My 9-year-old son’s friend told me today that he is a “food blogger”. The mastermind behind Kids Food Fanatic, a blog aimed at giving a kids view of restaurants to other kids. The blog takes into account the food, décor and some other interesting factors.
“Really? Awesome!” was my reply.
So while him and my son were hanging out at our place on a play-date, I decided to check out his blog. I was immediately impressed, so I decided to interview him for The Urban Daddy (TUD), to help him get more readers and more comments and so he will be hooked on blogging like so many of us have become. His blog is called Fun Food Fanatic, and he is the Kid Food Fanatic (KFF).
Here is the interview:
TUD: “Why do you blog? What got your started?”
KFF: “I love rating food, and I want kids to have the feeling they can make good choices about restaurants they want to go to and they know the food there is a great, and kid-friendly”.
TUD: “What was the best restaurant experience you have had so far?”
TUD: “What did you like about them?”
KFF: “The atmosphere. It was very funny. The food was also rock solid delicious. Did you get that? Rock Solid Delicious. It was burger galore at the Works.”
TUD: “How do you decide where you go next?”
KFF: “I don’t decide. I grab my notebook and write about where we go as a family.”
TUD: “Have you been to places you hated?”
KFF: “No, not yet”.
TUD: “What is your favourite type of restaurant / food?”
KFF: “I like restaurants with good burgers which have good, fast service. I also like restaurants with creative decorations I can look at while eating.”
TUD: “What if you went to a restaurant and the food was terrible. Would you post that?”
KFF: “I would tell them why I thought the food was terrible. I would say something like, “nice try” and “please do not make that mistake again” and then I would blog it because kids have to know this.”
Big thank you to the Kids Food Fanatic.
His blog can be found here;
or here if you prefer to paste and click on your own.
Please pay him a visit and welcome him to the blogosphere.