Some users here that frequent reddit may already be aware of /r/GifRecipes. Basically they are Gif files that include each major step of the recipe, with text as necessary, so that you not only get the instructions for each step, you also see what each step looks like. Here are a few examples: View: https://gfycat.com/AcclaimedPeacefulGentoopenguin View: https://gfycat.com/SoreGleamingAlligatorsnappingturtle View: http://i.imgur.com/1vIs357.gifv I think it is an awesome way to look at recipes. You get a good idea of the complexity of the dish, you see all the ingredients, you see how the ingredients were prepped, and you see the finished product. We've tried some of these with success. What do you think of this type of recipe viewing versus looking in a book or on a more traditional web page? If you see any that look really good to you, or that you make, please share!