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Save Recipes From Friends, Family, and Chefs Online at KeepRecipes


If you’re hungry, don’t read this.  How does Miso Orange Pepper Roasted Chicken sound?  What about Lobster Tails with Clarified Butter?  White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Bars with Coconut for dessert, anyone?

OK, now I’m hungry too.

If you love to cook, check out KeepRecipes, which is like iTunes for recipes. Launched with a fundraiser for Japanese earthquake/tsunami relief that featured Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, this cool new recipe aggregator site lets you keep the best recipes from friends, family, celebrities, and chefs in one spot.

You can browse recipes by meal/course, ingredient, cuisine, and season/occasion.  Because I am not a member (you need to donate to the American Red Cross or request an invitation), the selection of recipes I could peruse was limited.   However, they boast over 10,000 recipes, plus you can buy recipes (rather than full cookbooks) and instructional videos from world class chefs. 

Saving recipes is easy: you can either manually add one or use their bookmarklet to “clip” recipes you find online.  Once you start cooking, you can check in to indicate that you cooked it.

KeepRecipes is one of our showcased startups at Tech Cocktail NYC this Thursday, April 14, so stop by and meet the team!

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