Rural food bloggers cook food that people love to help leave the stress of the day behind.
They also bring people together to connect with what truly matters after money and sex, good food!
We know that is not always the reality because we all have different desires and tastes, but it is what rural food bloggers are aiming for.
To be a good “rural food blogger,” it does not matter where, how, or what you cook.
So this article is about encouraging a lost generation of rural cooks who aspire to be the rural food bloggers of the future.
That means giving you ideas about creating a “rural food blog” to show your skills in video action and your kitchen space be it ever so humble for cooking:
⦁ A No Rules Family Meal
⦁ A Meal For One
⦁ An Imperfect Dinner Party.
The rural food blog you create is where you celebrate, talk, catch up, make plans, and laugh at your cooking mistakes.
A place where you never want to leave everyday.
Everywhere in the rural world, family meals are “whatever” you want them to be.
However, there is one thing we can all agree on, “good food” is what we care about.
A rural cook may not have a fancy kitchen, but one you never want to leave, and where you tell your stories, create food memories and throw out the old rules.
The lost generation of rural cooks may prepare meals on floating boats, a charcoal grill, a fireplace, a rocket or kitchen stove.
Just as long as the food is good!
It is strange that eating alone gets a bad rap, because it is something that many of us really enjoy.
With this rural food bloggers’ idea, you can teach how to share a meal with quiet and entertaining dining companions, like a dog or cat, a magazine, your computer or a favorite TV show.
But, it does not mean dining at a small table or maybe it does!
This idea also shows your viewing audience how to really put out a home-cooked spread on the nights they are alone, cooking for one, or accommodating family, friends and companions when they come over.
Just warn them that they will be on your “meal for one (or more) candid camera.”
They will love to be apart of your new rural/ethnic food blog and who does not want to eat good, free food?
Rural cooks who are not wealthy and have dinner parties do not exist, but it is a great idea for rural/ethnic food bloggers.
A dinner party is a myth that stops many rural cooks from throwing open the doors and inviting people over.
Well, it is time to embrace your inner French, Chinese, Russian, Malaysian, etc. cuisine and invite your friends, family and neighbors to your rustic, rural dinner party blog because they are all invited.
Push together the tables, put a handful of flatware in a jar, and let them grab any seat they can find.
This is a family-style dinner blog where it is ok to spill and put your elbows on the table.
I guarantee this is a new food blog idea that will catch on around the world.
Video the entire process and shoot still photos to show detail how-to steps on preparing the food, setting the table, etc.
These are just three ideas for rural food bloggers of the future.
Travel blogs are starting to capture the real attraction of destinations, by showing videos of ethnic food preparation.
Go one step further by showing how to serve it in your culture because no one can do it better than you.
There are many YouTube videos about rural cooks, but thinking out of the box allows plenty of room to showcase your unique rural food bloggers blog.
When you start your rural food bloggers’ blog, invite RuralMoney.com to visit.
I will do a review even if I cannot taste the delights in person.