Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
My current online recipe box is my inbox. While surfing the web’s recipe databases, blogs and websites, I email links to myself that I hope I’ll be able to find by searching my gmail later. But as my unwieldy inbox pushes the recipes further and further down the page, I’m more likely to forget about them than cook them. KeepRecipes is courting home chefs like me by promising to put all of our online and offline recipes in one neat virtual box — and help us discover new dishes at the same time. The startup attempts this through multiple tools. My favorite is a bookmarklet that works like Instapaper for food. By clicking on the KeepRecipes button, users can easily save the ingredient list on any webpage to their KeepRecipes account. The same recipes synch to a free iPhone app that can be pulled out in a grocery store or a kitchen (there’s even a feature that keeps the phone’s screen lit during cooking time so that users need not touch their phones with messy hands).
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