First of all, we are very sorry to see you go. ClipDish uses Apple’s subscription services to manage billing for your account. You can cancel your subscription by following the instructions on Apple’s website. When you cancel your subscription you will still have access to all of your recipes until your subscription period has ended.…

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I grew up going to the Jersey Shore. My grandparents owned rental properties in Wildwood, NJ and every year we would take our vacation there.  My father was the oldest of nine kids so there was always something going on at the house. One of my fondest summer time memories were the outdoor barbecues. We…

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A couple of weeks ago I was re-watching the movie “O Brother Where Art Thou.” There’s a scene where one of the characters steals a pie from a window. I always thought that was a strange place to store pie. Everyone knows that the only place a pie belongs is in your pie hole. With…

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I’ve found that the in order to get engagement on blog posts I share on social media I need to have an image. A great image makes the post stand out in someone’s feed. The problem is that with everything else going on creating images is a pain. For a while I was using Canva…

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Who doesn’t love tacos? Easy, fast, tasty, economical. Dinner is D-O-N-E. The problem is, tacos can get just a bit boring if (like us), you’ve been making them the same way forever. Plus, we have a vegetarian in our house. Finding tasty alternatives to ground beef is something we’re constantly challenged with. Here are some…

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Did you know you can share recipes right from within ClipDish? It’s simple. Open a recipe, then, click the share action icon. When the share sheet pops up, choose how you want to share the recipe. In the clip below, we’re sharing via email.  

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ClipDish works when it can see the recipe on the page. Some websites like to make roundup posts that highlight multiple recipes on one page. This could be in a gallery of photos or just links inside the article. If you click through to go the the actual recipe you can clip it.  

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ClipDish is pretty smart about pulling recipes out of websites. It’s still learning though. If you Google a recipe, it’s going to do best with the sites that show up first in Google. What’s good for Google is good for ClipDish.

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ClipDish is implemented as a Share Extension in iOS. It adds functionality to Safari or other browsers to make it easy to clip recipes. In order to use ClipDish, you need to enabled the ClipDish Share Extension. This quick video below shows you how. Step 1. Open Safari on you iOS device Step 2. Tap…

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ClipDish is a mobile application that makes capturing recipes from recipe websites a breeze. Has this ever happened to you? You search for a recipe on the web … you click on it … and then you scroll and scroll and scroll through an endless web page until you FINALLY get to the ingredients and…

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