Anthony Rahayel, from Beirut, Lebanon blogs at the wonderfully titled No Garlic No Onions (@nogarlicnoonion). Anthony doesn’t like garlic or onions, and blogs about his culinary journey through restaurant reviews and photographs from Lebanon and around the world. What’s your least favourite food? Garlic and Onions What would your last meal be? Eating caviar with no moderation. What celebrity or celebrity chef would you most like to break bread with? Alain Ducasse What are you most looking forward to about FBC12? Learn new things, new ways and to meet new friends Where do you get inspiration from?
The Food NetworkWhat’s your favourite part of the food blogging process? Eating and enjoying the moment, taking pictures and preparing the article are my favourite moments but don’t like the publishing process that consumes lots of time. How has food blogging changed your life?It made me focus on lots of details that I used to take for granted. Do you blog full time? What’s your day job? I do blog 70% of my time, as I am a Dental Surgeon.
Future aspirations for the blog? Publishing self created recipes What motivated you to blog about food? I love food, restaurants as well as etiquette and after writing on trip advisor for the last couple of years, decided to have my own blog to share my experiences and trips. Food Blogger Connect 2012
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