Now, I don’t usually go in for this sort of thing on frugal feeding – it’s very much a realm of recipes and not much else. However, a little while ago a magazine based in the South West of England, Crumbs, asked if I would give them an interview. So I did. Crumbs is a fairly new food magazine that shares my love of local, ethical produce. It’s very well produced and if ever you chance across it, read it.
So, if you’re interested in finding out a little more about me, my blog and what I consider to be the work of the Devil, go ahead and read my interview. I’m sorry that this isn’t a recipe – there shall be one hobbling along tomorrow and what an Easter treat it will be!
The recipes displayed alongside the interview are as follows: 1. Almond Biscotti 2. Poached Egg on Spinach 3. Pure Cocoa Hot Chocolate 4. Chocolate and Hazelnut Flapjacks 5. Blood Orange and Couscous Salad
34 replies on “Crumbs’ Frugal Interview”
Congratulations! Nice interview. Your photos have definitely come a long way since the beginning. No need to delete the early “ugly” blog posts. It’s fun to see the evolution!
Thanks! My very early ones were dismal though!
I love reading your posts. They always seem to get my juices flowing. Like you I love food and photography and blogging just seemed to fit.
Haha – thanks! Glad they have that effect 😀
I wonder if your interview could lead to greater things. We could be seeing you on TV next! Such a great blog, both the delicious recipes and the great photography.
LEt’s hope so, Jude! Thank you.
Great interview! You are so cute. I could eat with you for the rest of my life. I love your blog.
Haha! Thanks very much indeed 🙂
So cool! You are cute 🙂
Not you too, Rosemary!
How exciting! Great interview!
Glad you enjoyed!
I agree with Rosemary, this is so cool! And you are too cute:)
Haha, thanks, Karista 😀
How fun! Off to read the article!
Et Tu Brute?!!! Now if you had said “okra” or perhaps “tripe” or even “Grasshoppers” I might have understood but miso?!! Oh well…I guess it IS an acquired taste ;). Love the interview and you might just become your local rag’s foodie writer?
Haha – sorry! I’m just not much of a fan 😀
I agree- miso? I would have gone with okra too. And you are cute! very British looking!
Haha – does British looking go down well there?
Congratulations, Nick!! They’ve chosen the best of the best when they picked you! Great answers for all the questions as well.. I think the selection of your food photos is excellent as well! Bravo!!
Haha, thanks, Barb’! Love your new site btw.
Congrats! Enjoyed reading your interview. I actually like miso, but we can agree to disagree. 😀 The scenery in that photo is beautiful!
Great! We can indeed, I won’t hold it against you. It’s round the corner from where I live.
Congrats Nick. Great interview.
Well done Nick !
Oh, so sorry this isn’t a recipe. Just HAD to post a bit about how famous and awesome I am. I do apologize. You sure you aren’t secretly Canadian? 🙂 Great interview. Glad to see you getting some recognition!
Don’t be mean 😀 – thought people might be interested :). Thanks!
Congrats on the interview! I enjoyed reading the article.
Fantastic interview, Nick! Bravo!
Thanks, Daisy 😀