Thank you for visiting Recipe This and we are totally honoured that you have come to check out our piece of internet real estate. We have put this page together for you so that as a new visitor you can quickly get what you need.
Step 1 – Join The RecipeThis.com Community
You can do this by:
#A Joining Our Newsletter
We have a twice weekly newsletter where we love to share with our readers more about us, our favourite recipes, our funny cookery stories and amazing deals off our regular ebook prices.
#B Connect With Us On Social Media
We are regulars on Pinterest, Twitter & Facebook and we would love to see you over there. We also have a Facebook Group that is perfect if you want to be part of our brand new community.
- Follow RecipeThis.com on Twitter
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- Follow RecipeThis.com on Pinterest
- Follow RecipeThis.com on Youtube
#C Join Our Facebook Community
We also have a Facebook community that is perfect for meeting other fans of RecipeThis.com and kitchen gadgets. With lots of air fryer, instant pot and slow cooker recipes, it is a group worth joining!
Step 2 – Browse Our Ebooks
We have a growing ebook collection of our best recipes, never seen before recipes, foodie tips and so much more. Click on the banner below for the full collection.
Step 3 – About Us
If you want to learn more about us, what makes us tick and what we like to eat, then I recommend you head over to our about us page:
Step 4 – Read The Blog
We have been running RecipeThis.com since November 2015 and love writing, creating new recipes and eating. You can access our latest posts here.
Or read our recipes by gadget:
Or Our Popular Posts:
- 101 Instant Pot Recipes (for beginners)
- 101 Air Fryer Recipes (for beginners)
- Best Ever Soup Recipes
- Instant Pot Accessories Must Haves
- Air Fryer Accessories Must Haves
We were raised in Northern England and now live in Portugal. This means that recipes are often created with a British vibe and will often have UK/EU measurements, UK temperatures and often use British terminology.
We do try our best to cater for everyone, but it is hard to do this when you have a worldwide audience. We have readers from the US, the UK, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Ireland, Germany and many other places too.
Also, because some ingredients are called different things from different parts of the world we link to them when possible on Amazon. Because all the countries we have traffic from have an Amazon, it gives everyone the chance to source the ingredients we use in our recipes.
Step 5 – Do You Have Our Gadgets?
We often talk about our favourite kitchen gadgets. The ones we can’t live without in our kitchen. Here is the lowdown of our top 10 kitchen gadgets that if we were broke, we would just own these and these only.
Recently updated to reflect our 2+ years cooking with kitchen gadgets and to reflect kitchen gadgets that we can’t last more than 2 days without using.
These are perfect for adding to your Amazon Wish List and to get them as you can afford them. Or if you’re getting married these are a must have for your wedding gift list.
Step 6 – Our Marketplace
We have a huge marketplace on our blog that lists every product or service we have ever featured on RecipeThis.com. It is a really interesting category and we would love you to have a look and see what you have and tell us about it.
Or for quick access here is the popular reviews to our main products:
Step 7 – The RecipeThis.com Shop
Carrying on from what I was saying about RecipeThis we also have a shop on Amazon. It’s a page with all the products we mention the most on our blog. It covers the main kitchen gadgets we own, the kitchen gadget accessories along with all of our ebooks.
We recommend that you have a look round and see if you are missing anything that we own.
Step 8 – How To Subscribe To RecipeThis.com
If you want to be kept in the loop at Recipe This then we suggest that you subscribe to our blog.
As well as this you can also join our weekly newsletter. With our newsletter we share our foodie stories (including our recipe disasters), how we learnt to cook, our favourite recipes, more about our kitchen gadgets as well as sharing with you our latest recipes.
Step 9 – Conversion Chart
You know we get it. There is more to the world than Europe and if you’re American I am sure you feel the same. But we have this big problem and that is that we all talk different and we have different measurement devices. This is why we have an amazing conversion chart that you can use for when our recipes are confusing you:
Pin it for later and then you can keep it for whenever we don’t have a recipe in imperial. Though we are slowly (it’s a long process) converting all our recipes to the US measurements for our American readers.
Thanks again and welcome to RecipeThis.com we love each and every one of you.