July Now Then magazine – feed your appetite
Reading food blogs and following feeds on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram offers a rich feast to feed your food knowledge. These days, wherever you are you can find out all you need at the touch of a button or a swipe of your phone.
In Sheffield we are fortunate to have many enthusiastic foodies, writers and bloggers who share their adventures, news and recipes online. This month we want to put the spotlight on some of our favourites, some of whom you may already follow and others who may be new to your list.
Instagram is a great place for food inspiration, with your attention immediately drawn to appealing photos, as well as showing you what you could cook for dinner or where’s new in town. Images are a powerful medium and on Instagram you’ll find an abundance of delicious food in technicolor.
We’ve been enjoying posts from the likes of The Rising Sun in Ranmoor.They share the beers on the bar, what’s on the menu and their special upcoming tasting evenings. The contrast of colour and composition make for enticing photos, giving you a little of the personality of the place.
The Real Junk Food project share the breadth of their work, from the Doc/Fest debates to what’s available at their Steeple Corner Cafe (just off City Road), giving you an idea of how much food can be used instead of being thrown away.
Read the Now Then magazine article in full here.