July 31st, 2013

Introducing Dishversity

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If you’re anything like me, you’ve collected hundreds of recipes on different sites around the Internet that (if we’re being honest) you’ll probably never make.  Which is why I’m so excited about Dishversity. It’s a new social cooking site where you can discover new recipes from top bloggers and interact with people who are passionate about food. Whether you have a food blog of your own, or just love cooking and trying new recipes, you’ll love Dishversity! This quick video will show you what it’s all about. The thing I love most about Dishversity is that everyone is really encouraged to get in the kitchen and cook! You can even can enroll in cooking “courses” (totally free!) where you’ll be provided with menus and recipes to try.  After you’ve tried the new dishes, you can come back and tell everyone how the recipe turned out and what you learned. You can even upload and share photos! And with other Dishversity members doing the same, you’ll find all kinds of helpful resources and photos to help you along in your cooking adventures.  In fact, you earn stars every time you make a recipe, ask a question or help someone else by answering their question. Here’s an example:  Elizabeth recently made my Make Ahead Quiche. make ahead quichea Then she went to Dishversity and left some feedback.  “The recipe was easy to use and allowed me to make variations so I added spinach, mushrooms and red peppers. I made a homemade almond crust to go with it (paleo friendly).”  She even added her own photo–very helpful for anyone who might want to try her variations. I also love that Dishversity is so beautifully designed and easy to use.  The photographs are big and bold and the site is easy to navigate.  You should really go have a look!  I think you’ll be impressed. You can be one of the first to sign up for Dishversity today using the early access code LetsDish. (Pssst! There’s going to be a giveaway here on the blog soon and you’ll get an entry for having a Dishversity profile!)  Many of your favorite bloggers and chefs are already featured on Dishveristy, but don’t be surprised if you find some new favorites too.



  1. Denise d'Entremont says:

    Is there any way to sign up for this without using Facebook or Twitter?

  2. I didn’t sign up because I don’t want to use facebook or twitter. Any other way to sign up?

  3. Denise d'Entremont says:

    Right after I sent that message, I got a link in my e-mail. So I’m in!


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