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Move Over Meat and Two Veg, Dinner Just Got Interesting

AUSTIN, TX, April 10, 2014 /CNW/ - Key Ingredient™, a U.S. upstart, is bringing over 1.7 million recipes into your kitchen through your cell phone and tablet. Equally intriguing is the ability for members to digitally transcribe your hand-written recipes with RecipeSnap™ and to make shopping easier with GroceryList.

It's even free to sign up. So what's the catch?

The catch is you might eat out less, save some money and make dinner a tasty family affair again. You'll also no longer need to sort through those recipe books in order to find the right thing for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They'll be at your fingertips on a smartphone or tablet.

Like most of today's registration-based websites, there are some small add-on fees to upgrade to a more advanced feature set but the most impressive feature is the second largest recipe database on the planet, which is free use. Organizing your cookbooks and favorite recipes are all part of the free site.

Harlan Beverly, CEO of KeyIngredient.com said, "Canadians can be proud of their delicious fresh ingredients and incredibly tasty recipes.  It's our hope that Canadian families will find Key Ingredient is the perfect way to make dinner-time easier and faster every day."

About Key Ingredient 
On the web, on the go and in the kitchen, Key Ingredient is the ultimate recipe eco-system! Offering the only organic, shareable collection of over 1.7 million recipes, Key Ingredient's mission is to inspire the food lover in all of us and instill confidence by harnessing the power of technology. Based in Austin, Texas, Key Ingredient is a member of Groupe SEB, a world leader in small household equipment.

SOURCE Key Ingredient

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