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Customer Spotlight: Good. Food. Stories.

Welcome to the ASO Customer Spotlight, where we take a closer look at a specific site that hosts with ASO. If you’re hosting with A Small Orange and want to show off your website in our Customer Spotlight, fill out this short form. We’ll be in touch!

This month, we’re looking at the food-focused website Good. Food. Stories.

Who are you?
Casey Barber is the editor of Good. Food. Stories., a freelance writer and recipe developer whose work has appeared in ReadyMade, Gourmet Live, Time Out New York, iVillage, and other print/online publications, and the author of the forthcoming cookbook Homemade Junk Food, featuring 70 from-scratch recipes for classic snacks.

What is your website?

Why do people care about your site?
Everyone has a memory to share about food. Whether it’s eating a mind-blowing (and wallet-emptying) once-in-a-lifetime dinner, finding the best and cheapest hamburger in a hole-in-the-wall dive, successfully cooking a meal for the first time, or remembering childhood moments through family recipes, it’s easy to connect emotionally to the stories we tell. Our readers see themselves in our stories and jump at the chance to share their own.

What does your site look like?
Here’s a few posts to peruse:

Neighborhood Guide: The Mission District, San Francisco

Ask Casey: Hanger, Skirt, Flank, and Flatiron Steaks

Buddy The Elf’s Spaghetti Pie

Thanks for sharing your site with us, Casey! 


  • Brent

    Oh my word. Now I’m starving.