Did you know that if you use Microsoft 's Internet Explorer, Firefox or any
other program as your Internet browser you can search the page you're on for
a keyword! Try it on this page now. In Microsoft Internet Explorer go to
Edit--then Find--type in lobster--then press Enter. You will then see the
first listing for lobster on the page. Click on find again and you will
find the next listing for lobster. You can do a quick search of Good Cooking's
pages using this method. If you are using Netscape Navigator go to Edit--then
Find--type in lobster--click Find Next. You will then see the first listing
for lobster on the page. Click on Find Again under the Edit tab and you
will find the next listing for lobster. You can do a quick search of Good
Cooking's pages using this method. Please note that this search will only
work on the page that you are currently using. To search other pages you
must go to that page. Try it by scrolling down to the Caesar Salad recipe,
click on the recipe, which will take you to the recipe page. In the search
box type in garlic--click OK and you will find the first listing for garlic.
Click find again to find other occurrences of garlic. Good Cooking hopes
this hint will be of help to you!
Most browsers and online services have similar features, please consult
with their help section for more details.