[Thoughts on the Table – 87] Introducing Eva from Electric Blue Food

Eva from Electric Blue Food

Eva (Electric Blue Food) is a photographer and blogger based in Sweden who is passionate about food, traveling, and language.

In the episode, we talk about Eva’s upbringing and the places she’s lived. We then focus on Scandinavia and what it’s like in winter for a photographer who works with natural light. We discuss blogging as a diary, but also as storytelling. And about the value of food-blogs over recipe books. To conclude, Eva shares her most special recipe, chicken livers with onion, as taught to her by her grandmother.

You can learn more about Eva by visiting her website Electric Blue Food. You can also follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Bloglovin’, 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.

3 thoughts on “[Thoughts on the Table – 87] Introducing Eva from Electric Blue Food”

  1. Thanks for the introduction to Eva – her photos are amazing and I look forward to her future posts. I also love the recipe for chicken livers and onions in butter. She said it isn’t great “beginner food” but I have loved liver since I was a kid.

    1. Thanks, David for listening! Yeah, it’s interesting how we can “learn” flavors as kids, just as we learn everything else. Then, we may refuse to eat certain foods (I remember my ‘no soup’ phase!) only to go back to them strongly later on in life.

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