03 September 2006

Recipe sharing 2.0

New recipe tracking and sharing app RecipeThing looks promising. I signed up for an account, and I like how simple and friendly it is. Recipes are only the beginning; one can browse the collection by tag or user, schedule recipes on a weekly meal planner, save ingredients to a personal pantry and shopping list, and even track grocery aisle locations (like an integrated Grocery Shopping Helper). The kicker -- you can export all your recipes to a text file should ever want to move out.

The RecipeThing is in beta, so be sure to send the creators your feedback. [Via Lifehack.org]

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I love to cook and I can't wait to check out this new website. There's no such thing as too many recipes! I've been using allrecipes.com but I'm always looking to branch out.

Hey, thanks for the link! I just signed up and will be passing it along to my family and friends!

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