Ok, I just found this new site called Yummly.com. It rates recipes on how they taste in a few categories. I typed in chicken to see what it came up with and already found a few to try out!
here is the press release:
Meet Yummly.com: the world’s first intelligent, semantic search platform for food and recipes. Yummly is revolutionizing the way people interact with food on the internet by radically simplifying and personalizing the search process. The website launched on June 22 to rave reviews and is rapidly becoming the Web’s premiere destination for the more than 214 million cooking enthusiasts in North America.
TechCrunch raves: “Yummly’s semantic search engine is the ultimate online cookbook for foodies… Once [they] start using this powerful search portal, I have a feeling that they may never return to other recipe sites.”
Powerful filters and search features allow Yummly to ‘understand’ you and your preferences (like Netflix for movies, Pandora for music, and Amazon.com for shopping), aggregating more than 500,000 recipes from the top cooking sites you already love like AllRecipes, CHOW, The Food Network, and Epicurious.
Tasting Table says: “…what makes Yummly stand out is its intuition: The more you use it, the better it understands your taste and quibbles, then employs its algorithms to recommend recipes to match. Love lamb but hate rosemary? No problem.”
Yummly’s robust feature set includes:
- FoodFinder Understands You and The People You Cook For: Yummly FoodFinder allows you to set and save your family’s food likes, dislikes, dietary preferences and food allergies, ensuring your searches only contain the foods you love.
- Real-time Nutrition Statistics and Portion Control: nutritional stats – like calories, fat content and more – update automatically when you make substitutions, keeping you in the know on what you’re eating. Shrink any recipe to cook for one, or expand when cooking for others.
- Meet Your ‘TasteBuds’: connect and share recipes and meal ideas with likeminded foodies to form a social community of TasteBuds – connect with Facebook friends too!
- Import Your Recipes: Yummly allows you to import and store your recipes from other sites, bringing your entire collection together to form one, universal recipe box.
- Brush up on Your Skills: How do you julienne again? Review 15 necessary cooking techniques with Yummly's quick instructional videos.
Happy Recipe Hunting!!!