pretty. Check out one of my first post… you’ll see for yourself. A few years back when I thought my food photography had improved I wrote a blog post on Food Photography. I still live by most of the tips. One of these days I’ll make a new updated post.
Food Related Facts:
Why do you use fresh herbs in most recipes? Why do you neglect dried herbs?
What is the easiest herbs/produce to grow?
- Green onions are super simple. Just cut off the root bottom (leave about 2-inches) and plant it in dirt. Easy as that!
- Want to grow fresh ginger? Cut off a small piece (2-inches?) and burry 6+ inches in a pot or in the ground. You’ll eventually see bamboo like shoots sprouting. The longer you let it grow (a few months) the longer it will grow. It’s ideal to plant this in a planter bed or a long pot.
How do you store fresh ginger?
Can you provide nutritional facts for your recipes?
What are your go-to meals to cook at home?
Oh man… we try a lot of new recipes; however, I’m normal like everyone else and have a handful of “go-to” recipes I rotate throughout the month. Lately, you can find me making my one pot lasagna, pot pie, Italian Sausage Bake, and crunchy-baked chicken strips at least once a month. I rotate out my slow cooker shredded chicken tacos, grilled chicken fajitas, Lemon Bruschetta Chicken Pasta, and grilled chicken with veggies at least every two weeks.