CHOW, an interactive media property for food and drink enthusiasts online and property of CNET Networks, is rolling out an innovative recipe feature that allows food fanatics to publish and share their recipes with the CHOW community. With the holiday season already top-of-mind and plans underway, CHOW.comâ€™s new feature and content is perfect for gastronomes looking to spice up their traditions.
CHOW.comâ€™s first-of-its-kind Recipe Hack feature lets members change CHOW recipes to fit their own taste. The modifications are saved as new recipes, called “hacks,” alongside the originals. The groundbreaking Recipe Hack feature is ideal for cooks who find themselves tweaking ingredient portions or who want to share their creative interpretations of familiar recipe standards. Unlike other online food sites, CHOW.comâ€™s relational database allows users to view all hacks made by other members, as well as track new submissions from favorite users and upload photos to present their handiwork in a visually appealing format.
Originally posted on November 7, 2007 @ 11:26 am