About

Welcome to my blog! I’m Will, a 17 year old who currently lives in the UK and loves to make interesting, tasty food. Please have a look around all the different things I have made, which include recipes and helpful tips for if you want to make it too.

 

Please also follow me via:

Instagram@greencookingblog to see all my photos!

Twitter – @greencooking99 for updates on my cooking and more!

 

For any enquiries, please email me via greencookingblog@gmail.com

 

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      1. Thank you – I am really happy to hear this, because unlike a lot of blogs, I don’t do ‘staged’ cooking (don’t cook ‘dinner’ at lunch to photograph it in daylight, that sort of thing – I cook, take photos, and then we eat, and dinner is often after sunset). Since you are starting out, it’s a good idea to not get professional-photo food blog envy because that’s what a lot of food blogs are – for-profit enterprises that are monetized. You write because you love food, which is a different thing altogether. This is not to say that you can’t or shouldn’t get better at taking pictures (they are already quite good), but it’s something to keep in perspective.

        As to my blog – two things! One, I used to be far, far worse at taking photographs of food. Far worse. And two – my food didn’t look nearly this good when I was 16! Practice does help, as do unpretentious cookbooks (pretentious cookbooks only ever make you not want to cook).

        If you have questions, feel free to drop me a message!

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  1. Hi Will, thanks for visiting my blog! I’m with Veronika on taking food photos, we too cook/prepare what we fancy, if it turns out well we take a pic and then we eat! I’m a now a vegan, raw foodie and juicer but when I was your age all I could cook was a boiled egg and toasted soldiers, so well done. I made sure my son could cook before he went to uni and now he loves being in the kitchen teaching his own kids. Good luck! 👏🏻

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      1. It’s not really a cookery blog, more about health and nutrition with a few creative and thought-provoking posts thrown in, but thank you for taking the time to look ☺️🍐🍏🍍

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  2. Hi Will, thanks for the follow! I’m glad you enjoy my blog! It’s nice to see someone as young as yourself is passionate about food. Keep up the good work 😉

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  3. Howdy! Thanks for the thumbs-up on one of my posts!
    Food is a wonderful gift, and it is clear you understand that!
    Love the recipes, and don’t be hesitant to try new things! 🙂

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  4. Hi Will, thanks for popping in and following me! I have to say that like many others I’m very impressed with your cooking here, and like many keen cooks I probably don’t allow my own children enough space to do their own thing in the kitchen so you’ve inspired me to let them have a go 🙂

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    1. Hi there, thanks for the comment. My parents never used to let me either, but my grandparents allowed me to make what I want, which definitely helped me start baking at such an early age. Yes, your kitchen may become a mess, but it will be worth it in the long run and it is great fun!

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  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am very impressed by your blog, especially the great photos. I have two sons, the eldest began cooking and really enjoying food at your age. He’s 24 now & no longer living at home but he’s still very interested in healthy food. We often message when watching Masterchef or Great British Bake Off! Good luck with your blog!

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  6. Hi Will, I think it is wonderful that you are interested in cooking and experimenting with flavours at such a young age. I started much later than you but still managed to get onto MasterChef NZ! Have fun. You’d be great.

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  7. Hi Will, there are so many people already that have commented on your young age, your great recipes, and your amazing blog, that I can only agree with them and thank you sincerely for following my blog and liking some of my recipes. I wish any of my grandkids showed interest in food and creative recipes, but I guess you’d have to grow up in grandma’s kitchen, like I did. Best of luck to you in cooking, blogging, and everything else you do in life!

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    1. Thank you so much! I had the same experience of cooking with my grandma when I was very young, and I think that’s what has made me love cooking so much. I hope you enjoy the recipes to come in the future, and I have to say that I love your blog posts too!

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  8. It makes me so happy when young people are keen an interested in food – not just eating it but also making it. I grew up watching my dad cook and that’s how I got my love of cooking. Keep it up and enjoy!!!

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