Recipe Tools

Here at Eating Richly we’re always looking for ways to make things easier for our readers.  We have  a category dedicated to techniques to help you save money, from making your own stock to regrowing cut green onions and using butter wrappers to grease your pans!  There are also cooking technique tips like softening butter quickly, sectioning citrus and tempering eggs.  We’re constantly adding new posts so make sure to check out the technique category.

We’re also excited to offer some new tools to help you keep track of your favorite recipes on Eating Richly.  I’ve tried a lot of different ways to save recipes digitally, and one of my favorites is with our new partner Ziplist.  They power the recipe boxes behind several mega sites like Martha Stewart and Woman’s Day, as well as many of my food blogging friends.

With the recipe box, you’ll be able to save your favorite recipes and then add any ingredients you may need to a shopping list that can easily be printed or emailed to yourself, or even accessed from your phone.

There is now a “Save Recipe” button on every Eating Richly recipe that will allow you to easily save your favorites in one place.

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If you’ve never used Ziplist, not to worry, it’s easy to set up your personal recipe box and they’ll walk you through it step by step.

So check out the new tools, all easily accessed from the menu bar in the header of every page, and let us know what you think!

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One Response to “Recipe Tools”

  1. Chris
    February 3, 2014 at 3:49 am #

    The recipe box is a great tool, I have used it on many occasions and it really comes in handy. I’m happy to see that it also got implemented on Eating Richly.

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