fellow foodies is a website with a difference!
It’s a unique community of food lovers united in their passion for good food.
It’s an online resource that can be used by like minded foodies everywhere.
It offers the opportunity to join in lots of different foodie experiences.
Our aim is simply to encourage people to taste, discover and enjoy great food – where to find it, where it comes from, how it is produced and the people who produce it.
fellow foodies was formed by Maureen Dowling. Maureen is delighted to be working with a number of ‘friends of fellow foodies’ – experts and fanatics who all help to make fellow foodies a unique foodie experience.
With fellow foodies you can enjoy:
Blogs. Our blogs will be full of interesting facts and finds covering a wide range of topics.
The general blog, written by Maureen, keeps you up to date on all the latest fellow foodies activities and developments as well as other news & views.
The chef blog has contributions from a young chef with news, views and insights into the chef’s world.
The guest blog has contributions from a range of foodie experts and food bloggers.
The community blog is for your contributions – email in your blog via our contact page
Foodie finds. Share your favourite foodie finds and help to build up a unique list of great finds including foods, recipes, shops and restaurants.
Reviews. We feature reviews for you, by you! Each month we’ll select a member to be our ‘fellow foodies’ critic. We’ll ask you to review a book, gadget or foodie experience for us and we’ll post it on the website.
Experiences. We’ll post up information on a whole range of foodie experiences including workshops, masterclasses, demonstrations, tutored tastings as well as tours and visits. If you know of an event you’d like to share, let us know.
Marketplace. Marketplace is our directory of independent and artisan foodie businesses.
Newsletter. Sign up for our monthly online newsletter where you’ll find all the latest news and views as well as details of our ‘fellow foodies critic’ opportunities.
** Please note that our nutrition bloggers will be discussing general nutrition issues and are not able to answer personal dietary queries. If you would like to talk to a Dietitian, ask your GP.