2019 Food Blogging Conference


In May, 2019, I attended my first Food Blogging Conference in Layton, Utah.  I had the opportunity to meet so many amazing people associated with the food blogging industry.  The workshops were very informative and educational.  As a result, I decided to create a food blogging website to share with the public our most typical foods in the Puerto Rican cultural.  Since I love history, I include a little food history in my food blogging as well.  I feel a meal is not complete unless you understand its origin.

Now you will be able to have access to amazing recipes along with step-by-step visual instructions.  Most recipes will be linked to a cooking video for you to view.  Aida’s Kitchen food blog will include new recipes as well as modern cooking techniques.  I also plan to partner with other talented chefs or food bloggers for upcoming cooking video demonstrations and culinary events.  My updated food blogging website has a tentative launch date of October 1, 2019.

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  • Olga I Thomas
    October 3, 2019 12:16 am

    You did it Aida! Website launched right on time as you had wished and it is great. Everything you wanted to know about Puerto Rico’s cuisine and more! For me when you add the history of a particular dish or food with your recipes it makes a complete package. I wish you the very best as you move forward with another step in the culinary world. Blessings!

  • Javier "Harv" Roman
    May 5, 2020 12:11 pm

    I have just discovered this blog while at work at my Chicago Public School, during the unfortunate and devastating pandemic (we remain open to serve free breakfast and lunch take home meals to our families). I am also a former Boys and Girls Club Director in Chicago’s Humboldt Park community (located between The Mighty Flags of Steel). One of our teachers recently treated me to her homemade limber, and it made me want to look up a recipe to post to my social media and share the story. Thank you for reminding me of the favorite foods of my childhood – which I never learned to make from my mother, but my son has, via You Tube…

    • Hi Javier, I am so glad you discovered my food blogging website. I try to incorporate food history in every recipe. Please share my website to your friends and family. Thank you for serving free breakfast and lunch to many families. I am pretty sure they appreciate the time and efforts that you and your co-workers are devoting during this unforeseen pandemic. Enjoy the Limber and take care and be safe.


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