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New recipe search engine from The Guardian

recipe-searchThe Guardian – home of the wonderful Word of Mouth blog, publisher of the Observer Food Monthly magazine, and my favourite newspaper for food journalism – has just launched a handy online search guide for its recipes.

It’s disarmingly simple: enter the ingredients you wish to use, with the option to exclude those you don’t have or want, and you’ll be presented with a selection of recipes – published in The Guardian or Observer – from some of the best food writers around, including Yotam Ottolenghi, Nigel Slater, Jay Rayner, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, and Darina Allen. The Guardian’s recipe search facility is powered by an equally brilliant site, What Would I Cook.

A similar and very useful site, Twecipe, seems to have sadly disappeared from cyberspace, so the Guardian’s Recipe Search may help fill the void.

One Comment

  1. Have to say, I don’t think you can beat the joys of the BBC food recipe search!