About Punchfork

See what’s cooking on the web.

Punchfork makes it easier to find the best new recipes from popular sites like
Simply Recipes, The Pioneer Woman, Leite’s Culinaria, Bon Appetit, 101 Cookbooks and Picky Palate. We use conversations on social networks to show you high quality recipes that passionate cooks are talking about right now.

How to Use Punchfork

Find top-rated recipes for a dish you’re craving. Go →

Search by leftover ingredients in your fridge. Go →

Bookmark favorites and new dishes you’d like to try. Go →

Filter recipes by diet preference: vegetarian, vegan, &amp more. Go →

Get inspired by new food blog discoveries. Go →

For more tips on how to discover recipes on Punchfork, check out our FAQ.

How It Works

Social data. Punchfork uses social data like tweets, Facebook shares and Pinterest pins to measure which recipes are grabbing the attention of users. We uncover the latent sentiment in sharing patterns on social networks.

Popularity ratings. Our proprietary rating system assigns each recipe a popularity score from 1 to 100. The higher a recipe’s score, the more it has been talked about and shared on the web.

Search quality. Traditional recipe sites list page after page of search results in no discernible order. With Punchfork, you see only the highest quality recipes, presented in a beautiful magazine-like visual layout.

Real-time. Punchfork shows the latest posts from food blogs and recipe sites in one unified place. New recipes appear on our site usually just minutes after they’re published.

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