Feed Your Social Side
Get online and find your friends on digital channels to see what’s cooking in their kitchen.
Not only is whatsfordinner a growing community, but we also love having conversations and connecting members of our community together! So get online and find your friends on digital channels to see what’s cooking in their kitchen.
Pick, Pin and Share
As mentioned already, a great example of an ‘always open’ recipe book that is easy to use and exciting to look at, is Pinterest. This platform is suited to foodie types like us, as you can browse tons of recipe suggestions accompanied with wonderful food photography to really get your stomach grumbling. You can also create your own boards such as Recipes, Home Ideas or Kiddie Crafts.
Did you know that you can get your friends pinning, and you can find the friends that are already pinning away like crazy? Pinterest is designed as a social platform where you can connect and share with your smaller circle of friends, family or cooking celebrities like Jamie Oliver. Simply follow the people that you want to see in your Pinterest feed and you’re good-to-go!
Whatsfordinner on Pinterest
We have our own Pinterest boards with a wealth of pictures, ideas and recipes for you to choose from, and then re-pin onto your boards (if you have a Pinterest account), so that you can always find that recipe if need be. You can always pin that recipe, and add your own recipe adaptation in the comment so that all your notes are saved for the next time you whip up that dish.
Whatsfordinner is constantly adding new innovations to ensure that our community keeps growing and stays inspired when thinking about making dinners for their families. We are always on the lookout for smart ways to make dinnertime as stress-free as possible – so make sure you visit our Pinterest page and Follow our boards to stay up-to-date with what’s new and innovative in our kitchen.