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NY Times Launches ‘NYT Cooking’ Site

The New York Times has launched a new cooking/recipes site, NYT Cooking. The site is currently in beta, but if you’re someone who likes to cook, it’s worth a look.

Among the features: You can save recipes to your Recipe Box and organize them by “Collections” or pre-set categories, like Main Dish, Side Dish and Dessert. If you’re not the brightest bulb in the kitchen ceiling, NYT Cooking denotes simple recipes with a big “Easy” marker. You can even look into several Times’ staffers (including Julia Moskin, Mark BittmanSam Sifton and more) Recipe Boxes for inspiration. There’s even a powerful search option that provides endless filter options, like “weekday,” “fish,” “gluten fee,” etc.

Take a minute and check it out by entering your Times subscription info or your NYTimes.com email and password. And if you end up making that rock fish and spinach gratin, give your FishbowlNY editors a heads up. We’ll bring the wine. Or bourbon. Or just our handsome selves.

Correction (6/10, 10:02 am):
An earlier version of this post stated that visitors to NYT Cooking needed a Times subscription to use the site. Visitors only need to be registered to NYTimes.com to use NYT Cooking. A Times subscription isn’t necessary.

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