You’ve got questions…we’ve got answers!
Why doesn’t Your Mood Your Food provide the recipes directly on your website?
The recipes we spotlight belong to the chefs/bloggers who created them, so they aren’t ours to post on our site.
These chefs/bloggers have put countless hours into developing and testing their recipes and the majority request other bloggers not to post their actual recipes on their own website.
We fully support their request.
We are a curation site highlighting delicious recipes and providing real-kitchen insights to ensure you know the ins and outs of a recipe before you try it.
Each post contains multiple links to the original blogger’s recipe. Just click the link and you’ll find the recipe.
In addition, the original recipe post typically contains additional information pertaining to the recipe, appropriate substitutions, nutritional information, tips and tricks, as well as additional photos that may be of use to home cooks.
A large part of what we are trying to do is to amplify the great work chefs/bloggers are doing and we don’t want to diminish the time and effort they’ve put into their work.
What makes Your Mood You Food different than other food blogs?
We make your life easier by showing you Simple to Make, Easy to Elevate, and Made to Impress options to help you break free from your recipe rut.
Some days you just need to get dinner on the table and you’re tired of serving the same meals again and again.
Recipes listed as Easy to Elevate are a step up from the ordinary in preparation or flavor profile, but they’re still very achievable.
Made to Impress recipes are for days when you want to challenge your culinary skills (but still in an achievable way) and make something that will amaze your family and friends.
Why does Your Mood Your Food only do three recipes in your roundups?
We elected to limit the number of recipes we provide in our roundup to remain focused on our Simple to Make, Easy to Elevate, and Made to Impress philosophy.
Our goal is to always make it easier for you to find recipes that take you out of your comfort zone but are still achievable and delicious. There are countless recipe roundups that incorporate anywhere from 10 to 50 recipes for chicken or Italian or breakfast, or appetizers, but trolling through those long lists takes a lot of time and we’re here to save you time.
How will I know when you post new recipe ideas and roundups?
The easiest way right now is to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can also check the website if you’re in the mood for something new. We’re just starting out and will continue to add new posts as often as possible.
Do you ever do gluten-free recipe trios?
We don’t specifically search for and promote gluten-free recipes, but we do highlight when one of the recipes we spotlight has gluten-free options. There are many food bloggers who strictly focus on gluten-free recipes, but that isn’t the main goal of our site.
Where can I find recipe nutrition facts?
Nutrition facts are provided based on each recipe creator’s preferences. Click the recipe link which will take you to the original blogger’s post. Some bloggers/recipe creators always post nutrition facts, and some don’t.
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