Get your recipe published and spread the spirit of sharing

I’ve been thinking that Christmas is all about sharing – so I came up with this awesome idea! I was hoping you guys would get into the spirit of sharing too – by sending me your favourite recipe or food photo, or both – so that I can publish them – with your byline of course – on Uforic Food.

Not everyone has a food blog to share the things they like to cook – and so I’d be happy to help you get your favourite recipes out there! Even if you do have a blog – I’d love to be able to post your recipe and promote your site too. This blogging caper is all about getting our knowledge and thoughts out there, after all.

So, when you have a spare minute – why not pop into the kitchen, whip up that dish which most inspires you, photograph it and flick it to me in an email (see below for the address) – so that I can then share it with my lovely readers! It might be a recipe your mum taught you, something you ate in a restaurant and then re-created at home – or something you made up out of the ingredients you had left in the pantry or fridge that worked so well you now make it time and again. Or, maybe it’s a photograph you took of a meal you had at a restaurant or a friend’s house. Don’t forget to send me the story behind the photo – what you liked about the dish, the place where you ate it – that sort of thing.

Or, you could print out one of the recipes from The Inspiration Challenge – cook it, photograph it – and send it through!

My awesome friend AJ did just that … and sent this great photo:

Chicken and Bacon in a White Wine sauce, by AJ

 

He also made a very funny video to accompany it: View it here

Of course, my recipes are there to inspire you, they aren’t meant to be hard and fast rules – so feel free to mix them up, change them to suit you and let us all know why you like your version.

If you can’t remember the recipe from The Inspiration Challenge – here’s a reminder:

Day 1: Tandoori Chicken Risotto

Day 2: Chicken in a Bacon and White Wine Sauce

Day 3: Baked Barramundi with Tomato and Lemon

Day 4: Marinara Sauce

Day 5: Chicken Madras Curry

Day 6: Baked Potatoes – Darwin Style

Day 7: Choc Chip Cookies

Day 8: Pollo alla Cacciatora

Day 9: Leek and Potato Soup

Day 10: Slow Roasted Pork with Chorizo and Cannellini Beans

Day 11: Sobo Noodle Salad

Day 12: Stock

Day 13: Trio of Dips

Day 14: Greek-style Roast Lamb

Day 15: Lamb Ragu

Day 16: Steamed Baby Snapper with Asian Flavours

Day 17: Matt’s Meatlovers Pasta

Day 18: Leek and Chickpea Soup

Day 19: Preserved Lemons

Day 20: Mechoui (marinated lamb backstrap)

Day 21: Strawberries in Balsamic Vinegar

Day 22: Tomato Salad

Day 23: Mango, Ginger and Lime Cocktail

Day 24: Mussels in a white wine, bacon and garlic sauce with tomato

Day 25: Lamb Shanks

Day 26: Matchsticks

Day 27: Festive Turkey

Day 28: Perfect Roast Potatoes

Day 29: Garlic and Chilli Prawns

Day 30: Tagine Chicken

Wow, that’s one big list of recipes. I really hope that you share your recipes and photos – email them to me at lisa.foreman_media@yahoo.com.au and I’ll post them up. If you want to do it anonymously, that’s fine – just let me know when you email me.

Really excited about this – I have no doubt it’s going to be a very inspiring experience.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

Be Inspired~

Lisa

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About Lisa Mary Foreman @ Uforic Food

I'm the creator Uforic Food - a blog compiled by three journalists whose talents lie in telling fabulous food stories. I'm on a journey to prove you can be healthy and passionate about food at the same time. Ruza lives in the city and is all about sharing her urban food experiences. Laura is the domestic goddess of the group and loves all things food, family and from the heart. Join us at the Uforic Food table where we share recipes, reviews, and all things food. If you'd like to get in touch, email me at lisamary@uforicfood.com

Posted on December 6, 2010, in 30 recipes in 30 days, Random thoughts and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. What a great challenge! These recipe sounds so yummy 🙂

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