Last month, we introduced you to all the different ways you can use the new Evernote Food 2.0 to discover, collect, and remember the food you love. We’re kicking off February with a monthlong Valentine to what might just be everyone’s favorite meal – breakfast.
What is it that gives breakfast a coveted place in our hearts and appetites?
For some, it’s the daily reassurance of ritual: a hot cup of coffee and a bowl of steel-cut oatmeal can smooth the rudest awakening. For others, it’s all about giving bacon its proper due in the pantheon of cured meats. It’s a meal that tends to be long on substance and short on fancy ingredients. We like that about breakfast.
This month, we’ll be celebrating 28 Days of Breakfast to give you fresh inspiration for incorporating Evernote Food into your daily life, beginning with the simplest yet most important meal of the day.
We’ll share insiders’ vignettes from an essential part of Evernote’s workplace culture: a passion for cooking and eating that seeded the idea for Evernote Food. Food is celebrated every day at Evernote, and we’ll illustrate that by sharing our most-craved breakfasts right here. From San Francisco to Mexico City, Singapore to Zurich, we’ll offer a window onto what breakfast looks like around the world from the eyes of our team.
We also want to give you more ideas for how you can use Evernote Food to plan, cook, and enjoy a meal – whether it’s browsing breakfast recipes using the app’s Explore Recipes section, searching out a great breakfast spot in your city, or trying out a recipe from one of the guest contributors we’ll be featuring on the blog throughout the month.
So join us on Evernote Food’s Facebook page if you want to share in the fun – we’d also love you to post your favorite breakfast created in Evernote Food.
Up next week on the blog: a California breakfast recipe (can you feel the avocado love?) created just for Evernote Food by whole foods blogger Naturally Ella.
Don’t have Evernote Food 2.0? Download it for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch now.
Get Evernote Food for Android here (Note: Evernote Food 2.0 for Android is coming soon).