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Where are the Bad Reviews?

I’ve been asked a few times why bad food/restaurant experiences aren't mentioned in any of the CUWF blog entries. Here's a few reasons why:
  • In a world full of negativity, I feel that there is no need to add more of it to the internet universe.  I think we need a little more positivity in our lives, don't you agree?
  • No restaurant is 100% perfect (not even Michelin-starred restaurants!).  Every establishment has its bad days and I don't think that should ever be the reason to blast a chef or a restaurant on the internet, period. Let's celebrate, not castigate!
  • The name of the food blog is Cheer Up With Food – we stay true to form and only write about foods that cheer us up :)
If you're the type to relish in the best that the culinary creationists out there have to offer, look no further than our blog because that's what we love to do, too!  With that said, be sure to embrace the eats, enjoy the flavors, cheer up with your favorite foods and live life to the fullest, always.

 –  Amber-Rose

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