If it’s good enough for Martha Stewart, it’s good enough for us all.
If you’re a fan of food, and Wordle‘s free-ranging “literally any word” focus is a bit too broad for your puzzle-solving tastes, why not take a bite out of Poodle? The nom-noms-inclined word puzzle scored an endorsement, via Stewart’s Instagram, on Monday.
“If you want a new word game to play, and who does not!, try https://Phoodle.net,” Martha Stewart wrote in her post. “Live today. Lots of fun especially if you love food!!!!!!”
The poodle was created by Julie Loria, a cookbook author and art dealer. It works exactly the same as Wordle, except the solutions are all food-related. Completing the puzzle gets you a food fact or tip that’s tied to the daily answer. There’s also a weekly recipe, according to Food & Wine, but we can only confirm that Tuesday’s answer comes with a food fact on the side.
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“I’ve been captivated by puzzles since a young age and my passion grew from simple word-search puzzles to more complex crossword puzzles,” Loria told Food & Wine. “As the author of two cookbooks, I knew early on that a culinary puzzle was exactly what I wanted to create.”