Thank you to Lauren from Elle Blogs for nominating me to do the #fdbloggersGTK post. It's a totally different post to those I normally write! As I'm sure lots of you know, there's a great community of food bloggers who use the #fdbloggers, set up by the lovely Loriley, to share posts, recipes and talk about all things food. Loriley has now gone one better by creating a #fdbloggersGTK tag so we can all find out a bit more about the people behind the food blogs.

- Name:

- Blog:
A Little Lusciousness 

- What was your reason for starting a blog?
I got really in to cooking and friends started asking me for recipes so I decided to start a blog where I could write about all things food related, including the recipes people were asking me for. 

- What’s the dish you’re most proud of?
As well as my blog, I run pop up restaurants, and am now trying to write a cookbook, so it's probably a dish that's never featured on my blog!! Though my 24 hour pulled pork gets a lot of love whenever I make it, and it's easy to do at home - lots of people have made it following the recipe on my blog. 

- What one kitchen utensil could you not live without?
My magimix - I use it for everything. Chopping, grating, slicing, kneading, blending.... the list goes on! In fact, I use it so much, the plastic on the handle recently snapped and fell off :( 

- You’re stranded on a desert island. What three ingredients do you take with you?
I guess it would have to be flour, eggs and milk so I could make pancakes, dumplings, something resembling bread, etc. Then I could catch fish(?!) and forage vegetables to make whole meals....!!

- Who do you take inspiration from?
I take inspiration from all around me - my food uses a lot of seasonal ingredients so that's the first part of the inspiration. Blog-wise, I adore Mimi Thorisson's blog, Manger, not only for her stunningly delicious yet simple recipes, but I love dogs! Mimi has 14 dogs and they feature in a lot of her gorgeous photos. 

- Your favourite social media platform?
Definitely Instagram. I use Facebook and Twitter as well but I'm not as good at keeping up with those! I find stuff gets lost on Twitter, and Facebook seems a bit antiquated, as well as the fact that they control how many people see your posts (or not), whereas a strong image on Instagram draws people in, and I've had a lot of blog traffic and pop up restaurant bookings from it.  

- Biggest disaster in the kitchen?
There have been a few...!! I baked a cheesecake only to realise I'd forgotten to add the sugar, so it came out like a baked egg white omelette (with blueberries and lemon curd). I've just moved house and I grilled 2 cakes a couple of weeks ago instead of baking them and that didn't work out so well either! 

- Favourite spot for a coffee?
My favourite coffee is from Flat White on Berwick Street, but I'm such a coffee fiend, that it's normally the nearest place serving it that's my favourite, though I do avoid Starbucks and all those other chains, and will always try and find a more independent cafĂ© to get my coffee fix from.

- Favourite food photo you've taken?
This is a tough one! I try and make my photos better all the time, but I think it's the ones I've just snapped quickly which have come out best. I use these 2 in a lot of my promotional material as I love the colour contrasts and the level of detail in each.

- What would you say was your most successful blog post and why?
There's a few posts that have had a lot more hits than others. I think mainly ones where I've reviewed something that costs quite a lot of money, such as The Ginger Pig butchery course, or the Michelin star Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs - as people like to read up on these things before they spend their own money on them. My Eating in Seville post was also popular, I think for similar reasons.

One of the posts that I'm really pleased has had a lot of hits was the post I've wrote on behalf of Action Aid, who I'm a blog ambassador for. I wrote about their Enough Food If campaign and it seemed to capture a lot of people's attention as it's had a lot of hits.

- Now nominate three food bloggers you’d like to get to know more:
I nominate the lovely Cygnet Kitchen, Sam the Food Fan, and Emily Eats.


  1. So many yummy food pictures, enjoyed reading this. The slow cooked pork sounds divine. I have mine to write and looking forward to sharing. The magi mix sounds like a great kitchen friend Lucy x

    1. Couldn't cook without my magimix... well I could, it would just take a lot longer!!

      Rosie xx

  2. I'm really enjoying the #fdbloggersGTK series as I love finding out more about why people started blogging etc... yeah, I'm a bit of a stalker! Looking forward to coming to one of your supper clubs soon.

  3. Love the full plate of chicken and rice (with some lemon of course!). Those kinds of shots always make my mouth water. Pinned :)


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