Hello and welcome to ‘Articuleat’, a blog which fuses knowledge and experience of the culinary world, with a passion for food writing.
After the mild success of my first blog, designed to help financially challenged students (as I was at the time) cook tasty food to a budget, I became hooked on the blogosphere. I gained a a great satisfaction in knowing that others enjoyed cooking my food as much as I did. So I am back with a culinary vengeance to show you all that I don’t stop at student food.
Articuleat is the place to come for a current affairs food perspective with a sense of humour. It acts as a forum for a wide range of weird and wonderfull recipes and articles created, produced and photographed by myself.
Now a little about myself…
I am currently 22 and have worked in a range of professional kitchens for the last ten years, most memorably the one rosette status ‘Kings Arms Hotel’ (Oxfordshire), and the newly launched and highly acclaimed ‘Begging Bowl’ (London). About half way through this so far short-lived career, I felt a sudden urge to do something a little more than just chef – so I completed a Journalism degree at Kingston University.
For many years I have always had a desire to be a food writer, I have also come to realise that subconsciously, I have shaped most of my life around gaining the bare essentials to make this happen. I believe that in order for me to write about food in an interesting way, I needed to throw myself into the deep end and rough it out in the kitchen. Every day is a school day in the kitchen, no matter how experienced you are – my life aim is to share what I learn through working in the kitchen, so you don’t have to.
Now a little about ‘Articuleat’…
My posts within this blog aim to be a delicate yet humourous balance of culinary articles and recipes. I was lucky enough to write for many publications as a result of my last blog which I enjoyed thoroughly, I now wish to continue this whilst having my own place to share my thoughts. With ‘Articuleat’ I am setting up my own little corner of the internet to share what I have learned through working in the catering industry, as well as discussing some interesting ‘foodie’ topics that I come across in my random obsessive impulses with food.
Food is a large part of my life which I would feel naked without, as you are reading this I’m sure we share this passion. So finally, thanks for taking an interest in my blog and please do read on and hopefully you enjoy what you read.
As always, sharing is caring so please don’t hesitate to contact me or leave a comment if you have something you would like to ask and I will reply as swiftly as possible.
Sebby HolmesFollow @sebbyholmes1