Frequently Asked Questions
What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) allows you to automatically collect content from your favorite Web sites in one place. By creating an RSS "feed" using a reader such as MyYahoo, MyMSN, Google or MyAOL you choose what you want to see, including recipes, news, sports, TV listings and blog entries – your reader will pick up any current headlines and store them in one place. Many sites that offer RSS allow you to add their feeds at the click of a button. You can add and delete feeds from your reader at any time.
To get Pillsbury Recipe of the Day, you must subscribe to a reader such as MyYahoo or any others - once your account has been created, click on the appropriate "add" button from the Pillsbury site. You will see a daily Pillsbury recipe each time you access your reader.
How can I use RSS?
If you are using sits such as MyYahoo, AOL, Google, or MSN, you can click the related button to subscribe to the feed. If you are using an RSS reader, click the orange XML button, then copy the URL into your reader’s address bar and follow any additional instructions. Some browsers also natively support RSS feeds.
What do your RSS feeds have to offer?
We update our feed once per day with the recipe of the day. You'll find quick dinner ideas, easy side dishes and delicious desserts.
Is the Pillsbury content free, and are there any restrictions?
RSS information is free for your personal use with your RSS reader. Publishing Pillsbury.com content on other commercial sites is not permitted. We reserve the right to require that you cease distribution or publication of Pillsbury.com content.
Where can I find another reader?
Here is a list of RSS readers from Google.