Google Launches Recipe View, For Novice And Expert Chefs Alike

"If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen." That's a statement that we've heard used from time to time in our lives, but rarely has it applied to Google. This week, it does. And clearly, Google can take the heat. In fact, the company is jumping right into your own kitchen with the new Recipe View, which is a new search paradigm designed specifically to help you find recipes from across the Internet.

It works a lot like Shopping does right now; you just surf over to Google's Recipe View, and then type something in. Try, chicken pasta, for example. After that, you'll be able to filter your results by ingredients, cook time, or calories. This also opens up a new avenue for recipe publishers to get their own concoctions noticed, and it should make cooking a lot easier for those who are too busy to deal with sifting through endless cookbooks. It's a very unique use for Google, and there's no better way to get a handle on it than to have a look at this video: