What is a food storyteller?
Someone who tells stories through the mechanism of food…
So what does Eatosi do that other blogs don’t?
We want to inspire you to think about food as being an extension of culture, in turn, culture an extension of food. We want to question, observe, comment on patterns in how we eat, why we eat and generally bring a light hearted yet unashamedly thought out piece of storytelling to you.
It sounds like you need to read the times to enjoy this, is this true?
We don’t read the Times, so the answer is no. You need to keep an open mind and appreciate that everything written is researched and is a comment on something that has been observed. We’re not in the business of changing your opinions, we’re in the business of observing pop culture and finding a hook to relate back to food. If you get a kick out of the Kardashian’s and also tempura, then this is the place where you can find both.
What about original recipes?
We love food, we love making it but we’re not chefs and we’re not trying to be. We tell stories through food because it’s a great mechanism to get people to understand it, to try something new and to have an interesting story at the dinner table once they have. We love food blogs, but we’re storytellers, we just happen to put a voice to food, pop culture and travel.
A little bit more…
Eatosi (a friend coined the name, I liked it) is a lighthearted way to learn about a bit of about food, pop culture and get a variety of recipes from professionals all in an easy, digestible, two pieces, weekly.
This isn’t your ordinary foodie type blog, no, I want you, your friends, family, lovers, parish priest (of any denomination) to enjoy what’s written. This wont be an exercise in my cooking techniques, photos of my creations or of someone else’s creations, this is a way to tell a story about food and other things at the same time.
All good stories have a start, a middle and an end… just like food, but without the food poisoning!s