Calling all foodie students!
Published Thursday, 01 August, 2013 by James Bailey
Are you a student? Are you passionate about food? If you have answered yes to both of these questions you could be one of our next Studentrecipes.com bloggers!
We are searching for our next star bloggers to feature on our website who will write about student issues, going to university and of course food.
To be considered for this exciting opportunity simply send us your idea for a blog post title to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be in touch if we like what we see!
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