2013’s HOTTEST TRENDS in:
- Home building: Instead of bland whites, beiges and creams on walls, the trend nowadays is a pop of unexpected color. Dark blue-grey is popular with bright pastel accents such as yellow or a light raspberry.
- Restaurant menus: For the third year in a row, locally sourced meats, seafood and produce top the list of What’s Hot.
- Social Media Trends: BLOGGING IS HOT… AGAIN! – Facebook was the big topic in 2011 while Google+ was the biggest one in 2012. What about 2013? This year, 62% of marketers want to know more about… blogging!
- Hot Spring Recipe Trends: Bites, Snacks and Dips – Simplify.
- Fashion: Florals, Stripes, Pastels, jumbo jewels, leather, orange, ruffles, sixties, White, black, pencil skirts, big glasses, transparent bags and clutches, hairstyles with no bangs, gladiator, pointed flats.
Saving & Printing Recipes: ZipList
I’m not one to jump on all the latest trends . . . I’m picky! I don’t buy into something, just because it’s trendy . . . if I think it will “fade” fast.
I’ve been watching and paying close attention:
ZipList seems to be what I term: Trendy Classic! I like that. It looks good and it’s here to stay.
So . . . it might take a day or two for everything to settle properly, but
This will allow you to not only print your recipes, but you will also be able to save them in an online recipe box and even add ingredients to a shopping list. Along the way, you can even snag some terrific grocery deals. Those of you who already are familiar with ZipList know that they have an incredible line up of food blogs and websites such as Martha Stewart and brands such as Challenge Dairy and Pepperidge Farm. I’m excited to be in the mix!
In the MENU BAR, you’ll see a “recipe box” link. That is where you can go to take advantage of all of the great tools that ZipList offers. You can set up an account if you do not already have one, and then start saving recipes from your favorite sites, as well as a “shopping list” or meal planner. Just print & go! You can also click on the “how ZipList works” for a little ZipList 101.
(Go ahead . . . scroll up and click on it, but please come back!)
When you are reading a post, you will also be able to click the BLUE save button or print the recipe from the post.
I sure hope this will be a helpful for everyone. I’ve loved it on other sites, so I assume we will enjoy it on Get off your butt and Bake as well.
ZipList can’t magically add all of my previous recipes into the recipe box, but going forward you can look forward to using it with all of the new recipes. I will be adding some of my old recipes to the recipe box over time, slowly but surely. Checkout ZipList . . . you’ll be amazed at the endless amount of awesome recipes awaiting you!