Ziplist – A New Feature on TheHistoryKitchen.com

I’m always looking for ways to improve my website and your user experience. Many of you have asked if I can implement a recipe box feature, where you can easily access your favorite recipes from my site. Some have also suggested creating a “grocery list” feature that will allow you to easily create shopping lists from my recipes. That’s why I was so excited to discover Ziplist!

ZipList makes meal planning and grocery shopping a breeze. Create your weekly meal plan, organize your grocery list and get money-saving coupons, all with one slick, easy-to-use interface. Sync your list and recipes up with your cell phone and you’re off to the store in minutes.

Your custom Ziplist Recipe Box and Shopping List can be accessed from any page of my website on the top pulldown menu. It looks like this:

If you already have a Ziplist account, this new feature should work seamlessly for you on The History Kitchen. If you don’t yet have Ziplist, it’s super easy to sign up. All you need to do is click here and follow the onscreen instructions to get started. Then you’ll be able to use all of the new features on my site! Keep your login information handy, this recipe box will work on lots of different websites from a number of fabulous Ziplist partners.

You’ll notice that on every recipe on The History Kitchen, there is now a “Save Recipe” button next to the “Print Recipe” button. It looks like this:

Click on it to save a recipe to your custom Ziplist box. Once you have a recipe box, you’ll easily be able to create shopping lists, search for coupons, and more!

Just like my other site The Shiksa in the KitchenThe History Kitchen has some great recipes for you to try! My hope is that this new addition will make the site even easier for you to use. Stay tuned for more site improvements in the future. Even though I may not be able to answer all of your comments and emails, I am always listening to your helpful suggestions. Thanks for reading!

About Tori Avey

Tori Avey acts as editor and curator of The History Kitchen, where she shares her own food history writing and seeks out creative contributors from throughout the culinary world. Tori also writes an award-winning kosher food blog, The Shiksa in the Kitchen. She explores the story behind the food – why we eat what we eat, how the foods of different cultures have evolved, and how yesterday’s food can inspire us in the kitchen today. Read more...
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