What is the FREE Recipe Concierge Service?
When I began learning how to cook, I followed the Food Network and other TV shows. Each new recipe I tried called for a unique specific ingredient that I had to go buy. I soon became frustrated with all the half empty jars in my refrigerator, and half used packages in my pantry. Do you know how many products I threw away because I didn’t know what else to do with them before they expired? More than I want to admit.
We humans waste so many things. Like me, I’m sure you don’t set out to waste food, or buy something with the intention of never using it again. And like me, you probably feel guilty each time you have to throw out another jar of that unfinished item. But who has the time to research how else to use that special ingredient that’s been pushed to the back of your refrigerator? You’re busy with your career, family, friends and other commitments.
That’s okay, we can help.
Simply send a message to your “recipe concierge,” and we will send you several ideas and recipes for using that half empty jar staring back at you. We do the research, give you options and suggestions, and maybe even create a new recipe for you and test it first too. You never have to feel guilty again – at least not in the area of throwing away expired products. You’ll have the freedom of mind knowing that everything in your kitchen is being used fully. Best of all, this is a free service we are providing to our community.
We are the defender of the passed-over in your pantry;
the fighter for the forgotten in your fridge;
your champion for leaving no jars left behind!
Three easy steps to having your own personal recipe concierge:
- Take a quick look in your refrigerator
- Tell us what item you need help with – send a picture too
- Receive multiple solutions an ideas
Don’t need the recipe concierge service today?
Take a peek into your neighbor’s fridge by signing up for our Tasty Happenings Foodletter. We’ll send you a new recipe almost each week, and tell you how other people have used the recipe concierge service. Maybe they use the same products you do.