Banjos Food is a blog about all things food-related, whether it’s recipes, tips, reviews, or whatever. Recipes are always a big part of it, since I’m a pretty talented cook myself, but there are other things which interest me, like all the different kinds of foods I’ve tried and what I think of them.
Banjos Food is about food
The site is about food and the things that come out of it. In other words, a good percentage of the blog’s articles revolve around food. I also write a lot of posts about various things related to food as well, like food and health, places I’ve visited, recipes I’ve tried, etc. And it’s fun to make recipes It’s not just about recipes, either, since there’s a lot of information about what food we can buy, what we eat, and how we prepare and cook our food. I’ve tasted a lot of food Actually, I’ve tasted a lot of food. I started to write about food a few years ago, when I noticed that my interest in food was growing exponentially, so I started learning about various things related to food.
As for the recipes, they’re all here, as I’ve done the best I could to come up with them from my research into the different foods which interest me. If I’ve missed any out, or made any mistakes, please let me know so I can amend. Banjos Food was born in the autumn of 2015. It grew from there, and I added the ‘recipes’ part as I wanted people to know there were food related articles they could read on the blog. My older articles are still on the site, but there are no longer any recipes. If you’re looking for them, they’re there, but the links are to my old posts. Visitors to the site can find the ‘banjos food’ tag, which contains a load of sub-categories on the left hand side of the main page, like ‘cheese’ and ‘sushi’.
I’m a pretty in-depth reader when it comes to book reviews, but there are some that I just don’t have time to do, because that would take away from my life. As a result, there are some which I try to mention without using a whole bunch of words. Kale All Kale All the Time You can find all my reviews by clicking here, and all the pictures in them by clicking here. Resources Some of the recipes I’ve featured here include links to websites. If I have a particular resource that I use for more information about a recipe, then I’ll link that to the right of the post. For example, I’ve linked to various websites about making raw cookies here. In addition to food, this site also goes over various reviews of Banjo musical instruments and it’s quite popular among it’s readers. (Read more about Banjos here)
My life and what I eat
I try to cook my own food as much as I can. Of course, I don’t do this every day, since the lifestyle of a student/intern isn’t exactly one of endless leisure, but I cook my own meals fairly often. My apartment isn’t exactly the best place to cook, since there’s not much space, but it’s okay. And anyway, I think it’s nice to know what exactly what you’re eating and how it will affect you. I live alone, and I eat three meals a day plus snacks. I’ll give you a break down of what I eat, what it is, and how healthy it is. Breakfast This is usually a bowl of hot oatmeal with fruit or a slice of toast and maybe a slice of orange. It’s really healthy. With fruit and whole grains, it’s like the perfect breakfast, and you can also make it as fast and easy as you want.
Banjos Food is an interesting blog, and if you’re looking for something interesting to read, I really recommend you check it out. There’s even a recipe for bacon cookies in the post right here, so I’d say it’s a recipe blog that you can be sure to enjoy.