You’re drowning in zucchini. You’re bored of your usual chicken recipe. You’ve got a basil plant that’s gone wild. Ever wished for a lightning-fast way to see every new recipe we’ve got that includes a particular ingredient? There’s a little shortcut we’ve recently launched on the site that might appeal to you power-users out there. In your browser bar: 1. Type “epicurious.com/” 2. Then type the name of whatever ingredient you’re cooking with today (beet, peach, kale) or the kind of recipe you’re looking to find (vegetarian, quick and easy, summer) 3. Then type “-recipes” and hit enter You’ll see a page showing all the most recently published recipes on our site including that ingredient, or matching that type. Try it next time you’re curious–or if you want to play a game of “stump the search engine.” I will hereby freely admit that there are no results at epicurious.com/durian-recipes, but you might be pleasantly surprised by epicurious.com/brazilian-recipes or epicurious.com/anniversary-recipes. There’s no filtering or sorting on these pages like you’ll find in our search tool or recipe browse pages, but they’re certainly a quick route to what’s new and notable on the site. Consider it another express lane to recipes you’re interested in (you know, for those days when typing in a search term and then clicking through search results is just too many steps…and we all have those days…). Let us know what you think!