I’m so happy to announce that ZipList has invited me to partner with them to bring you the web’s most popular recipe-saving and shopping tools right here on SoupAddict.com.
I’m really excited, because I’m a blogger … but I’m also a cook, and I love food blogs and cook from them all the time. Keeping track of online recipes and their sources was a loosey-goosey mess. For a long time, I used Google Drive, which was, you know, fiiiine, but it’s so hard to just browse, especially when you’re not sure what you’re in the mood for. My wanna-cook-it list is huge!
With ZipList, you can “tag” your recipes, which gives you a ton of sorting flexibility (unlike Drive’s folders). You can tag a fabulous pumpkin scone recipe as “pumpkin,” “autumn,” “dessert,” “breakfast,” “cray-cray yummy,” and later, you can filter your recipe box no matter how ginormous by any of these tags (ZipList remembers your tags and displays them in a list), and the scone recipe will appear in the results. This means if you’re in the mood for pumpkin, and you filter by your pumpkin tag, you’ll see the scone recipe, along with any of the scrumptious pumpkin recipes you’ve saved and tagged from all of the ZipList partner sites you love. (You can also filter recipes by publisher!)
Use ZipList to plan your menus and create your grocery list. And, ZipList’s mobile app makes shopping a snap. Share your list with your loved ones over the web, and divide and conquer the shopping chores (or just delegate them altogether 😉 ).
Many of your favorite bloggers are already part of the ZipList network, including some of my own favorites, like SimplyRecipes.com, PinchofYum.com, WhiteonRiceCouple.com, GimmeSomeOven.com, and so many more — check out the list of ZipList partners
ZipList is free, and so easy to use. Click the “recipe box” link in the main navigation below the SoupAddict logo to get started.
If you don’t have an account, you can create one by clicking the “recipe box” link in the navigation above. Enter your email address and a secure password, and you’re off and running.
Look for the ZipList “Save” button in the recipes of your favorite blogs. Save and organize recipes in your recipe box, and you’ll always know which recipe came from where. ZipList partners display the “recipe box” link on their blogs, so you can access your ZipList tools as you’re browsing the web, without having to jump out to ZipList.com (although you can do that, too!)
I hope that the ZipList recipe box makes your use of SoupAddict.com convenient and enjoyable!