People drink, eat, and smoke in good and bad times. Food is both a basic need and part of your daily rituals and lifestyle.
About The Crab Feast
At the Crab Feast, we focus on food storytelling across various online platforms, including blogs, videos, and social media websites. We understand and know that food is a powerful storytelling vehicle. We use food to tell stories. Food defines us in every way. It’s who we are, our origins, lifestyle, beliefs, and even who we want to become.
Dishes and bites condense our biographies just like memories garnish our unique, individual stories. The food reflects our stories and identities, announcing to the public who we are and what we eat.
Food is critical in the life of humans. It’s associated with class, politics, family relationships, culture, idiosyncrasies, personal preferences, and insecurities.
Our habits and relationships around food can deepen and intensify our stories. We use food powerfully and strategically, focusing on how it’s perceived, prepared, and consumed.
Food acts as a compelling entryway or catalyst of stories into our lives. Food is also inherently visual. We make food look good and appealing to the eyes to create compelling stories around it. We care about how our food is presented for storytelling.
Food is both a basic need and part of your daily rituals and lifestyle.
What’s more, food is rooted in storytelling. Generations in the early century obtained food through gardening, hunting, and cooking. They wrote about food and passed down food knowledge from one generation to another.
The Bible also tells food stories. And, the Irish potato famine is popular worldwide. Additionally, multiple cookbooks have been authored and published.
We tell stories about food and with food. We use food to develop emotions and express ideas. We tell stories over food, a vehicle that brings people together.