We first start enjoying our food with our eyes so why not search for recipes that way, visually. That must have been Bing’s thoughts because now you can search for the food you want to make, click on the photo that appeals to you most and there’s the recipe. Next time you’re in search of a recipe give Bing’s image search a try.
When you look up “baked ziti” or “roast turkey” or any other food-related term and then go to Bing’s images tab, photos that you can access recipes for will have a chef’s hat icon, along with a count of how many sites use that image.
Click on the image to see the recipe(s) related to the image and load them in your browser. You’ll save some time versus click through to every recipe in a long list of search results, especially if you’re thinking of making something that looks a particular way, such as bacon egg cups.
SRC: Learn more about Finding Recipes by Image in Bing’s Image Search at: lifehacker.com/find-recipes-by-image-in-bings-image-search-1739446517