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http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=015...

Google adds new recipe search feature - San Jose Mercury News

A tiny knife and fork icon has just joined the Google search family with the launch of Google "Recipe View," a niche search that lets home cooks search for recipes in new ways across the foodie universe......

http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-n...

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    Searches recipe websites. Enter a list of ingredients to begin your search.
    searches sites including: epicurious.com, recipesource.com, cooking.com, recipezaar.com, allrecipes.com

    1. Needs a ton of work and I'm surprised that Google rolled this out with such a limited scope of search results. Nothing the standard Google search engine wouldn't provide you and many top notch search results aren't even listed. Finding bloggers takes a good deal of sub-category.

      I ran the search "cream cheese" and received this:
      http://www.google.com/cse?cx=01577106...

      disappointed. even the ads are lousy.

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      1. re: HillJ

        I search lots of recipes on google.

        The new "feature" normally gives you about 4 pages of the typical big, well funded sites that know how to game google's search function.

        Just skip to page 5 of your results and you start to get the good stuff-the home cooks that know what they're talking about-not the giant corporate sites that have s.e.o experts working around the clock.

        1. re: scrumptiouschef

          I search using the standard and super speedy Google Chrome without using the new Google recipe specific search engine. Doing so means I don't need to scroll past or thru any of the search results you mention to get to the gems. I plan to stick with GC until or when the new Google recipe specific search engine isn't corporate driven.

        2. re: HillJ

          I'm Not impressed!
          It filtered my alcaparrado reciipe out completely, while showing recipes *containing* alcaparrado.
          In normal (everything) search it's third on the list: www.chow.com/recipes/11256-alcaparrado