A New Milestone for Food52
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bmallorca March 29, 2013
Food52 is my go-to site, and I am so happy to watch you thrive! Congratulations!
Radcliffe March 28, 2013
Congratulations on your most recent successes. I appreciate your efforts to help those of us who enjoy everything food related. Your recipes are outstanding.
I A. March 28, 2013
Congrats! But I still think that my suggestion should be considered, to wit: reviews of kitchen gadgets and stuff by real cooks, ie. does it work as advertised?; does it work after it is used for several months (or more); does it clean up easily (or can it be dishwashered)?; etc.
adrienne N. March 28, 2013
Congrats from kibbutz beer in Israel. You deserve it. Absolutely best site.
tillie March 28, 2013
Am so thrilled for you and the rest of us too!Have tried more recipes from your site than any other since discovering it a few months ago.Congratulations from Belgium!
Lionessg March 28, 2013
Congratulations! I love your blog and how I am constantly inspired to bring new tastes and foods into my family's palate with your delightful recipes and ideas. They are always different enough to keep me from getting bored and simple enough to keep them at the table. Thank you for your inspiration!
stimps March 28, 2013
So great! One could see it sitting there like the elephant in the room, really. I'm so pleased for you!
lalf March 28, 2013
Absolutely wonderful news -- and well deserved, too, for one of the finest food and reference sites ever. The Food52 team truly rocks, and we are so excited for you!
the T. March 28, 2013
Congrats, but don't get all snooty like those losers at The Kitchn. Keep it focused on food- I don't need to read about yuppies eating off their thousand dollar polenta board...
lalf March 28, 2013
Have to say I was a bit repulsed by that polenta-board photo. I'm all for rustic, but maybe not for taking it quite that far...
the T. March 29, 2013
It made me crazy. They were entertaining themselves creating a cartoon version of poverty. My mother hated polenta (but made it because dad insisted) because she grew up in a big Slovene farm family- a desperately poor one. And a lot of the time, polenta was all they had. The great thing about cooking another culture's food is the understanding of that culture it can give you. But that has to come out of respect, and I sure didn't see it there...
MsMora March 28, 2013
Congratulations! I know that many new and wonderful things will be coming out. Food52 is my #1 online food destination. I'm thrilled about this latest news.
Kasha T. March 28, 2013
Congratulations! I can't wait to see what's on the horizon :) Thank you for all your hard work!
Dford March 28, 2013
My sister introduced me to your blog a couple of years ago and I've been hooked ever since. There is something quite different about this site compared to the countless others out there. I believe there is a genuine warm feeling of membership and community that you all have developed through your personal dedication to us readers (foodies) and food, and it shows. You have that X factor. Thanks for allowing me to go along for the ride.
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