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Food Site Adds Social Networking Features

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Online food site Epicurious.com has relaunched its site with a new design that focuses on personalization.

Epi 2.0 features include added search and browse capabilities, improved recipe and menu functionality, streamlined navigation, related content, an intuitive user experience and a new blog with six new guest contributors.

The new Epicurious will keep it s 60,000 recipes and features that users depend on, but with better navigation and tools. Improvements, tools and features will continue to be
introduced over the next 18 months.

Updates to the site include new content categories. All content falls within three categories, Recipes & Menus, Articles & Guides and Community. Registered users have access to new features including My Epi, a personalized user space for food fans to communicate.

Along with being able to browse the Recipe Central area in the middle of the home page, users can search for recipes in the new search bar, which features member recipes and editor-tested recipes.

"Epicurious.com has been a pioneer for more than 12 years in the food world online, and our users have always been very involved in the site, whether by uploading their favorite recipes, commenting on blog entries and recipes, or having a lively discussion in our popular forums," said Tanya Steel, editor in chief of Epicurious.com.

"Through the ongoing process of streamlining and personalizing Epicurious.com, we are committed to making the site an even easier place for our users to find their culinary
inspiration, share with others, and shape the site."

 

Food Site Adds Social Networking Features
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