Who Wants to Talk About…Food Topics on Our Facebook Page?

Everyone these days has a Facebook fan page. I’m convinced of it. But why?

Is it so that we can get bestowed upon with lavish amounts of love and adoration from fans?

Well, OK – sure, we do like a bit of that.

But what’s really good about having a Facebook page is that it gives you a chance to have a running dialogue with those who have a similar interest.

You may have noticed our recent Million Billion Fan Drive (which is still in effect, by the way) on our page. Yes, it is kind of a silly campaign, but the idea behind it is to get more South Jersey folks talking about the food that’s close to home – to find out what people like and are passionate about when it comes to food. And to do so in a place where all views are welcome, and no one has to feel intimidated about expressing them. We love talking with you; we really do.

And so, we want to start having regular topics of conversation on our fan page and see what others are thinking.

First topic: Right now, what town in South Jersey do you think is the best foodie town? For years and years, Cape May was the unquestioned champion. But now, some folks are, well, questioning that. Some people think that Collingswood, with its impressive restaurant row along Haddon Avenue and its well-regarded farmers’ market, holds that title now. Others may point to the rise in great dining in Atlantic City’s casinos, along with the classic eateries off the boardwalk, and think that the Boardwalk Empire is now the food leader. OR – maybe you think that another place has really become a mecca for great food experiences and deserves to be talked about as much as those three mentioned. Keep in mind that there’s no right or wrong answer here, but let’s get the discussion going!

Now, there are those who are not fans of our Facebook page, and to you we say…come on in, the water’s fine!

There are also those of you who are not fans of Facebook, period. And that’s fine; I can understand that as well. Don’t think for a moment that we will require you to join Facebook to be a part of the conversation. You can always leave comments here – we like those, too.

– John


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