Day: February 13, 2021

TikTok testing recipe-saving feature for food videos with Whisk

TikTok is making it easier for users to save and share food content. 

The video-sharing social media platform is launching a test that will allow users to link to recipes they found on the Whisk app, Tech Crunch reported. 

TikTok is making it easier for users to find and save recipes. (iStock). 

TikTok is making it easier for users to find and save recipes. (iStock). 

TikTok is piloting a new “see full recipe” button that will pop up on food videos, motivating viewers to not just drool over the food they see in a video, but potentially get cooking themselves, or save the recipe, according to Tech Crunch. 

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Users can tap the “see full recipe button” to be directed to Whisk, an app that allows users save and share recipes they find online, shop the ingredients list, or look at recipe photos. Food fans will also be able to pin their favorite recipes, like a Pinterest

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Reddit User Finds Secret Pasta Sauce Recipe in 1947 Garage Wall

  • A Reddit user discovered a very detailed recipe for spaghetti sauce inside the walls of his garage in Denver.
  • His house was built in 1947 and no one managed to find the slip of paper before now.
  • He shared photos of the relic to the subreddit r/OldRecipes, and group members were in awe over the relic.

    Imagine moving into a new home and cleaning out your garage to find an old envelope with the words “Spaghetti Recipe” scribbled on the front. That’s what happened to David, or orestes77 on Reddit, while he was removing old pegboards from his garage walls in Denver. And when he retrieved said envelope, he was surprised to actually discover very detailed, handwritten cooking instructions for a spaghetti sauce inside.

    “From the spot it was placed and the way it was worded, I am certain it was left there for a future owner to find

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    3 best vegetarian dinner recipes for healthy, cozy meals

    As someone who loves vegetables, low-maintenance cooking and pasta, I’m always trying to combine these three things in new, unfussy ways. For example, while I love eggplant, I am not a fan of the salting step, though it is usually necessary, so I sometimes find myself skipping eggplant dishes out of laziness — until now. Enter my new favorite broiler method that leaves out that salting step. As you’ll see below, each dish has its own little spin to keep things easy, a tad healthier and, most importantly, delicious. Here, you’ll find three vegetarian recipes that hit the cozy, comforting mark — without a ton of effort.

    Baked Lemony Broccoli and Mushroom Pasta

    Courtesy Adam Friedlander

    This deeply flavorful, silky pasta studded with broccoli, mushrooms and garlic is finished off with some breadcrumbs for crunch, soft dollops of creamy ricotta and quick-pickled peppers for a tiny bit of heat to balance it out. For a lighter

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