How slippery is your food? This extension will keep you informed of how slippery each recipe is on Recipe.com
Fruit is slippery. Slipping on fruit that has fallen to the floor out of negligence or malicious intent has been the leading cause of culinary related casualties in the United States for decades. Slippery Recipe was conceived to keep you informed as to the slip factor of the recipes that you find on the web. While currently limited to recipe.com, we expect the addition of other popular recipe-related websites in the future. The Slippery Recipe extension does one thing: Above each ingredient list, it provides a small piece of information about how slippery a recipe is. This includes the relative slipperiness in percent form, as well as the foods in the recipe which contribute to it's slip factor.
- (2014-01-12) OOF Media: More of a conversation piece than anything, but I guess it does let you know how much water is in your recipe's ingredients! Small and not obtrusive - so that's a good thing.