Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Gojee, the photo-heavy recipe recommendations app–think AllRecipes.com meets What the Fuck Should I Make for Dinner–started as Mint.com for food, then became Twitter for food, before its founders finally settled on the current conceit: suggestions based on preferences and allergies, plus what the cook has in his or her larder.
It was a hit! And after some lovin’ from the media and users, Gojee has picked up a cool $1.2 million from Kapor Capital along with Ustream co-founder Brad Hunstable as an advisor. Gojee found its investors through AngelList. The process took a few months, Gojee co-founder Michael LaValle told Betabeat in an email. “Awesome, awesome experience,” he said.
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