Twitter has launched @TwitterFood bringing together people across the globe that love food. There are thousands of food-related Tweets people send on Twitter each day – Tweets about meals, ingredients, favorites, recipes and dining experiences.
On Twitter, foodies share their food experiences and this can be beautiful images of freshly baked pastries to videos of themselves cooking and even a 140 character recipe. The beauty of Twitter is conversations come from across the globe which means you can see what someone from Greece, Australia or Uganda is cooking for themselves or their family. You also get to see the rich culture behind the meal.
Nairobi’s recognition as a hub for regional and international businesses, is also seen in the roll out of international lifestyle platforms such as Restaurant Week. Kenyans can tag @TwitterFood as they sample cuisine from different restaurants. Nairobi Cake Festival is another example of an exciting event that brings Kenyans out in their droves to sample what the country’s finest bakers have to offer.
There are countless celebrity chefs and food personalities on Twitter, allowing the fresh roll out of ideas when it comes trying out new meals or getting insight on how a certain meal is cooked well.