Foodily.com is one of the most superior recipe search engine in the globe. The most delightful and intuitive way is offered by it to find and share recipes. A small group of former Yahoo employees are making an effort to figure out the experience of the most social and culturally universal act online with Foodily.com, a new recipe-swapping website, which allows people to connect over the meals. Foodily.com is the official website of Foodily Inc., a search engine for comparing recipes.
Users are allowed to search for menus and dishes through ingredient by Foodily’s recipe database that is nicely designed with photos and graphics. Foodily has integration with Facebook so people can share about meal decisions and comment on recipes. The “recommendation” option of Foodily below the recipe section is just great. It shows the recipes which are liked by you and your network on facebook. People can also share recipes on Twitter and e-mail. Users can find the ingredients that are in season for their local area, promoted by an introductory video on Foodily’s homepage.
Foodily.com has big recipe index and it collects recipes from a growing number of contributors, such as FoodNetwork.com, Jamie Oliver, and Epicurious itself. Martha Stewart, AllRecipes, Whole Foods, Serious Eats, and a handful of food bloggers, like For the Love of Cooking and Dana Treat are the other recipe sources of Foodily.com. Advertisers can search every ingredient in each recipe and a sweet level of detail with the help of Foodily’s search tool to know exactly what users are planning to purchase.
People will see recipes liked by their friends in their Foodily recipe search at Foodily website. People will also see recipes “liked on Foodily” in their Facebook feed due to its integration with Facebook. At present, anyone is allowed to create a Facebook event invitation that includes a menu, allowing friends to see what dishes are planned for events like dinner parties or pot lucks. Friends can share their feedback, add additional dishes they want to bring, and remark on the menu.
Friends can easily see what others are eating, save a recipe, or create a Facebook event with a menu due to users mark recipes as favorites with a comparison view that integrates simple social interactions on Foodily. To decide right recipe, people can browse or flip through search results return side-by-side recipes and menus. People will be provided with a magazine-like experience and dish inspiration by beautiful imagery.
Review of the Foodily.com:
Foodily.com is one of the best website from my point of view as we can search a perfect recipe on foodily and compare recipes side by side instead of searching multiple websites. We can search any recipe according to our choice, when I visited Foodily.com, I have seen two search option, in first option I entered the recipe name that I want to find and in the other option, I have entered ingredients that I don’t want to include in my recipe.
Then I saw a lot of recipes with images, text and also the ratings of the recipes on one page according to my search. I need to scroll to decide the right recipe from various menus. When I chose a recipe, I was surprised to see beautiful imagery that provides a magazine-like experience and dish inspiration. I collect different recipes into one menu and also invited my friends in Facebook to share menu, tips and opinions to plan the perfect event.