I'm always on the lookout for online timesavers and resources for things I care about, and Foodily is my new favorite. It stands for "Food I Love You," oh yes it does. And what it lets you do is look up what you want to cook, specifying what you don't want in the recipe.
Just for kicks I typed in "chili with no meat" and got 544 recipes. Results came from all over the web, from All Recipes to the Joy of Kosher to No Meat Athlete. Results can be as general as "grilling" or "dessert" or limited to only low-carb or fat or high-fiber recipes. The "Featured Blogger" menus on the home page are attractive and a nice nod to the gazillion food bloggers who provide thousands of recipes daily for the masses. Rookie Moms features the Pimp My Ravioli menu, and this Smoked Salmon Frittata from Sarah's Cucina Bella is right up my brunch alley.
Like any good social networking site, you can find friends and like and share recipes (or not.) with them. You can even connect with Facebook to share menus. The Foodily team calls themselves "the most advanced recipe search engine in the world," so you should probably try that out and see if they're correct, right? Let us know how you like it.