Foodies100 Twitterati – March

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It’s that time of the month where we big up some blooming brilliant tweeters. These are the foodies that have been making us smile. If you spot a tweet you love, tweet it to us with the hashtag #twitterati and it might be included next month.

So here are some of our favourite tweeps. They’re all well worth a follow…

Just taken delivery of my @TurnerandGeorge birthday box. It’s mooooooo-tiful. White Park T-Bones, bone-in fillets, 60-day rump. Drooooool!

 

It’s not a restroom. I’m not going to rest in it. Or a bathroom, I’m not going to bathe. It’s a toilet. We all do it. What are we afraid of?

 

It’s surely no coincidence that today is International #HappinessDay and also #MacaronDay

 

You know you’re bored when you starting googling potato ricers????

 

I keep writing food instead of good. That must mean it is lunch time!

 

Eating way too many marshmallows. I can’t help it. They are just —> —> THERE Lots of them. Shouting. Had to keep them quiet.

 

Butter is life’s lube. It eases us through the tough times, and makes life that little bit more enjoyable.

 

Talked to strangers in a lift. The tension between floors three and five was palpable.

 

Of all the cookbooks to drop on your head from a high shelf, the Joy of Cooking really isn’t the one I’d choose…

 

I just put my trolley back in the trolley bank with my shopping still in it. That pretty much sums up my Sunday.

 

Pointing out someone spelling mistakes on twitter is the 2nd lowest form of wit. The lowest form is making spelling mistakes on porpoise.

 

Don’t forget, you can follow Foodies100 on Twitter too, so pop by and say hello!

 

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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