Features

Import Meal Master Recipes into One tsp.

The Meal Master Import feature has been removed from One tsp.

I encourage you to try the Recipe Clipper bookmarklet, instead. The clipper allows you to save recipes from a selection of the top recipe sites on the web.

1. Visit http://onetsp.com/

2. Sign-in to your account (or create an account for free)

3. Follow the installation instructions.

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Features

Always Having Your Recipes At Hand

One of the goals I’ve been striving to achieve with One tsp. is to make it really simple to store and view your favorite recipes, especially when you’re trying to throw something together for dinner at the end of the day, in the office or on the go. You can jump right onto your mobile phone and view your recipes using the mobile site.

Turns out, however, that as things were up until this weekend, that sometimes meant jumping back and forth between recipes, or having to look up recipes again through your tag list. There is no search on the mobile interface… yet.

So this weekend I added a history list for your most recently viewed recipes, which is available from the home page on the web and mobile sites. So after looking through recipes at the office, you can head to the grocery store and quickly refer back to the two, three, or four recipes you were digging through — right from the One tsp. home page.

This sort of stuff will continue to get easier with the additions planned over the coming weeks.

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Features

Share Your Recipes Online

One tsp. has a new recipe sharing feature that I added this weekend. Now you can share your recipes with friends and family by email. When you’re logged into your account, view one of your recipes and look for the “email to a friend” link on the right-hand side of the page.

When your friend receives your recipe by email, they will have the opportunity to copy the recipe directly into their One tsp. account… instantly. No typing! Give it a shot today. Send one of your favorite recipes to a friend.

Not familiar with One tsp.? What are you waiting for? It’s one of the coolest recipe organizers around, allowing you to store all of your recipes online so you can view them from anywhere you have access to a computer… at home, at work, or even in the grocery store from your mobile phone using our great mobile recipe website.

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Announcements

One tsp. is Now Live

I’ve been kicking around plans to launch a site for managing recipes online. Somewhere I could store all of my stuff in one place, and still get to it from work or on the go. The site is One tsp., and it’s now open to the public.

Much, much more in the works. So far, it’s a simple, easy place to post recipes – without all of the social networking nonsense.

Web site: http://onetsp.com

Mobile site: http://onetsp.mobi (support for iPhone, BlackBerry, Opera Mini, and other mobile browsers)

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