Last week we reported on Google’s new Recipe View. The new search feature on Google allows users to search for recipes by ingredient, calorie count, and preparation time. Currently Recipe View is available in the US and Japan, and it should be rolling out to more countries soon.
One of the great features of Recipe View is that it allows users to find recipes based on ingredients or even events. Trying to figure out what to serve at your St. Patrick’s Day party? Google’s Recipe View has the answers. Or if you know you want to make a dessert with bananas but have no idea what to do, Recipe View can provide a great list of options.
Check out this video from Google for more insights into its new Recipe View.
Recipe View is Google’s first search engine powered by data from rich snippets markup. Representatives from Google (including Kavi Goel, the writer of Google’s official blog post on Recipe View) will be at SemTech 2011 to speak about rich snippets.
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