Hi, I am Lyndi. Nice to meet you!
I started the nwafoodie blog in 2009 for selfish reasons. Since there were only little snippets of time in the week for me to run around and explore the food scene in Northwest Arkansas, I figured that if I had a way to share these backyard discoveries on a broader level, then hopefully you would share your discoveries with me.
The plan worked.
I write about eating and living well. I am passionate about intoxicating food touch points such as ingredients, sources, gadgets, unique restaurant dishes, and the local food scene. You will find that I like to keep things simple and uncomplicated.
You are my inspiration.
I know you want to stand out from the crowd, to experiment and to learn new things. I know you want to eat well and to live well. See? We already have a bond of mutual affection!
In addition to writing this blog, I am a shopper insightand influencer marketing professional and I passionately love it. I dig through reams and reams of research to uncover the ah-has and stories that shoppers are begging for us to desperately know about them… and encourage them to share heir stories. When it comes right down to it, whether it is my job or my blog, both focus on helping others.With a dash of storytelling thrown in.
How may I help you?
Drop me a line.
nwafoodie (at) gmail (dot) com
This I Believe.
I believe that a foodie loves both the simplicity and complexity of food and drink.
I believe that a foodie eats mindfully.
I believe that a foodie (ought to) give thanks for every bite.
I believe that a foodie respects food.
I believe that a foodie believes that we are what we eat – mentally, physically, emotionally, and even spiritually.
I believe that a foodie is not a gourmand or a food snob.
I believe that a foodie is curious to know how food is prepared, preserved, and planted.
I believe that a foodie is always on the lookout to learn, grow, share, and serve.
I believe that a foodie is enthralled with the 360 degree touch points of food.
I believe that a foodie loves to explore.
I believe in the power of giving.
I believe in not wasting life.
What do you believe?
Eat well, my friends. Eat well.