Submitted by kandace on November 18, 2006 - 4:59pm
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and we're busy planning our first raw Thanksgiving here at Gone Raw. We have a number of "raw Thanksgiving recipes":http://goneraw.com/recipes/list/thanksgiving up and we're on the lookout for more ideas. So, I spent today at the Oregon Culinary Institute learning a complete raw Thanksgiving menu. Chef "Bruce Horowitz":http://www.thesunkitchen.com/ inspired me to believe that you can make a raw version of just about anything you could think of! For beginners, take a look at his "Parsnip-Pine Nut Whip (or Better than Mashed Potatoes)":http://goneraw.com/recipes/show/66 and "Orange-Chipotle Cranberry Relish":http://goneraw.com/recipes/show/67. Absolutely delicious.
Submitted by ezadmin on November 11, 2006 - 12:26am
We've added a few small features to Gone Raw tonight. First, you can comment on the blog posts! There's a link on the home page and in the list of all the blog posts. We're hoping to get more feedback and discussion going around the site. What would you like to see us change or improve? Has Gone Raw helped you at all?
Also, there's a couple shortcut links on the home page, if you're logged in. You'll see them in the upper left part, where the website overview / description is otherwise.
We hope you find these little changes helpful, and hope to add a few new features every week.
Submitted by ezadmin on November 8, 2006 - 10:45am
We've been up and running just about a week now, and it seems that folks are starting to take notice. "The Oregon Live Tech Blog":http://www.oregonlive.com/weblogs/techblog/ mentioned us yesterday, "...from the same design team which brought us Cuppin'." Emily Chang yesterday also linked to us in "eHub":http://www.emilychang.com/go/ehub. We got some press!
On a personal note, it's been nice to see people in several raw food forums say nice things about us, and the emails people have been writing are very kind and encouraging. We've learned a lot from the feedback we've been getting - thanks for that. We're working on adding a forum to Gone Raw, to make it easier to talk about your questions or make feature suggestions, but for now, you can just write "firstname.lastname@example.org":mailto:email@example.com with your comments or questions.
Finally, thanks to local Portland web innovators "Adam":http://www.adamduvander.com/simple/gone-raw-lately and "Ryan":http://www.webthingsconsidered.com/2006/11/03/more-portland-sites/, for cheering on our latest efforts.
Well, it's been a couple days since we put this site out there, but already we've had lots of great feedback. Please, keep it coming! Send any suggestions to "firstname.lastname@example.org":mailto:email@example.com and we'll see what we can do.
We just added a Quick Search feature today on the home page. Now it's easy to find a recipe if you remember just part of the name. Simply type in something like "onion" and click *Search*, and presto! There's some Onion Bread!
We hope you've been enjoying Gone Raw, and we look forward to bringing you more great recipes and features.
"Bats":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5836-fudgey-the-friendly-bat, "spooks":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5820-Li-l-Spooks, "frightening fiends":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5888-frightening-fruit-fiends and "ghouls":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5884-Nanna-ghouls. "Boo":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5876-Scary-Halloween-Dessert-warning-kinda-gross-but-cool! "Scary":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5876-Scary-Halloween-Dessert-warning-kinda-gross-but-cool! Halloween is just around the corner - why not give one of these fun new recipes a try. Happy Halloween everyone.
We want to give a thanks to "Raw Guru":http://rawguru.com/ for sponsoring Gone Raw this month. Also, check out the delicious "Wild Berry Cobbler with Maca Custard Cream":http://goneraw.com/recipes/5642-Wild-Berry-Cobbler-with-Maca-Custard-Cream recipe they posted!
Submitted by kandace on September 28, 2008 - 7:27pm
We recently put up a number of "updates":http://goneraw.com/forums/gone-raw/topics/major-updates-coming-soon here on Gone Raw. We're happy to report that the site is much more stable now, but we've recognized that ultimately the code isn't tenable long term.
This just won't do! So, we've set aside a big chunk of time over the next two weeks to move Gone Raw to a completely new system and computer. This means that you won't see any fixes to the current site while we are in production.
We're very excited about the new site (which will look quite similar overall with some way cool features). We have every confidence in all smiles - we'll keep you updated!
Submitted by kandace on September 20, 2008 - 6:50pm
We just finished some "major updates":http://goneraw.com/forums/gone-raw/topics/major-updates-coming-soon?page=1 to the site and are in the midst of working out some visual and other minor kinks. In the meantime, queenfluff was kind enough to post a few links to some popular forum threads that are currently difficult to find. If you have any others, please post here.
* "Into the Wild thread":http://www.goneraw.com/forums/6/topics/7528
* "The Atheist thread":http://goneraw.com/forums/6/topics/7065?page=3
* "The Christians thread":http://www.goneraw.com/forums/6/topics/2553?page=5
* "No Poo":http://www.goneraw.com/forums/7/topics/565?page=1
Submitted by kandace on September 19, 2008 - 4:07pm
We've just added some "major updates":http://goneraw.com/forums/gone-raw/topics/major-updates-coming-soon to the website.
# It is faster. (this was the biggest update)
# The forum software is upgraded, which makes is easier to add moderators in the future.
# Things â€œpaginateâ€ better, which is totally geeky but handy
(look, no more "super long pages for recipe categories":http://goneraw.com/recipes/list/breakfast)
# Last, and the absolute most requested addition in the recent survey, you can now add pictures to recipes you didnâ€™t post!
Now, due to the major upgrades some things look a little different. Over the next few days weâ€™ll go around fixing them. Weâ€™ll probably try posting some pictures of recipes we didnâ€™t make to be sure itâ€™s working. For now, enjoy, and let us know if you find any issues!