As a foodie and home chef, I am almost ashamed to say that I have stopped buying cookbooks. I used to love and treasure them. But with so many recipes available online these days, it almost seems a waste to spend the money. Of course, some are indispensable and I have my favorites with which I will never part (I may have my vegan slow cooker book cremated with me when I go!). But for the most part, I can find almost any recipe I want these days on the internet. Thanks to Google’s new Recipe View, recipe searches just got even easier! Mon Deiu, what would Madame Child say?
Using the new Recipe View is easy-peasy and the functionality works like butter. [Yes, we are having a good time with this one!] Simply run a Google search for a recipe name or ingredients. When you get your list of results, simply go to the left-hand side of the screen and choose “Recipes”. When you click, your list is culled to only those results that are actually recipes. Want to refine your search further by focusing on specific ingredients, cook times, or calories? You can! Just go back to the left side of the window and use one of the new filters that has appeared. It is easier than boiling water!
You can read more about Google’s new Recipe View here. Now get cooking!