Search, Save and Share Food and Recipe Bookmarks

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Members of are building a powerful index of the Internet's best cooking, recipe and dining web sites. The collective wisdom of like-minded food lovers allows to offer up the best and most relevant collection of food sites.

The new website lets food lovers collect their favorite web bookmarks in one place for easy retrieval and sharing. Food lovers are already taking advantage of the new service to share their knowledge of food, recipe and drink web sites to help others quickly find useful resources.

Accounts on are free and new members can immediately begin adding bookmarks. Once a collection is created, members can easily retrieve their bookmarks from any computer with Internet access and share their links with friends and other visitors to the site.

Members also help categorize websites by adding tags to their bookmarks. Tags are words or short phrases that describe links and members can add as many bookmarks and tags as they like. The tags make it easier for members to browse through their own collection of bookmarks and the collections of others members.

Anyone can begin discovering interesting food and recipe websites by searching the site or browsing through keyword tags. Someone searching for a cookie recipe, for instance, might start by searching on the word "cookie." From there they will find a collection of bookmarks that can be further narrowed down by selecting tags such as "chocolate" or "peanut butter." From there the search may lead to a member who has built a unique collection of great cookie recipes.

Another useful feature of is the ability to watch what other members are adding to the site. By either adding a member to a watch list or subscribing to an RSS feed, visitors can find out when new bookmarks are added. uses the open source Scuttle social bookmark engine and features web 2.0 tools that allow the food community to determine what is saved and shared. As the site grows the community will determine the form and shape of the bookmark collection.


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