Goodtoknow website launches recipe channel

LONDON - IPC's women-oriented website, Goodtoknow.co.uk, has launched a recipe channel aimed at mothers cooking quick and easy meals.

Goodtoknow.com: launching recipe channel
Goodtoknow.com: launching recipe channel

The channel boasts a number of features tailored for busy mums, including a database of 4,700 original recipes.

Goodtoknow.co.uk features content areas such as diet, food, health, games and chat.

Other features include a video section, featuring celebrity chefs presenting a step-by-step guide to creating family meals. 

The channel features a "What's in my fridge?" section that allows users to input the list of ingredients in their fridges, in return for meal suggestions.

It also has a focus on interactivity, with recipe ratings and user comments, and will offer advertisers opportunities including sponsorship slots across video content.

 

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