Chris Collins’ blog, Don’t Go Bacon My Heart, is all about making food fun.
Chris Collins believes that home cooking should be enjoyable and the food you cook should always bring a smile to your face. He’s also a firm believer that you can lead a perfectly healthy life and still put a whole cup of cream in your pasta.
Chris began his blog merely as a way to document the recipes he was creating in his spare time.
After moving to Australia for two years, his blog grew and so did his passion for food. When he returned to the UK, Chris made the decision to pursue blogging as a career and has never looked back!
In his spare time, Chris is either thinking about food, eating food or wondering how he can justify eating something that ‘Serves 4’.
Chris Collins Show Notes
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What did you do before you became a food blogger?
What did you do at the zoo?
Why didn’t you change your major?
What year did you start the blog?
How did you pick the name of your food blog?
How many posts do you publish now?
How many drafts do you have in place to publish right now?
Once you started, how long did it take for you to start making money?
What kind of camera do you have?
What is your favorite lens?
Do you use artificial or natural light?
What is the best thing you’ve ever done for your blog?
Do you have anybody who helps you with your company?
What is the hardest thing you find about blogging?
What do you love about blogging?
What is your favorite social media platform and why?
From start to finish, how long does it take you to photograph a recipe?
Do you do your own SEO?
What is your most popular post?
Did you feel sad for the quesadillas because the others beat it?
Can you tell me one of your viral moments?
Is there anything that catapulted you to the next level in your blog?
What is your biggest food failure?
What is your favorite cuisine?
What would be your last meal?
What is one thing that you can’t live without in your kitchen?
Do you have a favorite cookbook?