Write for us

Passionate about iconic food creators, trends, great heritage food, local cuisine, street food, and fusion foods? Flaunt your content at Dazefood. Email us at dazefood12@gmail.com with the subject line “Food Write For Us” to become a contributor today.

Do we accept new contributions on our blog?

We like to feature new writers that have a flair for cooking (and writing).

What kind of content do we publish?

We accept articles that are thoughtful and interesting aside from food recipes, we also love publishing expert advice, opinions and food stories and experiences.

Be creative and original is all we request.

The best piece of recommendation to form sure your article are going to be published is to travel through our blog and understand the theme and literary genre .

With that being said, we require each piece to contain a minimum of 1500 words, must contain supporting and internal links, and is correctly formatted.

Please make sure that your article is accurate and is error-free.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What should I write about food?

Here are a few tips to help you write about food:

  • Figure out what kind of food writing are you interested in.
  • Find a unique perspective or angle or niche that you wish to write about.
  • Use sensual language and be as descriptive as possible.
  • Avoid using generic terms such as “tasty”, “delicious” and “mouth-watering”.
  • Proofread your article or recipe or guide to make it look professional.

What is the purpose of food writing?

For us, food writing isn’t just about communicating about food. In fact, our aim is to provide our readers with an aesthetic experience.

Where do you pitch food articles?

You can pitch food articles to websites like ours. Send us your pitch a dazefood12@gmail.com with the subject line “Food Write For Us”. 

Do food bloggers get paid?

We’re unfortunately not paying food bloggers at this time.

How do you write a good food review?

In order to write a review that looks legitimate and has helpful information, follow these points:

  • Take notes and click pictures
  • Be specific
  • Be fair
  • Don’t rant
  • Remember to proofread.