Encinitas, California (PRWEB) November 01, 2011
Faced with an unmanageable mess of magazine clippings, notes and index cards one programmer and cooking enthusiast decided to build the ultimate online resource for keeping track of recipes. And now, after literally years of figuratively burning the midnight oil, stealing hours to spend tweaking, adjusting and testing, it's pretty much done. Mostly.
"The lack of features is our biggest feature," says owner Scott Fadick. "We could have made a flashy site full of social networking hooks, but instead we focused on creating a simple, easy to use interface and the core features that I personally thought would be most useful to someone looking for something to cook. I mean, how often do you really need to tweet about what you're making for dinner?"
How does it work?
Visitors can search a small but growing list of recipes with no restrictions. Members can use their free account to categorize, comment and keep personal notes about the any recipe they like and can also add and share their own recipes.
"They can also add personal information and there's an option to sign up anonymously, but recipes, categories, comments and notes about covers it." Scott continues, "Conventional wisdom says that there should probably be a bunch more stuff here, but that's really about it. You should take a look."
For additional information, please visit http://www.MyOnlineCookBook.com.