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Many months ago, I started getting emails from some of you asking when in the wide world I was going to hook up with Ziplist and add a Recipe Box and the Save Recipe button to my posts. I could only respond with one thing, which was “What is Ziplist?”. I am sure they were really impressed with my vast knowledge of the online food world I am a part of. 🙂

So I did a bit of poking around (research, if you will) and joined Ziplist myself to see if I could make sense of how it works and how it might benefit you all. It turns out, Ziplist provides a lot of wonderful things! Ziplist basically functions as an online recipe box. You can store recipes you enjoy from my site, and recipes you find from anywhere around the web as well all in one convenient box. Here’s what you need to do to get started.

1. Sign up for a (free) Zipist account.

2. Save the recipes you enjoy from my site (and other sites who have partnered with Ziplist).  Embedded within each of my posts is this handy “Save Recipe” button. Click on this button and you will be taken to a page giving you the option to save that particular recipe to your own Recipe Box.

3. When you want to locate the recipe again, simply go to the top of my page and click on Recipe Box.

Your own personal Recipe Box will open up for you, showing all of the recipes you have stored there (this is a picture of my Recipe Box).

Ziplist also provides shopping lists, and keeps you informed of your local grocery store deals. They have really got a lot of wonderful things to offer you. I hope you find it helpful!


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  1. Thank you! I finally have a great way to keep track of your recipes. I am making poor man’s philly tonight. Love it.

  2. This is so awesome, I was just perusing your site last night thinking ” I sure wish their was a way to save my favorites to a recipe box” and BAM! Here it is the very next day! How wonderful! Thanks so much 🙂

  3. While I never asked, I always thought it while I was using my ziplist cut tool to down load your recipes. Thank you so much. I love your recipes, I love ziplist and it’s great when two loves come together. (unless it’s the love of your life and your best friend of course…lol)