Foodie with Family Reader Survey

So how long have I been at this? Five years or so? I think it’s about time I ask YOU what you think!

I’d be ever so grateful if you’d take a moment to let me know what you think; give me some feedback, if you would. I’ve designed this quick, completely confidential survey to learn your likes and dislikes about Foodie with Family. The results will be used to make improvements here on Foodie with Family! Could you? Would you?

The survey will be open from July 15, 2014 to July 31, 2014. Thank you for being part of the Foodie with Family family!

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Comments

  1. Jen says

    I just thought of another suggestion after taking the survey. Picture images of items in your archive would be nice. There have been times where I’m trying to look up a recipe and it’s a little difficult with the description only. I feel like I could find it faster with a photo. Plus, this might spark me to try more of your past posts if a picture of something looks really tasty.

  2. Deitan says

    Please, please, please, if you could give an estimate of how many servings in your recipes! Given the size of your family (and that they are all ravenous males) ;) one might safely assume that the recipes yeild a very respectable amount of food, but it would be nice to have at least a ballpark estimate – thank you for devoting time and energy to such a fun, beautiful, yummy blog!

    • says

      Thank you for the feedback, Deitan! I’ll mull this one over. Part of the issue is that I’m not a registered dietician or nutritionist, so I’m not always comfortable stating what a proper serving size is… But I will definitely think on this one for a while! Thanks so much for your feedback. I really appreciate you being part of the Foodie with Family, um, family! :D

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