Key Ingredient

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Are you in need of a good Food Recipe website? When it comes to finding and storing food recipes online, there are many websites that come to my mind. Two I have used and still use from time to time are the Food TV Network website and All Recipes, but there are many, many more out there on the internet that can offer new, fresh recipes and variations to traditional favourites. I was made aware of a new website for storing and browsing through recipes. The website is called Key Ingredient.

The splash page of Key Ingredient includes a simple search box that you can use to browse for recipes and a few additional links, such as information about creating a cookbook with stored recipes. Upon clicking the Key Ingredient logo (which, along with the website name and slogan, features a cute illustration of an orange pot that I thought was reminiscent of a cast iron Le Cruset round oven), you can visit the main page of the website.

The layout on the main page of Key Ingredient is a clean design that is easy on the eyes and very easy to navigate. Non-members are welcome to look at and browse for recipes on the “Home” page, but I found that I was directed to a join page when I tried to view the “Meet,” “Collect,” and “Shop” links. I am assuming those pages are only accessible when logged in as a member. Membership is free, however, and it is easy to join the website.

If you decide to visit Key Ingredient’s website, be sure to submit some recipes to help the site grow and definitely check out the weblog. There are some really tasty-looking recipes featured on there and, again, the design is nice. The flash “recipe cards” that hold the actual recipes are pretty cool. Here is how they look and the recipe I submitted: