Happy New Year! Hoping for great things this year, and ready to start the year with the first #ScotFood chat. It’s on Monday 6 January 2014 at 9 – 10 pm. All you need to join in is a Twitter account, and to tag your tweets #ScotFood.
Follow the hosts for the first ScotFood chat of the year to see the questions being tweeted out:
Janice Pattie @FarmersGirlCook
Sheena Horner @Galloway Chilli
Leslie McKie @AbbeyCottage
Kerry Waddell @Giacopazzis
Our hosts (and me, @SusanMcNaughton) will be tweeting out the questions for the chat, which will be:
21:00 Q1 – Introduce yourself: first name, first part of postcode, your business or reason for joining #ScotFood
21:05 Q2 What are your food and drink resolutions for 2014? #ScotFood
21:15 Q3 What kind of food events do we need in D&G and Borders in 2014? #ScotFood
21:25 Q4 How would Scottish food businesses like to work with food bloggers? #ScotFood
21:35 Q5 Food budgeting in Jan – suggestions for cost cutting while still creating good meals. #ScotFood
21:45Q6 Burns night is coming, celebrated traditionally with haggis, neeps and tatties. Any alternative ideas for the menu? #ScotFood
21:55 Q7 What famous foods from southern Scotland do you use regularly in your cooking? #ScotFood
Photo sharing is welcome throughout the chat – the more the better! Just tag your photo #ScotFood or use it to answer one of the questions.
22:00 #ScotFood chat ends – till the next time 3 February where we move to Orkney and Shetland, and are looking for hosts!
Would you like to host a future #ScotFood chat or find out more? http://www.susanmcnaughton.co.uk/2013/10/tips-for-hosts-scotfood-chat/
If you’d like to join in the #ScotFood chat here are the tips for participants: http://www.susanmcnaughton.co.uk/2013/10/tips-for-participants-scotfood-chat/
Any questions? Let me know either by commenting below or tweeting me @SusanMcNaughton.