Jenna Passaro is on a mission to help foodies cook up their wildest dreams — in and out of the kitchen.
Years ago, Jenna ditched a predictable career path with very few vacation days to pursue a life of fun, food and travel.
Along the way, she started Sip Bite Go and wrote The Home Chef’s Sous Vide Cookbook. Jenna also hosts the podcast, My Weird Food Obsession, which explores the fascinating stories behind people who pursue careers in peculiar food niches.
Jenna is based in Portland, OR and is always in the mood for pizza.
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Jenna Passaro Show Notes
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Sous Vide Cookbook – Jenna Passaro
What did you do before you started blogging?
Did you go to school for that?
You must have an advantage for doing the marketing?
Was it fun traveling as much as you did?
Why did you start blogging?
Which has been your favorite job?
When did you start blogging?
What time of the year?
How did you pick the name of your food blog?
When you first started, how many times a week did you publish a post?
How many do you publish now?
When do you think you got serious about blogging?
How many drafts do you have in place to be published right now?
Once you started, how long did it take for you to start making money?
What is the best thing that you’ve done for the blog?
Do you have anyone that helps you with your blog?
How many hours a week does she do work for you?
Where in your house do you photography your recipes?
From start to finish, how long does it take to photograph a recipe?
Do you do process shots?
What do you love about blogging?
Do you do a video for every single one of your recipes?
Do you do all the editing yourself?
What is the hardest thing you find about blogging?
Is there any advice that someone gave you about blogging that you wish you’d listened to?
So you haven’t sought out a community like Food Blogger’s Central or anything like that?
Why is Pinterest your favorite social media platform?
What do you use to make your pins?
What do you use for backgrounds?
Do you use natural or artificial light?
Do you use natural light for your videos as well?
Do you use a tripod?
What kind of camera do you have?
What about your favorite lens?
Do you do your own SEO or does someone do it for you?
What tools do you use that are essential to your business?
Knowing what you know now, if you were to start blogging, what would you do differently?
What is your most popular post?
What is your favorite marketing tool?
Was there anything that catapulted you to the next level?
Talk a little about your podcast?
What is your biggest food failure?
What is your favorite cuisine?
What is your favorite dish?
What is one thing you can’t live without in your kitchen?
Do you have a favorite cookbook?
Elaine, what a pleasure to chat with you. When you asked me to be on the show, I thought how wild it is to imagine that just a year ago, I was deeply indulging in your podcast while getting through a kitchen renovation… unable to cook much or blog at the time.
Being on the show was a great opportunity to reflect on the food blogging journey and celebrate it at the same time. And, what a joy to experience your beautiful voice 1:1 haha 🙂 I can’t be the only one who thinks you have the smoothest voice in podcast land! Many thanks for your interest and time. Loving the new “Dishing” title of the show.
XO and hope to catch up on my podcast with you in the coming months.
Cheers, Jenna from Sip Bite Go
Thanks so much Jenna! The pleasure was mine! It was fun chatting with you and getting to know you better. I’ve been following your journey for a while and was happy when you agreed to be on the podcast. 🙂