23 Min Released Jul 29, 2016

That Time We Tried to Ship Turkeys Across the Country

We go behind the scenes of the Food52 Shop, which celebrates it's third anniversary this summer, and talk with founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs about what it's like to run a food business, what we've learned, and the mistakes we've made--including, yes, shipping fresh turkeys on Thanksgiving. 

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