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Conversations with Michelle Yuth

Today we’d like to introduce you to Michelle Yuth.

Michelle, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
I start food blogging in 2017, right after my dad or “papamunches” was diagnosed with cancer. He always taught me that food is the universal language of love and a bad day can always be cured with good food. So, this was my way of coping by sharing all the good eats I found through Yelp and my home-cooked favorites. When I first started, I was utilizing the Yelp app to seek out my next great eat. I was checking in to any and all locations I visited and writing reviews along the way. After doing that for a few months, I became Yelp elite! I started attending events and documenting my journey on the blog. This opportunity led to meeting other foodies and joining DMV Foodie Crew. Today, you can find me still sharing my next great eats, my favorite home-cooked meals, events, and more!

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I started this blog one day just for myself to share the restaurants I was checking out and home-cooked meals with no intention of having a following. So, it came to a surprise when people started to follow and express that they enjoyed the content I was making. I began to take it more seriously and start to learn how to take better pictures, create more captivating captions, and more. However, there are always those days when you are unmotivated or struggling to come up with the content. I think these are normal struggles that most of us face.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
I specialize in food blogging mainly in the Baltimore area, but I also travel around the DMV. I post content about food, but also grocery hauls from Aldi, Trader Joes, Sprouts, and more. I recently started two new series on my page called “Recreating Food from my Bitmoji’s” and “Cookbook Creations.” I think it’s so fun to recreate meals you see from shows and books, but I found the Bitmoji’s to be so cute. I also absolutely love cooking and thought it would be really interesting to document my journey cooking through cookbooks!

What makes you happy?
Creating lasting memories with people makes me happy. Many of the meals I’ve shown on my blog are always good meals I’ve shared with good company. Therefore these pictures are reflections of those meals and memories for me to reminisce on in the future!

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