The Internet Chef Talks to Melissa Klemke from

Melissa from www.frillsinthehills.com

and asks her Just one Question…

What inspired you to blog about food?”

My family. My parents and grandparents are fantastic cooks and I was taught to cook from a young age. I started my blog initially more as a place to record thoughts/information and stuff about my kids mainly for posterity.  Then I started to add the recipes I cook and tried so I could refer to them easily.
Quickly this became a bit of an addiction, and I found myself wanting to create a bit of a ‘family cookbook’ online.  I intend to have my recipes printed and bound for my three daughters (how many volumes I don’t know!) so they’ll always be able to make family favourites and ‘Mum’s cooking’ when they grow up.
So now it’s a bit of a legacy you might say.

Food blogger profile

Website:  http://www.frillsinthehills.com

Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/frillyhills

Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/frillsinthehills

Best described as a ‘Passionate home cook’ Liss loves to inspire the everyday family to throw out those recipe mixes and easy-meals and make it yourself – it isn’t as hard as you think!  Liss’ family of five frequent farmers markets and farmgate trails to show her readers how to meal-plan using seasonal produce and bake many treats to cut down that grocery bill without depriving yourself of a treat,in fact, quite the opposite!

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  1. Hannah Cameron said…

    I love the Frills in the Hills blog. I'm at home with my kids at the moment and Melissa's recipes are perfect for mums wanting to cook well without spending the week's food budget on one meal!

    • Bridget said…

      Thank you Hannah! Yes Melissa is an amazing resource for many.

      Thanks again for commenting!
      Bridget

  2. nellbe said…

    I love Liss also – her blog is really great and caters for us minorites. I am a coeliac so its refreshing to have someone try gluten free recipes for us. Thanks Liss!

    • Bridget said…

      Thank you Nellbe!

      It's great to see how Melissa helps you.

      All the best,

      Bridget

  3. lISS said…

    Hannah and Nelbe, it's an absolute joy to not only blog and share this stuff (and eat it 😉 ) but it absolutely makes my WEEK to read such generous, lovely comments! xxx

    Bridget and Mahei – thank you so much for the wonderful opportunity to be on your amazing site! Very appreciated xxx

    • Bridget said…

      Thank you Melissa for sharing your beautiful story!!

      The comments are a warm reflection of your wonderful story.

      Thank you,

      Bridget

  4. I lurve Liss's blog! She's one hellava super Mum 🙂

    • Bridget said…

      Thank you for sharing Christie!

      No wonder she has a great blog with everything else she has to do.

      Bridget

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