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A Brand New Day

October 2, 2012

It’s been nearly two years since I launched the initial beta version of, a site that attempted to bring online meal planning to the masses.  It’s been over a year since I decided to pivot, and re-invent the site as a powerful recipe search engine.  During that year, I’ve developed natural language parsing technology to understand the inaccurate human expressions of recipes…  web crawling technology to import hundreds of thousands of recipes from major recipe sites, and categorization code to make sense of it all.  Not to mention rewriting the entire site UI from scratch with a cleaner, simpler to use interface.  It’s been a busy year.

So, as you can imagine, it’s an enormous relief to announce the new site is now live!

I invite all of you to check out this brand new iteration of KitchenPC, and explore the powerful new search features, simple to use menu tools and delightful pre-built meal plans.  Better yet, tell your friends!  Everyone knows someone who loves to cook, is looking to eat better, or is just starting out.  Share some of the recipes or meal plans on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.  Bloggers, feel free to share your opinions as well.  Let’s get the word out!

Lastly, I appreciate everyone who has shown support and interest in this project over the last year.  I’ve made many new connections, from foodies, other entrepreneurs, and even developers looking to incorporate KitchenPC technology into their own products.  I also expect the next year to be even more packed with KitchenPC innovations; from mobile to tablet apps, new features and innovation, and lots of new content for the site.  Anything you’d like to see?  Just send me a note, or leave a comment below!

That’s it for now!


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