Good Food Blog
New features on bbcgoodfood.comPosted at 2:10PM, 04 September 2008 by Andrea McGinniss - Editor, bbcgoodfood.com
They say change is as good as a holiday, which is great because we've had a few lately. We've bid farewell to researcher Holly who has gone to spread some of her sparkle across Australia, welcomed her replacement Emily, and moved, with the rest of BBC Worldwide, into our sensational new offices across the road from our old ones. All in a matter of weeks. No wonder we're slightly pooped.
In between doing all this, we've also launched our new recipe section. And to say we're excited is something of an understatement. With almost 5,000 tried and tested recipes on the site now, we wanted you to be able to find the one you're looking for as quickly and easily as possible. And give your eyes a good feast too.
That's why you'll find lots of mouthwatering images, and links to their recipes, on our recipes page. You can instantly see what the six most popular recipes on the site are. Try them yourself and find out why, if you haven't already. You can also see the latest member recipes that have been added to the site. Add yours too and give it the exposure it deserves.
With almost 5,000 tried and tested recipes on the site now, we wanted you to be able to find the one your looking for as quickly and easily as possible.
And then there's the collections. We've divided them up into five categories we hope cover nearly every recipe need: cuisines, favourites, occasions, special diets and vegetarian. Delve a little deeper and you'll find more choices, even more droolworthy images, and hopefully all the inspiration you need to feed your family, friends, and your imagination. We'll keep updating the collections and adding new ones so let us know if there's something you'd like to see more of.
There's lots more exciting stuff in the pipeline too, and new recipes being added every day, so keep coming back, rating, commenting, and cooking too. And did you know it's only 111 sleeps until Christmas? What was that about a holiday? Gulp.