3 Ways To Improve Your Cooking With Foodieview

foodieview 3 Ways To Improve Your Cooking With Foodieview

Cooking is no doubt one of the best ways to save money. The problem is, bar instant noodles, plain rice and fried eggs, I can’t really cook. Enter foodieview the recipe search engine, which has so far certainly made life easier for a cooking newbie like myself.

Here are 3 things I love about foodieview:

  1. Ability to filter down by ingredient, style, and source. For example, if you want a chicken dish which contains cheese, Italian style, and by Martha Stewart, you can get it.
  2. Strict site indexing policy. You don’t have to deal with crap you find with regular search engines like Yahoo or Google. This ensures a higher quality of the food sites it searches.
  3. Ability to save favourite recipes to a single location and share those links with your friends.

While you’re at it, you can also try watching the cooking show for geeks Ctrl-Alt-Chicken, co-hosted by Alex Albrecht (co-founder of Digg).

Related Links:
Lifehack’s Kickstart Your Cooking 101
User experience with Foodieview