“I think Recipe-Robot.com will be a God-send to people on a fixed income, those who have been forced to drastically cut down their expenses, and basically anyone looking to save money right now.”
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Sumter, SC (PRWEB) October 26, 2011
Recipe-Robot.com, a newly-launched Web site, announces a service that not only saves people money but also gives them easy access to copycat recipes so they can cook their favorite restaurant-quality meals at home!
In today’s economy, people are looking to cut corners anywhere they can. Many people have stopped eating out. Others have cut back on driving to save money on gas. People are shopping smarter; they are buying less, but still wanting more.
“Given the current state of the economy, many people have cut back on eating out,” Tim Prescott, creator of Recipe-Robot.com says. “I think Recipe-Robot.com will be a God-send to people on a fixed income, those who have been forced to drastically cut down their expenses, and basically anyone looking to save money right now.” He also explained, "Listen, no matter how bad the economy is, we all still have to eat. This website allows people to not only eat, but still afford to treat themselves and family to thier favorite restaurant meals with very little cost involved."
Prescott was first inspired by a simple hobby and his 80-year old grandmother. She was recently widowed, living alone and on a fixed income. She had very little computer knowledge so he wanted to make it easier for her to find recipes online since she has always loved cooking.
It was clear to Prescott that there was a need for something more user- friendly and budget minded. And so, Recipe-Robot.com was born.
The way this Web site works is different from other recipe Web sites. Prescott designed the site from start to finish and made sure that he omitted features that he found bothersome such as having to download or to pay extra for updates. It's a simple, user-friendly interface.
“Many other recipe sites provide e-books, but often the recipes cannot be printed out and viruses are a concern when downloading,” Prescott explains. “And once people purchase a recipe cookbook or e-book, that's all they get. Those recipes will never update. With my website, they simply press a button and get fresh, new recipes anytime they want.”
With Recipe-Robot.com, members simply pay a small $37 per year to access new recipes, 24 hours per day, seven days per week. There is also a coupon program for all members. When they sign up, they receive real printable brand-name coupons to use each month which can save $100 to $200 per month on grocery bills. These coupons quickly defer the modest cost of membership.
Members enjoy recipes in several categories that include: diabetic, game, copycat, healthy, restaurant, barbecue, crock pot and more. What to know the secret recipes used at some of the most famous restaurants in America? Prescott says with a smile, "They'll have to go to the website and join to find out."
Recipe-Robot.com scours the Web 24 hours per day to bring its members the most up-to-date recipes on the Internet in one easy-to-use location. Members can save any of the recipes to their computer or even print them out.
Recipe-Robot.com is fast growing in its popularity and currently has a membership base including people from all ages and walks of life. In addition to recipes, it also provides valuable kitchen and cooking tips that also update daily and there is an area for special requests where members can ask for specific recipes or additional categories.
For more information and to sign up for a free month trial, visit: http://www.Recipe-Robot.com.