Last Updated on September 11, 2013 by New-Startups Team
Apps, websites, platforms; there are so many places to find a recipe to make those baked parmesan chicken nuggets you love so much or those cookies that take you back in time when you dipped your hand into mommy’s cookie jar. With all these opportunities to find recipes, how do you know it’s the best place for you or how do can you be confident that the recipes being provided are from chefs that are worthy to follow?
Battr is a new home for recipes where the chef’s are pre-approved by invite only to guarantee that the recipes you follow are worth creating. The site to show and tell for chefs creates a marketplace for the culinary best to show off their talents, giving the user the most delectable treats available.
Although the actions that can be done on the site are currently limited to following chef’s, browsing recipes, and saving favorites—the idea of ensuring only an approved network of chefs are sharing brings a higher level of curation to the recipe sites out there today. For instance chef Billy Parisi is one of the members on Battr that utilizes his true culinary media entrepreneurial spirit and educational success to share recipes such as Garlic Crostini With Smoked Salmon and Dill. Or follow chef Wright and create your own Mexican Chocolate Cookies.
We’ve seen curated lists for music libraries and sites that let you find a way to connect with chefs to bring truly delicious meals to your own home. Battr is the first site we’ve stumbled on that curates the profiles that are able to share.