There are a few years in our shared history that standout for significant reasons. And 2020 will be one of those years that is looked back on in history books and turned into countless TV Movies.

The impact of the coronavirus and lockdown has been seen everywhere. It has been a rough time for millions of people. But not everything about it has been bad. Humans are extremely resilient and adaptable and struggle through.

An interesting side effect was the sudden increase in players on scrabble go! Seemingly thousands of people flocked to the app, entranced by it. Some turning to scrabble go cheats while others soon got bored and moved onto something else to occupy their time. And one of those escapes is cooking!

The Cooking Refire

Cooking is, by no means, a small hobby. Cooking is one of the oldest and most popular pastimes in the world. People spend their lives honing the craft to become world-class chefs. Business owners thrive off the ever-growing industry surrounding it. But thanks to fast-food and restaurants, a lot of people have not taken to cooking in the ways our ancestors did. Many simply see cooking as a means to an end.

But lockdown has revitalized that passion within people. And that is why 2021 is the perfect year to start a cooking blog.

You might be thinking ‘The world is already oversaturated with cooking blogs’ and you are half right. There are a lot of cooking blogs out there, that’s for sure. But cooking isn’t one of those things that can ever be perfected. There is no definite end to it. Every meal is unique based on who made it. And to that end so is every cooking blog.

The Personal Touch

Cooking is as much an art as it is a science. And art is based on the artist. If you ask two cooks to make a dish with the same ingredients, chances are the two dishes will somehow be different and varied enough to make them wholly unique.

And there is a large audience out there always looking for something new and exciting to spruce up their meals. So there is always a viewership for new food blogs.

Starting a food blog will also encourage you to start thinking about your food in a more creative way. If you are thinking about ways to impress people and put your own spin on things, you’ll soon find yourself cooking dishes you never thought possible.

Running a food blog doesn’t just mean cooking though. It also means you get the chance to discuss foods you like and restaurants you have eaten at. You can share all your hot tips, thoughts, and feelings and generally make your voice heard within the food community.

Getting Technical

Like we said. Cooking is an art. But it is also a science. At its core, it is the very epitome of chemistry. And with it, there comes a vast amount of technical knowledge and skills that can be perfected over time. And a cooking blog will allow you to do just that.

When you start writing about your food and the cooking process in greater detail, you will find you naturally start putting more time and effort into your cooking than you did before. This will soon make you a stronger chef with a keener eye and a steadier hand.

You’ll also find that, once you have started your own food blog, you will start naturally reading more blogs in your spare time. Mainly to get tips on how to lay yours out, but also you’ll pick up more technical tricks that you can apply to your own cooking further down the line.

Good Fashioned Fun

The biggest and most important reason for starting a food blog in 2021. For fun! Cooking is incredible. It is a wonderfully fun experience that you get to eat after. And creating a blog is a great way to look back into your past, grow your own skills, meet like-minded people, and just have a blast.

Whatever you do, make sure you enjoy it! This should be something you can revel in, not drowning in stress. So oil up your pans and get cooking!