Thursday, April 10, 2008

Epicurious is to offer you the very best recipes, cooking features, and video how-tos on the Web

What Company Is Offering:
Epicurious is to offer you the very best recipes, cooking features, and video how-tos on the Web.

At the top of every page, you'll see Recipes & Menus, Articles & Guides, and Community categories, plus links to Bon App├ętit and Gourmet.

Recipes & Menus includes Quick & Easy ideas, Holiday recipes, Healthy menus, Seasonal and International Cooking, Desserts, and Drinks.

In the Articles & Guides category, you'll find Entertaining tips, How to Cook, news on nutrition in Healthy Cooking, Holidays & Celebrations, the world's top restaurants in Dining & Travel, Kitchen & Equipment, and interviews in Chefs & Experts.

How It Works:

Community encompasses My Epi; the epi chat room, where you can discuss food and recipes with other Epicurious members in real time; and Forums.

They've highlighted topics within the main Epicurious categories in an easy-to-use list at the left on the homepage, so you can quickly pinpoint the information you want. These highlights are also given at the foot of every page. They've provided other ways to navigate, too, including the Recently Viewed Articles and Related Content boxes to the right.

Recently Viewed Articles shows features you've just read, so you can easily navigate back to one of those pages.

Related Content suggests features and recipes that might interest you, based on the articles or recipes you choose. For example, if you access our Going Global Irish cuisine feature, the related content to the right might include a St. Patrick's Day menu and a profile of a prominent Irish chef, plus some top-rated Irish recipes.

More at:http://www.epicurious.com/

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