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Add Ingredient, Get Recipe!
by: Gitte Gorzelak

What do I know about cooking? Not much, I can tell you that. The internet has once more saved my sorry butt, though.

I want to advertise a little today for a cool website called Supercook:

We’ve all tried it but I have a feeling it happens to me more than regular people: I open my fridge, I identify three or four different ingredients and I have absolutely no idea how to turn them into a meal. So I usually sit at my dinner table with a fried piece of meat + various boiled or steamed vegetables, cursing my own inadequacy in the kitchen and writing down “Learn to cook, learn to cook” in my notebook.

But now I can throw out the notebook. The website Supercook allows you to add the ingredients you have in your kitchen and then it will automatically generate recipes with those ingredients.

If you add chicken breast, you get a result of more than 200 chicken breast recipes. Let’s say I also have leeks and cream. Still I get more than 200 results, now all with heavy cream, chicken breast and leeks. How amazing is that??? You can then add the recipe of your choice to your online cook book and create a menu and a shopping list. Oh, did I mention that the recipes include both starters, entrées and desserts? I will use this engine a lot since I have no idea about cooking..I mean, I can at least use it until I learn to cook, right?

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Gitte Gorzelak Ismail, true crime nerd and fanatic blogger. I'm 35, proud mother of a gorgeous son, retired a tad early for personal reasons but filling my time quite well with blogging, knitting, reading thick true crime books and studying criminology.

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