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Find Your Recipe Easier with Pinterest’s New Enhanced Search

pinterest searchPinterest recently launched a new way to get the recipes that you would like most in front of you with enhanced search features. Now when you are looking for a chicken dish, you can get specific in regards to what you are looking for – and WHAM! Pinterest will deliver pins that meet your preferences.

As much as I love Pinterest, I get so overwhelmed when I’m just trying to find a dinner recipe. Hopefully this new addition will help narrow my options, giving me pins more in-line with what I am thinking.

To reach this feature, all you need to do is plug an ingredient into the Pinterest search form and hit search. A box in the upper left hand corner will show you specific options allowing you to get more specific with your search.  With this handy feature, I’ll be able to state if I want a gluten-free or paleo dish and it will find me just those dishes.

This is a great addition to Pinterest and a feature I am looking forward to seeing developed. I would love to be able to search “chicken” and then be prompted with the various types of recipes I can search, like Mexican, Italian, etc. And I’m not just thinking food, I’d love for this to be across all type of Pinterest categories. I’d love to be able to search fashion by color, or search home decor by style. Maybe this is just a tiny step into this kind of deep searching into Pinterest. I sure hope so!

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