There are some things that can’t be said about the world of celebrity food bloggers and it’s not just because they’re the face of their respective brands.
The food is often cooked with care, sometimes with the best of intentions, and it can also be delicious, and sometimes, downright addictive.
Here’s a look at some of the things that make up this world of food bloggers.
The ingredients They are often inspired by their own kitchens or the foods that they love.
For example, the Cheeseburger from Food & Wine magazine is based on a cheeseburger recipe from the late American writer and chef James Beard.
“The only difference is that James Beard’s is a real burger, whereas the Cheeseeburger is a hamburger with an apple on top,” Cheesegurger.com says on its blog.
In another example, Cheesesmart.com describes its food as “the best burgers and cheese sandwiches in the world.”
It’s the only place in Australia where a burger has more than 100% cheese on it.
“It’s one of the best cheeseburgers around, hands down,” Cheessmart.co.uk says.
Cheesemart.com has a whole menu of burgers and cheeses that are “smoked, salted and grilled”, which it calls “the quintessential burger” and “the absolute best grilled cheese sandwich”.
The Cheesefriends.com blog features recipes for the best burgers in the universe and also says: “You have to try this.”
The style The food often looks and tastes like what you would expect from the brand.
The menu includes a variety of burgers, cheeses and salads, all of which are cooked with “all natural ingredients”.
“This includes no artificial flavours, preservatives, preservative-free or colourings, all natural, non-GMO or soy-free, gluten-free and nut-free,” the site says.
The inspiration and motivation “If you’re looking for a way to celebrate a special occasion or a good day of your life, this is the place,” Chezburger.com claims.
Cheezburger says its recipes are inspired by “the food and lives of people like you and me.”
“You can go out to a burger joint, eat a burger at a burger place, go for a meal with your family and friends and then come back to the restaurant to have a burger,” it says.
“Our menus are not limited to one thing; you can find burgers that are super fresh and super flavourful, and burgers that were made with ingredients that are sustainable and local.”
Cheezburgers.com also offers a special menu of “cheese curries”, which are made from cheese, vinegar and olive oil, and “fruits and vegetables”, which Cheezer.com calls “inspired, seasonal and delicious”.
The personalities Behind the scenes, Cheezeburger.co says it is “a team of food and entertainment professionals working together to create the perfect meal and experience for you and your family”.
“Our mission is to provide you with the greatest experience possible,” it states.
Cheechbudgets.com is “dedicated to bringing you the very best in food, wine, cocktails, music, dining and lifestyle”, and the “world’s largest burger chain”, Cheezetopia, has “the world’s best burgers”.
Cheezeber.com lists Cheezestra, “the ultimate burger restaurant”, as one of its top five burger chains.
The lifestyle Cheesecake.com, which is a division of Cheezemart, offers a “secret” menu that “guarantees you’ll get a burger you’ll remember”.
“We don’t have a menu,” Cheezecake.co explains.
“Instead, we offer a secret menu that you’ll love because it is completely unique and only available to those who have been verified as a verified member of our VIP group.
We offer our VIP members the best food, drink and entertainment available in the restaurant and we’re the only restaurant in Australia that offers a fully booked menu and a full bar.
The secret menu offers you the absolute best burgers, cheese curries, and other special menu items that we never offer to our regular guests.”
Cheesecakes.com doesn’t disclose the name of its VIP members, but says it offers “the highest quality and most innovative burgers, burgers, and cheesecakes available anywhere”.
The restaurant also has a “world-class” menu of salads and appetisers, which includes the “best of Australian ingredients”, as well as “fries and sauces” and even “frozen desserts”.
The “special guests” The restaurants have also made sure that guests can’t get bored with the menu.
“You’ll never see a menu with a lot of things on it,” CheesyCheeseburgs