These are just guidelines and not fast and hard rules. Just use your judgement. Just guidelines.
The Edible Manifesto
- All new reviews/posts goes into blogger draft.
- Suggested format
Indicate on the first line if the content is print-ready or if it is really still in draft mode (so it doesnt accidentally get released).
- Reviewer name, date
- Title - Name of establishment, Suburb, Cuisine type This is to make searches easier.
- Link - URL link to place, if any.
- Non-Subjective Section Location plus a generic description of the restaurant, price range, non-subjective stuff.
- Subjective Section Subjective review/comment etc... on food, ambience, size, service, whatever. What u ordered? Would you eat there again?
Hairy Food - City, Fusion, Vegetarian
eg. address, rough prices, size, decor, opening hours, pics, parking, state of lavatories, wheelchair access, menu choices etc...
If there are 3 to 4 reviews in the drafts, 2 reviews will be scheduled to be released the next week (Tue, Fri)
5 or more, 3 reviews, Mon, Wed, Sat. or something.
Good places to get raw ingredients? [I am of the opinion no, not as a primary post, but feel free to link it into your eatery review but if enough of you say otherwise, I will bow to mob rule. I leave this bit up in the air. Default = no.]
You may write the review from memory ie. visit was done in pre-blogian times.
Subsequent reviews of the same place gets appended to the end of the original review. Just remember to distinguish your appendages (hee hee) by some clever heading or something. This updated blog will then be moved up to the front of the display (via use of the 'Post Change Time and Date').
I look forward to the evolution of this blog, based on our intelligent designs. Really.
This document is still evolving.