Dish Dish Pro Account & Bamboo Cutting Board Giveaway- 6/23 | Miki's Hope

Dish Dish Pro Account & Bamboo Cutting Board Giveaway- 6/23

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Gather up your recipes...I found the perfect place to house them all...Online at Dish Dish!

Dish Dish Pro Account & Bamboo Cutting Board

Giveaway

 6/8/13 - 6/23/13




REVIEW: Are you  like me and have your recipes all stuffed in a kitchen drawer? Do you scamper around looking for that one recipe that you make each year during the Holidays? Boy I do. Well, now I don't and neither do you have to spend more time looking than cooking! I'm gathering up my recipes and will let Dish Dish enter them for me!! Yep, that's a great perk they offer with their Pro Account. You can even print your recipes with cute borders. This bamboo cutting board is a man's dream...okay, mine too, but my husband is the cook in our family and he likes it. A great Father's Day gift to boot!! Easy to follow instructions and you can access your recipes anywhere.



I met Melanie Carr, Owner of Dish Dish at the Women's Expo in Fort Worth, TX last month where she introduced me to her business. The concept of collecting all your recipes and put them in one spot really intrigued me. What's better....they upload them for you!! You can even share with your family and friends. There's so much rewards and benefits in joining Dish Dish - why not make your life in the kitchen simpler by placing all your favorite recipes in one place? Not to mention less paper waist.



Be sure to check out their Facebook page at http://facebook.com/dishdish.us



Here's what Dish Dish can offer you:

  • Save time with all your recipes in one place, and choose to keep them private or public
  • Edit recipes any time and add notes
  • Save money by adding your recipes to a shopping list for the week
  • Access recipes or shopping list from any mobile device
  • Share recipes easily on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, email, and more
  • Access substitute and equivalent charts and information along with cooking tips
  • Add photos or videos (pro account) to your recipes
  • Print in various sizes and even download decorative templates for recipe or menu cards (with our pro account)
    GIVEAWAY: One lucky winner will win  a pro account with Dish
    Dish (a $19/year value) and a bamboo cutting board ($15
    value). US residents only; 18 yrs or older to enter. Winner will be announced on 6/24. Simply enter the form below. Good luck.

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    26 comments :

    Savingwith Saveone said...

    We definitely need some new cutting boards, had them for years. And a lot of times I just use the table which has scratches all over it now.
    Thanks for the review & giveaway.

    Meghan said...

    Love that it gathers all the recipes in one spot. LOVE!

    Jennifer Williams said...

    I could use this, how many times do you make something and end up spilling something all over your paper recipe. Yeah, then you say you will re-write it and never do. Yep mine are all a mess.

    April M. said...

    that is one pretty cutting board. i love wooden kitchen utensils.

    Chubskulit Rose said...

    I use portable chopping board but when we have our kitchen renovated, I would love a built in chopping board in one of the drawers.

    Kim Pinch said...

    I still have a bunch of loose papers stuffed in a file folder. I've been meaning to store them online but never do.

    rebeka deleon said...

    i store some on my computer, some cookbooks and i rip pages out of magazines and put them in a folder

    nova hedges said...

    I must say, i never used any system i guess what comes and go is what i apply in my household

    Terri. said...

    My recipes are a mess, I have a little box that they are all shoved into! I love, Love, LOVE the cutting board!!!

    Live*Laugh*Love said...

    I use our home computer for recipes

    Melinda Dunne said...

    I use my iPad, a binder and a recipe box. I have them everywhere.

    alena said...

    mostly in cookbooks but latelly on pinterest

    Mary Bearden said...

    unfortunately, I have them in sandwhich bags!

    Brynn said...

    I use a combination of Pinterest and a recipe binder full of magazine inserts and printed out recipes of my own.

    polly said...

    I have several cookbooks but I also have many in piles to be organized in my recipe folder

    patrice oneil said...

    I put my recipe cards in a 3 ring binder in my kitchen

    JannyBee said...

    I use a binder for my recipes.

    rochelle said...

    IN A RECIPE BOX.

    Julia said...

    We use pepper plate at our house.

    Cindy Brickley said...

    I started out printing all of them off the printer until I now have thousands of recipes stacked in the basement to be filed in folders. Now I have been using Ziplist to store my recipes and I also have a large bookcase filled with recipe books.

    AnnaZed said...

    I don't have a system; it's terrible! i have some on the computer, some in books, some on cards, some on Pinterest!
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    pinklady705 said...

    I have the hodge podge system. I have some neatly organized in a recipe album and then others seem to be scattered because the album got full.

    Edna Williams said...

    We use my home computer.

    Sylvia Ortiz said...

    I currently have no system to house my recipes. Whenever I find a good recipe online, I save it to my documents file on my laptop (which most of the time, get's forgotten - "out of sight, out of mind").

    Katherine said...

    I mostly just use pinterest!

    ms-texas said...

    no system really - just a bunch of old cookbooks with hand written notes in them

     
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