Who says that a blog that writes about food always need to have a new recipe, a new photograph of a cake, a new cookbook review and so on…? I did not see any recipe police checking all the food blogs and gives out summons to those having a recipe or a photograph more than three days old. And GD forbid if your recipe is a week old – you must be slacking off and must pay for it.
You either will be asked to report to the nearest food police station where you will be fingerprinted and your prints will be analyzed for food residues; if none found you will be retained by the station and will be forced to bake something in an oven that has never seen an oven thermometer, its cleaning system did not work since WWII and the bake ware that are handed to you by the chief chef has not only seen better days but has not seen any pastry chef since the last cake that burned into the dish with a pretty nice design, I may add.
Alternatively, you may choose to start to write something on Friday and not move from the computer until Monday (except when certain body functions necessitate your interruption) at which time you should write one post after another that allow people to laugh, to cry, to curse, to praise, to visualize, to think, (with their brain, I may add and not other parts of their body), to love, to share, to obey and to cherish ….I guess you get my point. I selected the later.