New Partnership > Recipe Bridge & Hearst Magazines Digital Media

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Dilemma:  Let's say you love chicken, but are bored with your same old recipes and are in need of some new techniques to spice up your cooking repertoire.  You've seen great dishes prepared on Food Network, but also recall reading some tasty recipes in Food & Wine.  Your next question - how to go about tracking down what looked and sounded delicious, without having to research each individual TV or magazine website?  I've got the answer to finding all these recipes and more....  Recipe Bridge.  Recognizing a need to provide a more defined online recipe research tool, Recipe Bridge was founded, created, and launched in 2009 by Andy Theimer and Bill Brennan.  The technology pulls together recipe resources, from, for example, Food Network, cooking magazines & blogs, food purveyors, etc... into one search engine, allowing the user access to over 1,000,000 recipes.

Yesterday, July 20, Recipe Bridge announced their partnership with Hearst Magazines Digital Media in forming a new site - Great Recipes.  Great Recipes brings together the valued technology of Recipe Bridge with the established readers and followers of Hearst Magazines - Good Housekeeping & O, The Oprah Magazine - to name a few.  How exciting to learn of this new successful venture for long time family friend and co-founder of Recipe Bridge Bill Brennan. Check out the following links to some of the mouth watering chicken recipes I pulled off of Great Recipes:

Food Network's Rachel Ray and her recipe for Brandied Tarragon Cream Chicken with Camembert Rice, Warm Endive, and Apples.

PBS' Everyday Food, developed by Martha Stewart.  Check out the recipe for Chicken and Dumplings.

New York Magazine's Chicken with Dates.

Whole Foods Market's Chicken Soba Noodle Soup.

NPR's The Splendid Table with Host Lynne Rossetto Kasper and her recipe for Chicken Breasts Stuffed with Curried Couscous.  The Splendid Table is part of my Saturday morning radio listening ritual...  for more info see the link on the right hand side of the {dF} blog page "Favorites" column.
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