People love searching the Internet for new recipes, but Microsoft wanted to make it easier to find new meals. So it added a new feature to its Bing search engine called recipe badges that should make it faster to find the specific way to make a meal that's shown in an online image.
"Look for the chef's hat badge on the bottom left corner of any Bing recipe image search and you'll know there's a recipe available. This badge has a number on it indicating how many websites offer the recipe which includes that specific image. Once you click on the badge you'll be shown the list of sites that link to the recipe and instructions."
The recipe badges will roll out worldwide for all Bing users in the coming weeks. People who run a blog or website that have specific recipes on display can contact Microsoft so that their site can have "recipe" badges in place for Bing users to access.