The site for me is not just about the food. It represented another hobby of mine, the website development. I am hobbyist with small knowledge of programming, but the site gives me the opportunity to be up-to-date with all the new trends. I recently had some time to jump in the wagon of recipe-ing my blog. Making an easy to print, easy to read recipe condensed in a small recipe card. I am also very pleased to announce another great addition to my website: the integration of the amazing features of kitchen bug. What is kitchenbug? Watch the following video for the introduction.
Now at the end of each post now there are two great features: a star-rating-feature of the recipes allowing you to judge recipe, and a button that reveals the recipe card. The recipe card has three major components: the description, the ingredients and the directions. There is also a great bonus feature that helps analyze the nutrition value of the recipe. There is a snapshot of the nutrition data in the description but if you click the + button you can see a lot more! Finally there is the Collect button that adds the recipe to your archive in kitchenbug.com. When you do that you get an even more detailed nutritional analysis. Not to mention the opportunity to save the recipe for ever!
The following images will give you a better idea of these new features. The features are available immediately for the new recipes and they will slowly be integrated in the older recipes before the end of may.
Adding the recipe to kitchenbug.com