Now we will take your questions….
Do you take your own photos?
Yes, every photo on our site has been taken by my husband Tom. He is the resident photographer as well as taste tester and dish washer.
Do you eat all the food you prepare?
Yes, we do! We often have family come out and enjoy the food we prepared. Sometimes, especially when we prepare a dessert, we end up taking it to either my office or my husband’s office. Nothing goes to waste. We are very conscious about world hunger. We don’t use any food styling techniques that would make the food inedible.
Can I use one of your pictures?
Yes, absolutely. However, if you use one of our pictures, please give us credit and link back to Analida’s Ethnic Spoon.
Can I advertise on your blog?
Sure, please contact us for specific details.
What is your favorite food?
Hmm.. this is a tough one! I like so many different things. If I were to pick one, I would probably say Tortilla Espanola.
What ingredient(s) can’t you do without?
Well… there are a few: I am never without cilantro or parsley. Black beans and garbanzo beans are always in my pantry. Rice is a definite as is couscous. As far as spices are concerned, cumin, curry, Tellicherry peppercorns and nutmeg are among my favorite.
Can you answer questions about recipes?
Yes, absolutely! I would love to answer any questions you may have on any of my recipes. The best way to ask a quick question is send me a Facebook message and I will try to respond quickly.
Do you accept guest posts?
No, unfortunately I do not. I prefer to keep all the content my own. It’s kind of my little corner of the web.
Do you do product reviews?
Yes, I would love to review a product as long as it fits in with our ethnic focused content.
Where do you get all those funky backgrounds in your portrait pics?
Growing up in Panama I have a great love of Latin American art and I have a collection of paintings that you can check out here.
Please email me with any other questions, I try to answer all emails, Facebook messages and tweets.
Analida and Tom (Team Ethnic Spoon)