Get Unstuck at the Grocery Store: BigOven.com Opens Up Free 160,000+ Recipe Search to Blackberry(r), iPhone(r), all other Web-Enabled Cellphone Users

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BigOven.com, a rapidly growing social network about food with 160,000+ recipes and 80,000+ members from around the world, announced the beta availability of mobile search of its vast recipe archive. Simply visit (and bookmark) the link http://www.bigoven.com/m

Now, if you're at the grocery store, and don't know what ingredients you need to make Quiche Lorraine, simply visit

BigOven.com, a rapidly growing social network about food with 160,000+ recipes and 80,000+ members from around the world, announced the beta availability of mobile search of its vast recipe archive. Simply visit (and bookmark) the link http://www.bigoven.com/m

"Now, if you're at the grocery store, and don't know what ingredients you need to make Quiche Lorraine, simply visit "BigOven.com slash M" on your mobile phone" said Steve Murch, CEO and Head Chef of BigOven.com. "You can also enter general search terms like 'easy breakfast eggs' or ingredients from your fridge, and get some great suggestions". BigOven.com has specially tailored the interface to be clear and uncluttered for smaller cellphone displays.

It's free to join BigOven.com, and members can easily build "Try Soon" and "Favorite" lists at http://www.bigoven.com at their convenience from their desktops, then access them from their iPhone, Blackberry or web-enabled cellphone.

About BigOven.com
Seattle-based BigOven.com is a rapidly-growing social network about food, with over 160,000+ recipes and 80,000+ members from around the world. Cooks can post recipes, photos, how-to cooking videos, and tips for free and search recipes in a variety of ways, including "what's fresh", "leftover wizard", flavor tags and more.

First released in 2004, BigOven.com now serves over 2 million pageviews each month, up more than four-fold over last year. The founder, Steve Murch, has over three decades of experience in the personal computing industry, including executive-level experience at both Microsoft Corporation and Expedia, Inc.

*Blackberry is a registered trademark of Research In Motion, Inc. and iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

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