We have been traveling a lot toward the end of this summer (including the vacation with the running!) and have also been otherwise busy with various things, which means that our garden has gotten away from us a bit!
Faced with a countertop full of quickly ripening tomatoes and a couple of jalapeños, I was reminded of a recipe I had pinned on Pinterest a while back.
So I made salsa! And took pictures of it! And posted it on my blog! But first, some background…
Under normal circumstances, I think I have a pretty great job. But this week, we got to do something new and exciting and inspirational. We hosted the 2014 Food Blog Forum conference, which was two and a half jam-packed days of food, friends and lots to learn. There were about 120 bloggers—some who were just starting out and some who made a living off of their blogs.
During the conference programming day, the educational sessions covered recruiting your family into blog work, working with publications, and food photography. These sessions were hosted by some super smart people, and I really enjoyed hearing from them.
And although during all of this I’m picking up tips I might be able to use at work—to capture more compelling Instagram photos in restaurants, for example—I’m also thinking about this little blog and what the future might hold for it. Continue reading