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Food.com changes it's look, but that's not all

cgarner | Feb 17, 201501:12 PM     3

The home page says "Brand New Look, Same Killer Recipes"
I think the new format is clunky

Full disclosure, I was a member of that site for a number of years and I basically just let it go, the screw ups of the recipes when they changed formats over the years and some other problems overall with the site administration.

I now see that they have made my private folders public (no big deal, just weekly menus that I was using for a time) they’ve added photos to some of the recipes which were never there before and I’m having a heck of a time finding the whole list of recipes which I have submitted (which I now plan on removing)

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