Want suggestions about my choice of words
First of all, I obsessed with grammar and sentence structure always.
I want to give a tagline to my blog. My blog name is a food recipe.People in my country are really obsessed with that recipe.
Blog is about general, popular, interesting things I'd like to share with my friends.
So I thought of giving tagline for the blog as - Meaty obsessions in everyday life! Could anyone tell me the sentence is correct and coherent with the context? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
A recipe is a set of instructions for making food. I think that you mean that the people really like a certain dish, so you have named your blog after the name of the food, not the recipe. I assume, from your tagline, that the dish has meat in it. The tagline is not a sentence, but that is okay. A title doesn’t have to be a complete sentence.
You can also take artistic license or use words that have two meanings. Meaty is a word that can do just that. We say that one “gets to the meat of the matter.” That means that the writer or speaker has delved deeper into the subject. If you lightly write about popular culture, though, then the word play doesn’t work.
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