A friend and I (a former chef) are in the process of setting up a british food blog and are looking for Brit's abroad who might be interested in doing a guest post of two in exchange for a few backlinks.
We'd be looking for posts of regional cuisine where you're based including images or alternately related to your travels.
We currently have guest bloggers in Paris and North Germany and are looking for others
Maybe you could help? If it takes off we might be able to offer a regular slot and payment as well.
Feel free to drop me a message through my profile.
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