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Forbes | How Food52's New Partnership Could Revolutionize Online Cooking

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"Crowdsourced local food guide Real Time Farms announced Sunday a new partnership with Food52, an online community for home cooks…'We have a shared mission, which is for people to eat better- to understand not only where their food comes from but how it’s prepared,' says Food52 co-founder Amanda Hesser. 'They’ve focused on farms and artisans; we’ve focused on cooking.'" - Danielle Gould, Forbes 

 

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over 2 years ago AntoniaJames

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This is interesting and encouraging, of course, to be recognized in such a prestigious business publication. What a shame however that their fact checkers did not discover and correct the reference to "foodpickle," which was replaced by the "Hotline" about ten months ago. ;o)

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over 2 years ago mrslarkin

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AJ, I'm pretty sure the Whole Foods site still uses the term "foodpickle" for their cooking questions feature.