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How many members have a full pie next to their name? And how does one achieve such an accolade?

asked by DianneD 12 months ago
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P1291120
added 12 months ago

An excellent question and I hope the powers that be will let us know. I'm not sure I've seen a full pie, but the more complete seems to be based primarily on participation: how active someone is on the hotline (asking and answering); how many recipes have been submitted generally (i.e., to contests and otherwise); and how many contests have been won by a contribution. While I haven't seen full pies, it is clear there is a "senior" level that some have achieved that allows an individual to be designated a "recognized authority on [blank]"; I'd be interested in how that is achieved as well.

Stringio
added 12 months ago

Amanda and Merril have full pies!

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Farmer's_market
added 12 months ago

Being a 'recognized authority' is sort of like pie a la mode status.