Welcome to 2015!

Good day to you lovely readers, and a happy new year! This is the first official post of ‘The Hungry Buck’ and I would like to start by filling in the blanks from 2014. As some of you may know my previous domain name was, which I held for a year and gained a lot of experience in how to manage and write a blog. I had lots of positives coming from the comments section and a smattering of inevitable negativity which is to be expected and ignored. This is the internet after all.

The reason I had to close it was that I unfortunately ended up being made redundant from the company I was working for due to my department being essentially moved to Manchester, this meant the site had to fall behind finding gainful employment and dedicating myself to filling my financial void in my list of priorities. Timing is sometimes a wonderful thing brings unexpected surprises and joy, chance encounters and amazing experiences, however in this instance it brought a domain name renewal which I had to put on hold!

Fast forward to November 2014, I found a job and I am in a position that eclipses my previous one ten fold, meaning I am in a position where I can start up my favourite past time again and get the site on its feet. Over the next few weeks there will be a few write ups in regards to my activity last year partnered with various recipe cards and kitchen tips, so I hope i can meet the high standards expected of me. The site is currently a work in progress and i am working on the new logo and layout so bare with me on the aesthetics. In terms of the name change I felt it was quite apt that a fresh start came with a new name and layout, that paired with the fact it comes with some wicked wordplay (at this point I would be winking suggestively while giving you a slight nudge).

So some of the things you can expect this month are:

BBC good food show, winter: Quick rundown on the event with a countdown of the top 3 products and companies that I found.

Mugs of joy: Specialist and artisan teas, why you should be looking past PG tips.

The return of the “homemade” army.

Save your local butcher.

..And plentiful amounts of recipe cards such as homemade pasta, slow cooker trio, Lunch tips for the new year and some other really great (In my opinion) recipes for this time of year!.

So thanks for baring with me if you are a returning reader and if you are new to the page Hello and I hope you stay around for the duration of 2015.


By Phil Roberts

Juvenile pit smoker. From the UK. Works in the beer industry, Love blogging about food and drink. Hence the blog about you know... food and drink.

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