Top 10 Posts of 2014

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Top 10 posts of 2014

Well, it’s almost the end of another year in blogging, and now is probably the perfect time to look back on the past year. What were your highlights?

At Foodies100, we’ve had a brilliant time sharing your amazing recipes and food content, and our community has gone from strength to strength.

To round off 2014 in style, we wanted to share with you our top 10 most popular posts of 2014. Did you catch them all?

eating out in aberdeen

Eating out in a new city can be a challenge, but clearly there’s an appetite for great food in Scotland, as our most read post during 2014 was this guide to eating out in Aberdeen, by Foodie Quine. Tasty!

15 ways to use up chocolate

One of the eternal questions almost never asked in my house after Easter: what do you do with leftover chocolate? But on the offchance this ever happens to you, don’t miss this fab round-up of 15 ways to use leftover chocolate!

Quick Photography Cheats

Great photography is essential for food bloggers, and these three quick photography cheats from Becky at Ar-Blog should get you inspired!

10 Slow Cooker Recipes

Winter’s the perfect time to pull out the slow cooker and if you’re in need of inspiration, our editor Alison has pulled together 10 of her favourite slow cooker recipes from UK food bloggers.

Veggie Lunch Box Ideas

If you’re new to the veggie lifestyle, it can be tricky to pack lunch with something new and delicious every day – but Rachel Cotterill created this amazing round-up for us, featuring 20 amazing veggie lunchbox ideas.

How to Back up Your Blog

Ever wondered what you’d do if your host failed? Or if your website was hacked? If you do one thing this week, make sure you read this post on how to back up your blog!

20 Things brands should know about bloggers

Written by the amazing Helen at Fuss Free Flavours, this is a no-nonsense, practical guide to the things PR pros should know about working with food bloggers.

10 Vegetarian Blogs

Proving there’s a real appetite for more blogs about vegetarian food and eating, one of our most popular posts this year was this guide to 10 brilliant veggie blogs, from Clare at the Vegetarian Experience.

10 Paleo Picks

2014 was the year we all (well, some of us) went mad for Paleo, and clean eating, and this guide to Paleo recipes from Ruth at Let Her Eat Clean was one of our most read posts of the year.

Images and Copyright

Our last top 10 post for 2014 is an important one – why you should never take images from the Internet. Written by Sally from Who’s the Mummy, it’s packed with practical information on photo copyright and how to ensure you’re keeping legal.

 

 

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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