YummyTasteFood started as a personal food blog which has now outgrown itself into a large food guide website with the mission of becoming a community of food enthusiasts.
We specialize in guides, reviews, and tips for any avid baker or cook. We want to share our love of food and knowledge of many cuisines.
Food brings the community together. If you are a vibrant, life-loving person, you may be interested in becoming part of our community of food writers. As a site, we run a strict fact check and verification on all content published.
We have a range of authors, editors, and contributors to YummyTasteFood.com – each brings a tonne of experience from different industries, from fitness, dietitians, and hospitality professionals, to name a few.
Owner & Chief Editor
Heya, I’m Norah! The foodie editor here at YummyTasteFood! I love absolutely everything to do with food, baking, and eating! I earned my stripes in the hospitality industry as a pastry chef, sous chef, and barista. I’m now a freelance writing nomad. I do not miss the hospitality industry! Be sure to join our Facebook group – it’s free to access!
We fact-check and carefully maintain each guide or article. You will see a blue tick below each article, indicating they have fact-checked, verified, and classified as up to date following our editorial guideline policy. Each editorial editor has a degree or authority on the topic to verify the content.
Sarah is integral to our editorial team, ensuring articles are fact-checked and verified. She is a Registered Dietitian and freelance writer based in Canada. She has experience in various practice areas, including weight management, renal, oncology, diabetes, and gastrointestinal disorders. You can find her reading a fantasy novel or hanging out with her husband and two cats in her spare time.
David is an editor ensuring all guides are fact-checked and verified on YummyTasteFood. He graduated from Boston University with a degree in Commerce and London University with a degree in Business. He specializes in topics based on economics and food research from his degrees.
Hey, I’m Amy, I’m one of the content editors at YummyTasteFood! I tend to spend my time thinking of how many cats I could next adopt… I also have a massive sweet tooth and love all things chocolate, cake, pudding, or dessert related!
Content Writers & Contributors
Lee Holmes is a contributor at YummyTasteFood, she is an Accredited Clinical Nutritionist, Adv. Diploma in Integrative Nutritional Therapeutics from Naturecare College and runs her successful business, Supercharged Food. She specializes in writing about how a great food diet and lifestyle can help anyone recover from illnesses, low energy, and fatigue.
Debi is a regular contributor at YummyTasteFood and freelance writes on many other publications. She lives with her family and dogs in Idaho, as a freelance writer and catering consultant. She comes from a hospitality background and has spent stints in multiple restaurants, which lead to her pursuing a career in freelance writing!
Hey, I’m Ryan! Part-time contributor and editor. You will find me mostly writing about coffee, thinking about coffee, and mostly talking to my wife about coffee – she doesn’t like coffee!
I’m Richard! Contributor to all things to do with cooking and eating out.
Hey, I’m Stephanie! Part-time contributor and author. She is a freelance food writer and restaurant reporter who splits her time between the Berkshires of western Massachusetts and upstate New York. You can find her on a multitude of food and media blogs.
About Norah Clark
Heya, I’m Norah! The foodie editor at large at YummyTasteFood! I love absolutely everything to do with food, baking, and of course, eating! I’m a self-proclaimed foodie nomad. Currently, I am living in Thailand.
Thanks to working weekends, public holidays, and missing countless parties from working in the hospitality industry, I finally could fund my travels! I have lived/worked in New York, Tokyo, Sydney for a short time (flat whites are expensive), London, and Frankfurt.
I don’t tend to stay around too often and love trying different food and fully experiencing each country’s culture.
Most of my articles are based on how-to’s, guides, and overviews of everything surrounding food, baking, cooking, and anything related to yummy-tasting food.
I even worked as a barista at my local Starbucks in Orlando, Florida!
I have worked with various brands, from Red Bull, Hello Fresh, Pasta Evangelists, and Fortnum & Mason, to name but a few, on reviews, product research, and marketing. Please contact me if you are interested in working with me and having your product or brand reviewed on YummyTasteFood.com.
Updates & Timeline
Take a look at the timeline from 2019. There have been a lot of developments!
By the way, YTF = YummyTasteFood.
- I got a part-time article writing job at Foodatick.com, which is now shut down.
- I started my first blog called Thornham Oysters.
- I left Florida and moved to Europe.
- I started expanding into writing guides rather than only recipes.
- Got my first gig with an FTSE100 company.
- I bought the defunct Little Book of Beer and merged it with YTF.
- Moved to New York.
- I partnered with my friend to buy Beef and Veal Culinary.
- I traveled to Australia and moved to Thailand.
- I purchased But I’m Hungry Now and Shortys Pizza from Supreme Pizza Pasta.
- I bought the popular guide website TheFoodVenture.com and merged it with YTF.
- Started a raw meat diet.
- Became a contributor on FoodandWine.com and Oh My Goodness Food.
- I started working with Red Bull thanks to my article at CulinaryColleges.info
- We have launched international reading to Spain, France, Germany, Italy, and Portugal.
- The launch of our Facebook group!
Want To Write For YummyTasteFood?
Want to write for YummyTasteFood? Great! I am currently looking for new writers to join our community, please contact us, and we can negotiate a fee per article.
I accept PR samples and love trying new cooking products and services, but a sample receipt does not guarantee inclusion or a positive review. Reviews are written honestly after trialing any sample products that suit our readership. I will be honest and mark any guides and posts if a brand has sponsored them.
Read the editorial guidelines for further information.
From time to time, I use affiliate links to make additional money from my articles; when you click through a link to some products, I can make a small commission on any purchase you make through that link only. I do not include links to products I do not honestly recommend or offer as a true alternative.