Existing cooking websites are too simple and do not provide the ability for flexibility, advance planning, and tracking. The few cooking websites that do allow for creating new recipes are not user friendly, require users to subscribe to a paid version in order to be more creative with their recipes or do not allow users to make comments on other user’s recipe changes. ThatCookingSite will develop a website to include recipe creation, the date the recipe was created, tracking of alterations to recipes, uploading images of cooking process and completed dish, tagging recipes with searchable terms, and sharing recipes with other users. There will a section of the website that will allow users to post “bloopers,” recipes that did not turn out correctly, in order for them to get suggestions from other users. This project is being done pro bono by a team of family and friends in their off-hours.
College or School
College of Professional Studies Granite Division
Program or Major
Doyle, Julie, "Development of a Cooking Website" (2017). M. S. in Project Management. 29.