Punchfork uses an algorithm that measures sharing activity on social networks. The higher a recipe’s rating, the more it has been talked about and shared on the web.
The specific inputs to the calculation are:
These statistics are then combined into a single composite rating from 1 to 100.
The 1-5 star reviews commonly seen on Allrecipes, FoodNetwork.com and other recipe sites are based on direct surveys of user opinions. Punchfork ratings are measurements of sharing activity rather than opinion surveys.
A trending recipe is both highly rated and recently published. “Trending” represents what is new and popular in the food blogging community.
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