CHICAGO — The use of recipes is growing as more families eat meals at home, according to The NPD Group, a market research company here.
The use of recipes at least once a week rose to 42% of households in 2011, compared with 37% in 2005, NPD said in a new report, "Recipes Are Cooking!" In addition, it said 67% of homemakers said they have used a recipe within a month of being surveyed, and 42% said they used recipes more often. In a typical evening 11 million households ...
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