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I’ve blogged about “Facebook for Farmers” before, and now there’s Foodily — a recipe facebook that’s more applicable to a mass audience. If you cook at home, whether you follow recipes or make up your own, now you can let all your ‘friends’ know what’s cookin’ using Foodily. It’s a successful social network for food, but considering we all already have a social network or two, Foodily has taken the step to seamlessly integrate with Facebook.
In a recent conversation with Mashable, Foodily co-founder Andrea Cutright said, “People are already sharing recipes, recipe ideas, comments about what they’re eating. This way those recipes don’t have to disappear in the wall.”
My one word of caution: consider taking advantage of Facebook’s new ‘grouping’ tool. Your sister might want to know what you cooked for breakfast, but your acquaintance-of-an-acquaintance ‘friend’? Overshare. However, if you’re not ready to start a food blog but you’re ready to showoff a tasty day in the kitchen? Homerun.blog comments powered by Disqus