Last week was Chattanooga Restaurant Week, which was a celebration of the wonderful local food scene in the Scenic City. It was a week of really good eating, getting to know some of the city’s best chefs and treating myself to some delicious (and sometimes unusual) cuisine.
As a self-proclaimed foodie and food blogger, I got super excited about Chattanooga Restaurant Week. It seemed like a prime opportunity for me to do what I do best: eat, blog, and tell all y’all about it.
Restaurant Week wasn’t just a week of really good eating; it was also a time for trying new things, pushing myself, experimenting, testing and learning.
I’ve been telling myself that it’s time to step out of my blogging comfort zones and add a new dimension to my work, specifically video. I was never comfortable on video–that’s why I didn’t go into broadcast–but I knew how important it was and how much fun it could be. So for Restaurant Week, I teamed up with my friend William to explore this whole video thing (pair your strengths, right?) and we had a ton of fun sharing our Restaurant Week experiences with our audiences across social media, in the form of a pop-up variety show.