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Flower Mound resident launches online cookbook website
From staff reports
Dish Dish announces the launch of www.DishDish.US, the newest site for gathering recipes into a personal online cookbook, leaving behind the drawer or cabinet full of recipe cards and stained printouts.
Dish Dish LLC was formed in 2011 after Flower Mound resident Melanie Carr grew tired of stacks of printed papers, torn-out pages, stained cards, bookmarked websites, and worn-out cookbook pages in her kitchen. It was difficult to find specific recipes or to remember where to locate the last great recipe she had tried. And sharing those recipes was cumbersome, always requiring a hand-written card, typed page or email, or another printed page. After exploring various recipe and cookbook websites, concluding that none of them had the robust functionality she desired, Dish Dish was born to provide a place for home cooks to gather, access, and share their recipes easily.
Dish Dish offers users an uncluttered site to enter their favorite recipes and photos, share those with friends or keep them private, robustly search their personal cookbook or all shared recipes, easily multiply or shrink a recipe for groups, create shopping lists and menus, search an exhaustive substitutions list, and retrieve recipes and shopping lists from any mobile device.
Additionally, users are able to edit their recipes, add other users’ recipes to their personal cookbook, and revise or personalize recipes at any time. It is easy to get started with an online cookbook at DishDish.US. After accessing the website, simply set up an account to start entering recipes right away. Dish Dish is currently offering a promotion giving away free bamboo cutting boards to users who enter 15 recipes and share the Dish Dish Facebook page. See details at http://dishdish.us/.
One user described Dish Dish as “… the most fun entering my recipe. I sense a new addiction coming on...taking pictures of all the food I cook. Ha! It really makes cooking it more entertaining.”
And another user shared, “My grandmother hand wrote me a cookbook and I have been busy making copies for my family…the hours this would save…I will not only use it but be an avid user and spokesperson.”
Advertising & Partnership
Dish Dish welcomes advertisers attempting to reach those who are cooking at home, planning meals, and looking for ways to simplify their kitchens. Chefs, restaurants or entities interested in providing coupons, discounts, or free trial products for home cooks can contact email@example.com. Dish Dish also provides a media kit and more information at http://dishdish.us/advertise-with-us/ to companies interested in partnering in promotions with Dish Dish.
Contact Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.dishdish.us for information.
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