Cookpad bills itself as having the “Best Japanese recipes from the largest cooking community in Japan.” And that’s not just your usual web site hyperbole. Established back in 1997, Cookpad houses 1.5 million recipes created by a base of 20 million users. And it’s now a publicly-traded company on the Tokyo stock exchange. This week, Cookpad did everyone in the Anglophone world a favor by releasing an English-language version of its site. Right now, you can navigate your way through 1,500 recipes and find dishes like Udon with Thick Egg Soup, Very Delicious Stir-fried Tofu with Shimeji Mushrooms, and Pan-Fried Autumn Salmon with Ginger Sauce. And if you’re patient, you’ll soon find another 30,000 recipes added to the site. It’s worth noting that all recipes are translated by humans, not computers, and the translators are apparently compensated for their efforts.
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So where does one access the sight for recipes?
I would like to know too where one gets a site for cooking, I love food!
I like this page.
but I think that this page should be in Japanese language because I am Japanese.
I love cooking, and I love the recipes of these foods. It’s very easy to make and also tastes great