How many dishes do you have in your cooking repertoire? I love to cook, and I have been doing so since I was a young teenager. I have to admit, though, that I have always stuck to a small number of dishes that I know will not be disastrous for me – and for the people partaking of the meal. As the years went by, however, I did try out one or two new dishes every now and then. After all, you can only stand the same dishes for so long!
If you are in the same boat, then you would probably like a go-to resource that will take care of expanding your horizons, cooking-wise. There are countless web sites which you can visit for new recipes today. This is especially true thanks to the trend that celebrity chefs (and their cooking shows) have made popular. Indeed, there are even channels that focus on food and cooking entirely! One web site that I would not hesitate to recommend to you is Recipe Finder, which is the newest recipe search engine in town.
While you may have your one or two recipe portals already, the big advantage that Recipe Finder offers is its extensive collection of recipes. This search engine crawls the hundreds of web sites that have recipes and puts them together in one place. The result is brilliant – a one-stop shop for people looking for practically any recipe!
Finding new (and old, even) recipes is a breeze with Recipe Finder. You simply have to type the name of the recipe, and you’ll have a ton of results to choose from. And since Recipe Finder is all about making things easy and smart, you can even enter ingredients to find recipes. What’s even cooler is that you can find more specific recipes thanks to the Advanced Search function. Say you want to find a recipe for pot roast that will feed 6 people. You don’t want it to be more than 600 calories, and you don’t want to spend more then 3 hours cooking it. You can specify all those things and get recipes that match your preferences!
It’s really that easy and that simple.