About

My name is Roz and my husbands name is Lee. We’ve been blogging since 2013 and in 2016 2 became 3 and The Foodie Family Blog was born!

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Ever since we met one of our main interests has been eating out and eating well. We’ve made it our mission to eat our way round the Michelin Star restaurants of the UK and the world (and maybe a few other slightly less expensive places too!)

On our honeymoon to the Lake district we decided we would write a blog about where we’ve been and the meals we’ve had, along with our own attempts at becoming culinary geniuses!!

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In our normal day to day lives, hubby is a chef and I am a GP.

As our blog has evolved I now do most of the writing, while my husband contributes by eating a lot of food and offering up his opinions! I also write about family life, travel and lifestyle as well as the extensive amount on food & drink!

I also currently write restaurant reviews and pieces for other publications, please have a look here at my other work

If you would like to work with The Foodie Family Blog on anything please contact thefoodiecoupleblog@hotmail.com, we’d love to hear from you!

5 Comments

  • Reply Thom Hickey 10th August 2014 at 17:51

    Pleased to have found your blog and look forward to reading more. Regards from Thom at the immortal jukebox (plugged in and ready to play).

  • Reply wattwurmnashi 15th November 2014 at 04:35

    I like your restaurant reviews, a lot of the places you review I would go to myself, your pictures are good & your descriptions & opinions are helpful. Looking forward to more fine dining from you in my Reader!

  • Reply Mike 26th May 2016 at 21:39

    Hi Roz
    Hope this finds you well.
    You have been selected part of the top 100 food bloggers 2016 in our website.
    The link to your page is located here
    http://www.ibbox.com/best-100-food-blogs-2016/

    Let me know if we can help in anyway.

    Mike

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