Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 7:15 pm Post subject: MyDish Celebrates Bonfire Night with More Interesting Recipe
MyDish Celebrates Bonfire Night with More Interesting Recipe Ideas
Released on: November 04, 2011, 6:06 pm
Author: Richard Hanrahan
Industry: Consumer Services
Bonfire night is here and for those who plan to host a party, there is undoubtedly lots of planning and preparation to do.
Although the focus and meaning of Bonfire night may have changed in recent times, it is still one of the UK's oldest celebrations and remains historically important right around the nation. Families and friends up and down the country continue to unite on the 5 th of November to watch thousands of pounds of fireworks light up the night sky.
MyDish, the UK-based online community recipe site, seems to be a constant supporter of UK events that unite people and communities, while providing opportunities for food lovers to indulge in what they love best. After all, this is the foundation that the unique social media platform was built on.
Founded in 2007 by Carol Savage, MyDish.co.uk went on to win the backing and investment of the popular business entrepreneur, Deborah Meaden. Since then, MyDish has risen in profile and now, in its 4 th year, is a leading online social networking community for recipe ideas and food lovers.
Containing a huge number of recipes and recipe ideas, the MyDish catalogue seems to have experienced rapid growth, with its active online community always contributing to its extensive pool of culinary delights. It is MyDish's scope for interaction and user-generated content that ensures the site always has something new to offer, making it a great resource on festive occasions like Bonfire Night when people like to eat, drink and be merry.
‘Toffee Apples' and ‘The Perfect Bonfire Night Sausage Recipe!!' are a couple of the Bonfire night specific recipes that have been uploaded by MyDish community members. Whether they are good quality or not it is for the users to decide—MyDish allows its members to vote on the recipes they think are most worthy of being shared amongst the rest of the community.
From chicken recipes, lamb recipes, curry or the perfect cupcake, it seems the site's members have most tastes covered. Now with over 10,000 recipes, the ‘Facebook for Foodies' has grown rapidly since its inception four years ago and shows no sign of slowing down. If you're interested in getting involved with the MyDish community this Bonfire Night, visit www.mydish.co.uk for more information.
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