– What’s For Dinner?

FamilyOven.comFearing the idea of telling the family you’re having lasagna for dinner – again? Maybe it’s time for you to check out some new recipes that sites like FamilyOven have to offer. FamilyOven is a cooking community which combines its members’ common love of the culinary arts with a social twist.

Here, you can check out new recipes while you make new friends who share your interest in quality cooking. You can browse recipes by category (soups, international, breads, etc) which in turn come with loads of subcategories. When you find a recipe you like, you can save it to your account if you’re registered, or you can “Chomp” it. When you give a recipe a “Chomp”, you’re giving it your vote of approval (the system and style is just like Digg’s). If just the text of the recipe isn’t enough to help you figure out how to make it, you can fall back on the video section of the site, which features how-to’s and excerpts from popular TV cooking shows. In Their Own Words

“Your source for free easy recipes and recipes search”.

Why It Might Be A Killer

FamilyOven offers a ton of recipes in an almost incomprehensible variety of categories that you may not have even known existed. It’s easy to browse through them all, and the “Chomp” system and capability of storing recipes in your account makes it easy to access them later and check out your favorites.

Some Questions About

The name of the site baffles me somewhat and I would think it wouldn’t be the most relevant title at least in terms of Google searches; this site isn’t necessarily family oriented; it would appeal to anyone with a culinary interest, with extra mouths to feed or not.