Image-based Feastie search engine allows users to explore and discover thousands of recipes from the original food blog photography. The search makes it easy to find recipes from a wide variety of cuisines and diets such as gluten-free, vegan, and paleo. Unlike other search engines, Feastie’s database is constantly updated, adding hundreds of new recipes to the index daily, ensuring that users will find something new with every search. Blogs range from gourmet cooking and baking to planning family meals or cooking on a budget. Users can follow their favorite blogs in their profile to make sure they never miss a recipe from their favorite blogger.
âReaching this milestone of 1,000 blogs in our database is a big win for Feastie, people who love to cook from recipes online, and recipe bloggers. Feastie makes it easier and more fun for home cooks. to find healthy and delicious recipes that match their dietary needs and budgets, âsaid Valerie Coffman, CEO and Founder of Feastie. âMost food blogging recipes are omitted or buried in Google recipe search results, which excludes unique, high-quality recipes from food bloggers. We’ve fixed this issue with our FeastieBot. Now, the recipe search , ingredients and other recipe-specific keywords is simple and bloggers don’t need to bother with special formats or codes. “
Unlike competing recipe search engines, Feastie indexes recipes exclusively from food blogs. While the major recipe search engines or conglomerate aggregates contain thousands of recipes from anonymous sources, the recipes indexed in Feastie are written and tested by home cooks and cooking enthusiasts, and make the dining experience more personal and accessible for home cooks. Feastie is completely free and can be accessed via a mobile phone, making planning, shopping, and meal preparation a fun activity instead of a weekly chore.
Feastie, Inc. is the web’s largest food blog search index with recipes from over 1,000 blogs. Feastie provides users with organizational features like bookmarking recipes, the ability to save cooking history, and create shopping lists from a recipe with just one click. Follow Feastie on Twitter at @_feastie and become a Facebook fan at https://www.facebook.com/feastie.fanpage.
Valerie Coffman Feastie, Inc., 301-541-3161, [emailÂ protected]
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