The economic recession of 2008-2009 caused many people to choose simpler, less expensive meals. The word “recessipe” (recession recipe) was popularized in February and March 2009.
A blog on February 5, 2009 and another blog on February 15, 2009, both used the title “Recessipes.” On February 6, 2009, CNN Living did a segment titled “Recess-ipes: 10 meals for $10 each.” The Food Network used the word “recessipes” on March 18, 2009.
Restaurants (such as the hot dog restaurant Gray’s Papaya in New York City) have long offered a dining-out equivalent to the “recessipe” in the “recession special.”
Thursday, February 5, 2009
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updated 11:31 a.m. EST, Fri February 6, 2009
Recess-ipes: 10 meals for $10 each
I thought it would be fun to create a place to upload different recipes to share with each other (and it is even better when they fit into our recession budget)! Check back to see different ones. Send me thoughts and fun ideas to share!
Sunday, February 15, 2009
March 18, 2009 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Let Your Money Marinate in Your Wallet with FoodNetwork.com’s “Recessipes”
‘Recession’ + ‘Recipes’ = Home Cooking on a Dime, With Budget-Saving Tips and Inexpensive Healthy Dishes
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In today’s economy, eating and grocery shopping on a budget is more important than ever. Nearly 95% of the visitors to FoodNetwork.com – the No. 1 Web site for food and cooking – report cooking dinner at home as much as or more than last year. The site’s Good Food For Less package provides users with loads of home cooking ideas that are easy on the waist and wallet. (http://www.foodnetwork.com/save)
From mouth-watering main dish deals to financial tips for keeping the grocery bill in check, FoodNetwork.com shares all the expert info to keep food costs low without sacrificing taste or nutritional value.
“On our site, we’re seeing users search for comfort foods and recipes that can be budget friendly, can be made with common pantry items and can often fill more than one meal,” explained FoodNetwork.com site director Angela Moore. “Users are also thinking spring and seeking out more healthful content, like fruits and vegetables.”
‘Recessipes:’ Whole Grain Pasta With Chickpeas and Escarole, Huevos Rancheros and Crispy Baked “Fried” Chicken
Healthy Recipes to Keep Both Your Stomach and Wallet Full
March 25, 2009
Times are tough, and many of us are rediscovering the benefits of a home-cooked meal. The folks at the Food Network discovered that recently more people are searching the network’s Web site looking for recipes that are easy on the waistline, as well as the wallet. In response, the Food Network has created what it is calling “recessipes”—meals that will leave both your stomach and bank accounts full.
The Food Network Dish
by Angela Moore in View All Posts on March 26, 2009
Earlier this week, I appeared on Good Morning America Health with the lovely Sarah Copeland from Food Network Kitchens. We tag-teamed a segment on saving money by cooking at home with our “recessipes.”
The Food Section
Word du Jour: “Recessipes”
re⋅cess⋅i⋅pes (noun): cost-saving recipes for cooking in a recession economy, most likely prepared by a recessionista.
Posted by Josh Friedland on Mar 27, 2009
New York City • Food/Drink • (3) Comments • Friday, March 27, 2009 • Permalink
The term “Recessipes” is not yet known, nor being used at my country. But I guess, I must do or start something new or something that reflects the Recessipes. This blog just give me an idea on what should I do next for my recipe and my blog. Thanks.
Ron of Filipino Recipes
No info on McDonalds?
I don’t understand what is Recessipes when I heard this form my friend but now I already have some details about it.