Merry Christmas from the Foodies100 team


Happy Christmas from the Foodies100 team!

Happy Christmas! We know we’re a little early – but we wanted to say it anyway!

Here at Foodies100, we love Christmas. It’s a chance for us to relax, put our feet up, watch some soppy movies we’ve seen a hundred times, and spend entire afternoons hanging festive decorations or just eating good food. This time of year, which includes the New Year period, is – we reckon, quite special and for spending with people we love.

Like many of you, we also have children at home over this period because it’s the school holidays. They need entertaining and we want to do lots with them. Which is why we’ll be taking the next two weeks off.


From today, we’ll be moving to our Christmas schedule. That means we’ll be spending much less time at our computers, and much more time with our families. There will be less content on the site but we will still be around in the usual places – Instagram, Twitter and Facebook – but if you need to get in touch, please bear with us as it might take us longer to get back to you than usual.

And with that, we hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and New Year. Happy holidays!

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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