by Amy Reiter in Community, News, June 29th, 2015
by Delia Paunescu in Community, November 11th, 2014
As a social-media-savvy Food Network fan, you probably follow the Instagram feeds of Ina Garten, Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis — not to mention Guy Fieri, Alton Brown, Ree Drummond, Trisha Yearwood and Food Network — living vicariously through engagingly captioned pictures of their delicious meals, beautiful families and peripatetic travels. But who else should food lovers be following on Instagram?
British-born Bloomfield, chef and co-owner of two Michelin-star-awarded New York restaurants, The Spotted Pig and The Breslin, shares images of proud animals (pigs, cows, roosters) and fresh produce straight from the farm, along with delicious-looking dishes both in progress and beautifully plated.
The name behind the popular blog Not Without Salt, Ashley takes her bright, crisp food photos to Instagram @ashrod. Look for fresh, simple fare like roasted artichokes and green salads, as well as indulgent treats and scenes from her day-to-day finds.
by Delia Paunescu in Community, October 14th, 2014
Certainly, Food Network chefs do a mighty fine job of sharing their culinary adventures and personal lives in 140 characters on Twitter. So much so that we’re proud to feature them right over here. But just in case you’d like to expand your following, here’s a handy list of top food-world personalities to add to your Twitter roll.
by Sarah De Heer in Community, Events, March 12th, 2012
What exactly did people do before Pinterest? Certainly we all lived quite easily without it, sharing recipes with friends through email and snail mail — even saving them to the handy Food Network Recipe Box. But once this addictive social platform came around, sharing the best and brightest among our gastronomic roadmaps became a snap. These days, there are pin boards dedicated to just about every food fad and culinary inclination you can imagine. So to add to the beautiful deluge, here are a few pinners we think are doing it particularly well. Read more
It’s no surprise that social media and food trucks go together. We’ve known that for quite some time now. However, the reasons why the two are so dynamic are evolving as more social platforms become available and as the food truck movement continues to grow.
A recent SXSW Interactive panel brought together Food Network’s general manager of online brands, Bob Madden, and recent cast members from The Great Food Truck Race to speak on this topic. Daniel Shemtob from The Lime Truck, James DiSabatino from Roxy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese and Stephanie Morgan from Seabirds sat down for an hour to discuss how they go beyond using Twitter and Facebook on a day-to-day basis.
So why is social media so important to the food truck industry? Each panelist shared their reasons:
1. To tell people where your truck is located.
2. To show the transparency of the business.
3. To gain the consumer’s trust.