Hey, have you heard of this thing called Facebook? Evidently it’s quite popular with the young people, especially this one guy named Mark. Gourmandistan now has a Facebook page, and if you are a member you can “like” us with a button click. If you’re so inclined (we understand some Gourmandistan regulars are Facebook-phobic), please add our page to your “likes.”
We’re sure that as our page count swells and Mr. Zuckerberg notices our peppy posts and pictures it will only be a matter of time before Michelle and Steve are justly compensated for our contributions to the Facebook empire. After all, it certainly worked out for the Winklevoss twins.
I’m afraid I’m one of the phobics, but congratulations and lots of success.
We’ll still remember you when we’re rich and famous. 🙂
Me too. I have never had a facebook account, which I think puts me in the 0.00000173% of the global population. On par with isolated groups in Papua New Guinea!
But congratulations on having a FB page for Gourmandistan! I also saw your photo on Serious Eats front page a few days ago. I remember thinking, “I know who took that!”
Remember us little people when you are a big and famous 🙂
Resistance is futile, Daisy. I surrendered long ago. I do still resist twitter. I have an account and follow a few people (mostly political things—good for killing time on the iPhone when waiting), but haven’t ever thought of anything I’d want to tweet!
No! Evil Face-Borg! You will not get me!!! I am an individual and captain of the starship Coolcookstyle!
Couldn’t find it. Closest I got was “Gourmandisee,” which was a pale imposter.
Oooh, and it’s in Spanglish!
I think the facebook page url is missing a letter?
This is what was in the url:
You are exactly right. Good lord.
It’s a grad school habit you pick up from grading papers. A habit that can be used for good . . . and also for . . . taking over the world!
Just kidding. I don’t think you can take over the world with editing prowess 😉
But hopefully it was for good this time!
I can’t find it either! Maybe you could paste the FB page link above (e.g., mine is facebook.com/emmycooks), because clicking the “Like” button here oesn’t let me use the right FB profile. I don’t know why it’s so complicated!
Well, folks, I don’t know. I did make a mistake when I set up the page on facebook. It has—and according to facebook will always have— gourmandisan (sans t) in the url. However, the name of the page has been fixed. When I search in facebook I find it, and the links in the post above and to the right take me to the right place even when I’m logged out of everything. Plus it comes up when I google gourmandistan facebook. So, I give up! -The IT Department
Got it! Thanks for the link, Daisy!
Will do! And I’m thinking a Gourmandistan/ Art of Homemaking get together should be in order soon. Dinner over here at The Smith Homestead one evening perhaps?
Sounds great–would love to see that new studio!
Facebook and I have a love hate relationship. Sometimes it works but most times it doesn’t. Good luck with Facebook.
Yes, I’m learning that the pages work a bit differently than the generic facebook.
Awesome my friend, one day I will get it 😉
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