[Thoughts on the Table – 77] Celebrating Memorie di Angelina’s Ten-Year Anniversary, with Frank Fariello

Frank Fariello

Acclaimed food blogger Frank Fariello from Memorie di Angelina is back on the show on the occasion of his first ten years of blogging!

In the episode, Frank talks about his blogging process—from identifying a new dish to sourcing the ingredients, executing the preparation, taking the photos, writing the recipe, editing it for publication. In particular, Frank discusses his approach on measurements or lack thereof.

In the second part of our chat, Frank gives his take on how blogging has changed in the last ten years and makes a prediction on how it may evolve in the future.

You can follow Frank also on: Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.

Paolo Rigiroli

Author: Paolo Rigiroli

Now based in the UK, Paolo is an Italian who lived in Canada for nearly 18 years and blogs about Italian food and its many aberrations.

8 thoughts on “[Thoughts on the Table – 77] Celebrating Memorie di Angelina’s Ten-Year Anniversary, with Frank Fariello”

  1. Terrific interview. I love Frank’s Memories of Angelina and have used many of his recipes. His Pasta e Fagioli is wonderful. Simple and delicious. I always look forward to reading his blog and recipes.

  2. I love all your podcasts, Paolo, but particularly enjoyed this one with Frank as I have been following him for years. I really appreciate his style, and all the wonderful authentic recipes he shares. And it is always fun to hear someone’s voice when you have only know them as an online presence!

    1. Thanks so much, David! It’s for me always amazing to connect with my guests, get to know them better, and having them connect with their fans in a different way through the podcast.

  3. En mi blog elPasaplatos he utilizado mucho las recetas e ideas de “Memorie…”. Muchas gracias por las aportaciones y esperamos (deseamos) que sigas aportando ideas y desvelando recetas de Italia.

  4. It is very impressive especially as Frank also has a busy professional life, and I don’t mean only as a translator, writer, editor etc like many of the bloggers here including me.

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