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Many of us have family recipes and family favorites we'd like to share. Epicurious makes it easy to share recipes online. ...
You can share the secret recipe for your famous chocolate chip cookies (perhaps slightly modified so yours are still the best) or choose to keep it private. The recipe box is also the best place to keep your online recipes organized.
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You can add your own recipes to share with the Epicurious community or to keep private in your own online recipe box. Go to the Community tab and select Add Your Own Recipe from the menu. Here, you can decide if you want to make your recipe public and place into your recipe box as well as in the public database so other people can find it. Or, you can make it private so that it will only be available to you in your recipe box. Next, give the recipe a title. Add an introduction to the recipe. And you can also include any special instructions here. Add the ingredients, the instructions on how to prepare the dish. And enter the number of servings it makes and the unit. For example, you could put 8 people if it feeds 8 people or 4 pizzas if it’s for 4 pizzas. Now, add information to help categorize your recipe. You can place it to one of these cuisines. Choose a main ingredient. I’ll select mushrooms, the type of dish, the season or occasion, the meal, preparation method, etc. feel free to leave any of this out if you don’t feel they’re relevant. Now you can preview it. And here’s what the recipe would look like to other Epicurious users if you chose to share it. If you’re happy with it, click on Submit. It will be added to your recipe box so you could find it again and again. Thanks for watching and don’t miss the next episode in the Finding and Sharing Recipes with Epicurious series.