Introducing the Gastrokid Social Network

Check out all our new posts below but first… on join Gastrokid’s new social network….

One of the best parts of running Gastrokid for the last year has been the comments and enthusiasm for the site and our recipes posted by our readers.

Which is why we are taking the bold and exciting leap into launching the Gastrokid social network……and we’d like all of you to be part of it.

Join the Gastrokid Network

Why join the Gastrokid social network? Well, if you care as much as we do about feeding your kids good, healthy and fun food, then we bet you’ve got lots of recipes, anecdotes, tips, photos and even videos of your own that you’d like to share with Gastrokid community.

Think of it as a kind of a Facebook for foodie families….or a feed your Facebook even.

Gastrokid will allow you to:

-  run your own blog on the site (or run an RSS feed of your current blog if you have one) through your own dedicated Gastrokid page.

- Start or join groups and forum dedicated to the foodie family issues of the day….be it the wisdom of feeding toddlers cous cous or the best way to saute kale.

- Add photos and videos and network with other foodie families all over the world.

Hugh and I will still be blogging here on a daily basis and you’ll also be able to read our mumblings and musings on the home page of the Gastrokid social network.

So come join us as part of the Gastrokid network and help save the world, one family meal at a time!

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3 Responses to Introducing the Gastrokid Social Network

  1. nicole says:

    i love this blog but have no kids. . . .if i commit to having kids within the next 2 years can i join? :-)

  2. matthew says:

    Of course – the more the merrier, with or without kids!

  3. Pamela says:

    Great site. I have four kids, we try to eat all organic and locl produce, but I can not cook. I envy all you cooks!

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