I think I’m fairly safe in saying that whenever and wherever we go, food has always played an important part in planning the day’s activities. Arriving somewhere in time for lunch, or not setting off on a walk without first ensuring that there is an acceptable pub on the way round. That kind of thing.
Recently though, the balance has changed, and we’re finding that we’re planning the rest of our days around food-based activities or research. This was really evident on our recent jaunt to Norfolk to visit my family, and meant that we (and my lucky family!) had some great days out. We’ll be blogging about our foodie itineraries to hopefully inspire you to visit some of the beautiful places in Norfolk and help to find some great food and fantastic local produce along the way.
This is also a quite an exciting time for us. As well as planning our wedding later in the year, after working at a web agency in London for six years I have handed in my notice. I will be taking some time out to research and write for Eat Anglia and to use my experience of working on websites and social media to get involved and indulge my passion in local food rather than observing longingly from afar.
So, if you’re a food producer, deli, restaurant, or a foodie with an idea and need help or advice on your website or using social media, please comment here or tweet me @eatanglia – I’d love to talk about it.