Adding Comments

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@eatmedaily re: cookstr piece & interaction, why don't you guys allow comments? I've been curious for awhile about that
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Great question! We are DEFINITELY going to be adding a comments feature as soon as we can. We want to get the recipe search part up as soon as possible and then collect some feedback as to what kind of comment features would be best and most helpful.
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I use the BBC Good Food (http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/) website a lot. They have both a rating system and a pretty basic comments section, where visitors to the site can both comment on the recipes and share experiences and tips. It's nothing fancy, but it works.
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While I have never seen the BBC site (but I will check it out, thanks arni), I was really thinking that this site could use just that, I comment section as well as a basic rating system so people who have made the recipes can add their two cents
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Thanks so much, Arni, for the great feedback -- and Ted, for the additional comment. The BBC Good Food solution is a really good, simple, clear way of handling comments -- I like it a lot. I'm hoping that we will have our own comments section up and running in the next three or four weeks, with ratings to follow soon thereafter. Again -- so many thanks!