Eater San Francisco: A New Recipe Website Promises to Help Creators Actually Get Paid For Their Work

Eater San Francisco: A New Recipe Website Promises to Help Creators Actually Get Paid For Their Work. “The founders are billing Foody as ‘a recipe content marketplace for food lovers and culinary creators.’ They say a chef, cookbook author, social media personality, or anyone can upload a recipe to the site, and customize it by adding an intro, photos, or videos. Many recipes start at 99 cents, although they can be priced any way the writer wants and can be bundled into ‘Collections,’ kind of like a digital cookbook. Creators retain the full copyright to their work and are free to publish it elsewhere.”

Smithsonian: National Museum of American History Commemorates 20th Anniversary of Acquisition of Julia Child’s Kitchen With Virtual Events

Smithsonian: National Museum of American History Commemorates 20th Anniversary of Acquisition of Julia Child’s Kitchen With Virtual Events. “The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will commemorate the 2001 acquisition of Julia Child’s Kitchen with a series of virtual food history offerings in November. Toni Tipton-Martin, editor-in-chief of Cook’s Country magazine and noted food author, will headline the events beginning Nov. 4 when The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts will present her with their annual award. On Nov. 12, Tipton-Martin will host a virtual salon. Both events will feature trailblazing women discussing the importance of recovering and sharing food histories that have been ignored and overlooked for too long.”