Ok, confession time… I haven’t ever ventured as far north as the Northern Isles of Scotland, so I’ve been very glad to have the assistance of Elizabeth a.k.a. @TangoRaindrop to help set the questions so that we can highlight Orkney and Shetland in this month’s #ScotFood Twitter Chat.
Questions for 3 February 2014 #ScotFood Orkney and Shetland focus
So far, in preparation for the second ScotFood Twitter chat of 2014 (on 3 February at 9 – 10 pm), I’ve managed to recruit two brave hosts: Elizabeth, of Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary – who we suspect might just be Britain’s most northerly food blogger, and Russell & Naiomi Bremner who farm Water Buffalo on Orkney @OrkneyBuffalo. I’ve also been creating a Twitter list of folks who are based in Orkney or Shetland who might be interested in helping to host the chat. There is also a Pinterest Board for Orkney and Shetland where I’ve collected links to local producers and foodies on the Crail Food Festival Pinterest site. It’s been a fascinating process learning about what there is to entice people to visit, and it would be great to hear from people all over the world about what delights they’ve found in Orkney or Shetland.
Find out more about hosting: Tips for ScotFood Hosts – we’ll look to you to invite others to join in and Tweet out questions on the night.
Find out more about participating: Tips for ScotFood Participants – all welcome to join in!
Can you help suggest Orkney and Shetland food and drink producers, cafés, restaurants, bloggers who would like to get together to show the rest of the world what they have to offer via a chat on Twitter? We’ve already discovered cheese, mussels, oatcakes, salmon… what more to find out about the region?
We’re looking for more hosts, and of course you to participate! Any questions, tweet @SusanMcNaughton or comment below: