It’s a new year! Welcome to 2015. I hope this year brings you happiness, good fortune and awesome food.
Before I delve into my plans and aspirations for this new year, I wanted to quickly reflect on 2014. To be honest, it wasn’t my most favourite year. I felt quite lost at times and found it difficult to balance university, work, social and Nibble Nation. It was hard to have all these new recipe ideas in my head but unable to actually experiment and write them out. But negatives aside, I am glad that I was able to complete my #365daysofdinner challenge and carry out my #CountdownToChristmas series. I loved being able to recreate dishes I enjoy. I felt as if every time a new recipe went live, you were able to experience a piece of who I am. Taking a more personal perspective and sharing food experiences with you. I also turned 22 and finished my Nursing degree which means I’m out in the real world this year,
|I turned 22 at the end of 2014. Here’s a pic of amazing people that I was able to share that with.|
|Picture of my ‘Gelato Messina’s ‘Dr Evil’s Magic Mushroom’ cake from my friends Tree & Adrian. Thank you!|
My hopes for 2015 for Nibble Nation, is to continue putting out more recipes that represent me. I want to also continue with restaurants whether local or internationally whenever I can. I know I may not be as concise and technical in my food descriptions but hey, I’m no Gordon Ramsay. I’m just giving you my first impressions of places I go to and hope that we can share our food thoughts together.
Lastly, I want to thank you to those that do follow me and try out any of my recipes. I’m glad I plucked up the courage to put myself out there on the internet because it feels great having a project that you can say is yours. Better yet, I can’t believe that Nibble Nation is almost two years old. I feel I’ve grown a lot in these two years in both style of writing as well as improving my food photography skills. So, thank you and may 2015 bring in some more awesome food to fill our bellies.