Eat Offbeat question
I am responding to an article that appeared a year ago on Food52, titled "Meet Eat Offbeat, the Refugee-Staffed Delivery Service Expanding New York's Palate". This article promoted a scam, and you never followed up.
One of your writers submitted a glowing review of this company, and the cookbook that they were writing, authored by the refugee chefs they mentored. Eat Offbeat managed to raise $97,357 on Kickstarter from 1,782 backers, and in the year since they have raised that money they have done nothing. No cookbook, no e-delivery of sample recipes they promised, only empty promises of "fantastic news coming soon!" Backers are starting to ask for their money back. I think you should really keep tabs on the articles you publish, and follow up with updates. Your reporter, Sari Kamin, drank the Kool-aid, and then left the building, and none of you ever bothered to follow up on the scam you promoted. Very poor ethics.