Whats the blog about?
This food blog has a goal. Not too long ago I read an article that stated that Millennials are the generation that spend the most on dining out. A whole 44% of food dollars to be exact. I love going to restaurants, being served, and eating anything professional chefs have to offer just as much as (if not more) than anyone else! However, I think a part of this 44% has to do with the fact that some of my fellow millennials aren’t confident enough to cook the meals they see in restaurants, at home. I’m going to show you different. You can eat incredibly delicious, high quality, delicate food right in your home. This blog is going to show you how.
And what else?
A value proposition I’m presenting with this blog is cost evaluation and comparison. With every recipe I post, I’ll be including the costs involved for each ingredient to the cent and provide the full monetary value to prepare the meals. Adding in the opportunity cost can be done with the time allotted to each dish. With the numbers involved, I hope to show you that making delicious food isn’t hard, and it’s actually really cheap. Compare these costs to those 15$ cocktails and 18$ minuscule plates of ceviche at restaurants, and who knows, maybe you’ll say the words “Lets dine in” a little more often.