What happens when your blog starts pushing six years old? (I know, hard to believe! Though I guess Tiny Urban Kitchen as an entity didn’t start until 2009, but still!)
You start realizing that some of your posts, especially restaurant posts, are becoming more and more outdated. Restaurants often close, completely change their menus, switch up chefs, or go uphill (or downhill) in quality.
To sort of address this (and to avoid continually writing repeat posts about restaurants I’ve already featured), I’ve decided to start a new type of post on this blog, which I’ll call “Snapshots.”
Snapshots won’t be like my typical restaurant write-ups, which are detailed and contain all sorts of important information about the chef, menu, history, space, and various other facts. Instead, Snapshots will usually be short, photo-driven posts about a restaurant I’ve already discussed at length in an earlier post.
I find it’s a nice way of updating you on my thoughts regarding current, seasonal menus. It will allow me to share with you many more photos of gorgeous food that, in the past, would have just lived in my computer because I thought “No need to put it on the blog because I already wrote about this restaurant.” You’ll see more dishes from restaurants I tend to revisit.
I’ll always label “Snapshots” as such so you’ll know what kind of post to expect. And don’t worry, I don’t plan to stop writing and just post pictures from now on. I don’t intend on Snapshots taking up a huge percentage of the blog. However, I do like having more ways to share information with you whenever I find something cool from a restaurant meal I’ve enjoyed lately.
I’ll start with my first Snapshot this week, and will plan to add more whenever I think I have something that’s share-worthy.
Hope you enjoy it, and feel free to give me feedback in anyway.
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