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Feature of the Week: Sharing your Recipe Box with friends! 
 
Oct. 8, 2013 12:59 pm 
Updated: Oct. 11, 2013 5:50 am
Hey Allrecipeeps! We hope your weekend was great and full of delicious, satisfying meals!

Today, the Allrecipes team would like to highlight a cool community feature that you might not 
have tried or used very much yet - sharing your Recipe Box with friends!

Sharing your own Recipe Box with friends via email is easy and fun:

1) First, find the URL to your public profile by logging into your Allrecipes account and clicking 
on your profile name in the upper right corner. Then, click the "Profile" link.

2) Copy & paste the web address of your Profile into an email and send it along to anyone you'd 
like to share with! Entice those friends a bit by including the names of a few great recipes you've 
saved in your Recipe Box under your public profile URL in the email!

When you are viewing another Allrecipes user's public profile, you will also see the option to 
"Add To Cooks I Like" under their profile picture, in a rectangular orange box. Click there to 
save that Cook to your own list, which can be accessed at anytime by visiting your "My 
Allrecipes" menu and clicking "Cooks I Like (view all/change)" on the right side of that page 
in blue.

This way, you can see what recipes they are saving and reviewing as well!

Who are some of your favorite Allrecipeeps to follow? What do you like so much about their Recipe 

Box contents or specific recipes they've saved and/or reviewed? 

Share your thoughts and feedback with us here!

 
Comments
Oct. 8, 2013 4:20 pm
Great addition! Thank you. Will we be able to sort our friends recipe box the way we can our own? That would make life so much easier since many of us have 1000+ recipes.
 
Oct. 9, 2013 5:33 am
Great tip AR! Love it! Thank you!
 
Oct. 9, 2013 7:02 am
I don't get it. "Copy and paste a URL" isn't really a feature of this website. Once a person gets to another member's recipe box it's still a needle-in-a-haystack hunt to find a particular recipe or even category of recipes. It is only able to be sorted in a couple of ways and can't be searched. Are those changes in the works?
 
Arygie 
Oct. 10, 2013 1:46 pm
http://ca5ee1uaeg8s8z7dui1bsb4r4r.hop.clickbank.net/
 
RUTHANN3 
Oct. 11, 2013 5:50 am
I just got the Premiere Issue of AP! I have to say I loved it. I went to bed reading it and couldn't put it down it was so good. I read it cover to cover. This magazine is definitely Grandma approved! I'm hopeful my grand-daughters will use all of the great recipes in it. At 70 years old, and cooking for 55 years, I think I've found a magazine my kids can use before I'm gone, instead of asking me before I die LOL and that's as good as it gets. They all love my southern cooking, but you all run a close match! Love you and your recipes, Great Grandma RUTHANN3
 
 
 
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