The work on sisterMAG is continuing with new power in January and a lot of it is emailing with lovely people from all around the world! Before our first issue goes live in February we want to continue presenting our contributors to you, so you can be excited for their features and articles and maybe you find a few new blogs and sites to follow! We have for sure!!
Today we are very honoured to tell you about Tami from the blog Running with Tweezers – voted best foodie blog in Atlanta 2009. You just have to spend five minutes on this site to see why! It is full of great recipes, shot in such an impressive way, colourful with a lot of love, heart and soul! Thus lets meet Tami with our own little featurette.
What’s your name and blog’s or business’ name??
Tami Hardeman. I have a cooking/food blog called Running With Tweezers
What’s your blog about? Is that your profession or hobby?
My blog is primarily photos and writing about food & recipes with a bit of travel thrown in. My blog is my creative outlet when I’m not working – I’m a professional food stylist during the day.
What was your favourite book (or magazine) as a child?
I had so many favorite books & magazines. As a child, I read all the time. When I was 12 or 13, I used to save up my allowance to buy a copy of Italian Vogue. I always knew I wanted to “make pictures” – I just didn’t know how that would turn out until now!
What is your favourite magazine?
Jamie Oliver’s magazine, Donna Hay, Delicious, Vegetarian Times
What’s your home page when opening the browser?
CNN.com – as much I like food, there’s other stuff going on in the world.
What will you contribute to SISTER?
Recipes, photos and stories about food & the life that goes along with it. Every strong memory I have about my life has food involved somewhere. I can only hope to share a recipe that someone shares with the people in their lives.
What is your suggestion for our magazine (category, feature, technology, …)
There’s more to a food section or feature than just the recipe. Don’t be afraid to let people talk about the stories that accompany them!