Thursday, April 23, 2009

Recipe Search Engine

Hi all,

I read about a new recipe search engine on lifehacker.com today. It's called Food.com. It's still in beta, but it looks pretty good. Search results show an image thumbnail ( if available), ingredients, ratings, etc., but still require the viewer to click through to the original site for the full recipe. Seems like a decent site to me, and I've requested they index my blog. Thought I'd pass on the info.


This Post was written by Dawn from Dawn's Recipes

18 comments:

Culinary Cory said...

Food.com is actually a site owned by the Food Network. Here is a link to an article about it. http://www.foodieindisguise.com/2009/03/05/foodnetworkcom-betas-foodcom/

Sustainable Mom said...

If you're looking for a great recipe search engine, check out www.projectfoodie.com. 70,000 recipes from most of the food magazines and food network.

Sharon said...

Or RecipeBridge, over 1.4 million recipes from 200 cooking websites and blogs. This site has made finding recipes so much easier for me.

Scott at Real Epicurean said...

I signed up but am not sure if the site will be interesting to me or not. Just looks like another content site at the moment, sadly, and there's quite a few of them around at the moment.

And what happened to Food Blog S'cool? Seems very dead right now?

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