Are you a marketing specialist looking for food bloggers to partner your brand with? If you like what you see on this site, please contact me and let's talk. Please keep in mind, this is primarily a cooking and recipe blog. I rarely, if ever, do restaurant reviews on this site but if it's a place I enjoy, I will do shootouts on my social media platforms.
I accept compensation for recipe development and consider opportunities for sponsored posts as well as reviews of cookbooks, kitchen tools, ingredients and food services. I will only accept sponsored posts for products I use or possible replacements for those products. I'm much more about whole foods, clean eating, and the less processed the better these days so that will greatly influence my decision whether or not to review or try a product.
Acceptance of goods does not necessarily guarantee a review. If reviewed, there is no guarantee of a positive review. However, I do guarantee that all reviews will be thorough and honest and posts will be broadcast across all of my social media platforms.
For the benefit of transparency to my readers, all sponsored content will be clearly disclosed.
Brands I have worked with (click on names to see posts) and reviews:
- Mina Harissa
- California Avocado Commission
- Sweet Paul: Eat & Make cookbook review
- Driscoll's Berries
- NestFresh Eggs
- Melissa's Produce and here
- Recipe Renovator
- Women's Empowerment International
Let's work together! Email me today.
Fellow food bloggers
Looking to guest post to expose your site to a new audience and/or looking for someone to guest post on your site? Let's talk! Email me.
Here are some of the places I've been featured. If you'd like to feature me, one of my recipes or are interested in a blog hop, please connect with me. Thank you for the support!
As seen on …
Guacamole: recipe, story and photography here
Summer grilling cookbooks review here
Taco Party Time!: story, recipes and photography here
Her Daily Bread: story, recipe and photography here
Fresh Flavors of Summer: food styling, photography
Thanksgiving on a bun: food styling, photography
A peak behind the curtain
My day job as art director for U-T San Diego's Food section often involves cooking, prop and food styling and on set art direction during food cover shoots. U-T videographer Alejandro Jose Tamayo captured our time on set one recent morning while award-winning U-T photographer Eduardo Contreras and I worked on three shots for our Easter food cover story on eggs.
The making of a food cover.
The making of a food cover. Behind the scenes video of a food photography session. Eduardo Contreras and Ani L. Arambula narrate the video. Eduardo and Ani have recently received awards from the Society for News Design. I shot and edited this fun project. You can see the cover in today's UT San Diego Food section.
Posted by Alejandro Jose Tamayo on Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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