On our journeys round the country with the ScotFood Twitter chat, we’re returning for the second time to Perthshire, Dundee and Angus on 7 April 2014 between 9 and 10 pm. The aim of the chat is to let those who live and work in the area host a discussion on Twitter about what’s good, seasonal and local in the area. Twitter users from anywhere around the world can join in – all they have to do is mention #ScotFood in their Tweet, and answer the questions which our hosts will set.
Questions are now published below, allowing people who want to join in to find out what we’re talking about, prepare their answers, collect some relevant content about the discussion topics and perhaps write a blog post about the items to be discussed.
Due to various commitments on the evening of 7 April 2014, we currently have no hosts from within the region for the chat, but @SusanMcNaughton and @CrailFoodFest will be Tweeting out the questions, and hopefully some more of our hosts from other regions will help out too – thanks in advance for your support!
Date: 7 April 2014
Time: 9 – 10pm
9:00 pm Q1 Introduce yourself, first part of your postcode, reason for joining #ScotFood chat
9:05 pm Q2 Tayside area is known for soft fruit production – what’s your favourite drink made from soft fruit? #ScotFood
9:20 pm Q3 Where would you direct foodie visitors to in Dundee, Angus and Perthshire? #ScotFood
9:35 pm Q4 Share a tip to help local food producers get more from Twitter? #ScotFood
9:50 pm Q5 Please share a photograph or recipe of something you’ve been cooking, eating or drinking this month #ScotFood
Tips for Participants here.
Tips for Hosts here.
To support the Perthshire, Dundee and Angus chat, I’ve used a Pinterest Board to show more about the area – how would you help the area to shine online? Do make suggestions by commenting below: