Food Recipes

  1. 100 Top Cooking Sites
  2. A Malt Whisky Tour
  3. Samuel Adams Beer
  4. African-American. Soul-Food Cook Book
  5. All About Beer – site has recipes, menu ideas, meal preparation tips, cooking terms, and more.
  6. All
  7. American College of Gastroenterology, The
  8. Appetizers – Enormous Appetizer Collection
  9. Arab – Food From the Arab World
  10. Arielle’s Recipe Archives – recipes from the popular Usenet newsgroup
  11. Asia Food – features recipes taken from the Encyclopedia of Asian Food.
  12. – Everything you ever wanted to know about all aspects of Asian recipes, but were afraid to ask. The site is a veritable smorgasbord of information on the subject, covering countries (from Afghanistan to Vietnam), ingredients (divided by region and/or country), equipment, and much more.
  13. Australian Recipes
  14. Austrian – The Global Gourmet guide to Austrian cooking
  15. Baked Lays Addict Page – The Baked Lays craze is sweeping the nation. This page is dedicated to the potato chip that roared.
  16. Barbecues & Grilling – Equipment, recipes, tips and techniques.
  17. Beer Across America – The site offers online ordering, beer specials, recipes, newsletters, beer chat, and more.
  18. Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc.
  19. Best Gluten-Free Recipes – and coeliac/celiac disease.
  20. Belly Pleasers Cookbook
  21. Betty Crocker Cooking tips and recipes.
  22.– Frank & Teressa’s original sauce from the Anchor Bar, New York, undisputed home of the Buffalo Chicken Wing.
  23. California Culinary Academy’s Online SPICE
  24. California Fig Advisory Board – history & facts, nutritional information, recipes & contests, and more.
  25. Callahan’s Cookbook
  26. Campbell’s Creative Kitchen – Recipes and cooking tips for every taste and ingredient from Campbell’s Soup.
  27. Caprial’s Cafe
  28. – All about cheese.
  29. Chef Older’s World of Food – get recipes, cook book reviews and more.
  30. Chef Talk – “A food lovers link to professional chefs. This is the place on the web where you can learn everything you need to know from the pro’s. We provide lessons from the experts in Culinary 101, as well as present some of the hottest new recipes from chefs around the country.”
  31. Chef Tell’s Manor House – Lunch, dinner and brunch. Join celebrity Chef Tell for gourmet dining. Continental cuisine with German and Caribbean influences. Weddings, banquets, catering.
  32. Julia Child: Gourmet Guide
  33. Julia Child – StarChef
  34. Chili Bob
  35. – chocolate addiction? From truffles to 5 pound bars, you can order it here.
  36. Chocolate Ibarra – traditional and authentic Mexican chocolate. “Gods’ food.”
  37. Club Sauce – sauces from aioli to pasta sauces, pesto to tapenades.
  38. Cocktails – Guide to Cocktails
  39. Coffee Review
  40. Coffee Science Information Centre – resource claims to bring a scientific approach to the ongoing debate about coffee, caffeine, and health.
  41. – Great selection of bakeware, cookware, small appliances and more.
  42. Cooking Contest Central – A collection of current and ongoing cooking contests, prizes, deadlines, and rules.
  43. Cooking Light
  44. Cook’s Thesaurus – “The Cook’s Thesaurus is a cooking encyclopedia that covers thousands of ingredients and kitchen tools. Entries include pictures, descriptions, synonyms, pronunciations, and suggested substitutions.”
  45. CopyKat Recipes – Recipes from restaurants such as Outback, Olive Garden, Bennigans, and many others.
  46. Courvoisier – the cognac people. Includes food and drink recipes and a guide to a handful of the world’s “best restaurants”.
  47. The Creole and Cajun Recipe Page
  48. Crockpot Recipes
  49. – In addition to its Recipe of the Week and other features, culinary.Net adds a Special Interests area with columnists on such subjects as the “Joy of Soy” and the “Singles Dinner Club.”
  50. EatHere.Com: Room Food fof the 90’s– “an interactive celebration of popular roadside eateries from coast to coast.”
  51. Epicurious – For People Who Eat
  52. Ethnic Dishes Archive Index
  53. Fairytale Brownies
  54. Fannie Farmer Cookbook – the original edition. “The Boston Cooking School Cookbook” by Fannie Merritt Farmer, first published in 1918.
  55. Fatfree: The Low Fat Vegetarian Archive
  56. Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project – The Michigan State University Library and the MSU Museum presents this online collection of the most important and influential 19th and early 20th century American cookbooks.
  57. Fine Cooking Online – A cooking magazine with articles, instructions, and recipes.
  58. Firegirl’s Homepage – A page devoted to chile peppers
  59. Fleischmann’s Yeast – what’s cooking? Recipes, the story of yeast and more.
  60. Florida Citrus Juice – recipes, news and information from the Florida Department of Citrus. Enter sweepstakes for a Disneyworld vacation.
  61. Flying Noodle, The – fine pastas, sauces and oils.
  62. Food Dictionary – Search this dictionary by with more than 4,000 food terms and you’ll never have to eat your words. Just type the word or phrase you’re looking for in the box above and select the “Find” button. If you’re unsure of a term’s correct spelling, just type in the first few letters.
  63. The Food Guide Pyramid – This booklet introduces you to The Food Guide Pyramid.
  64. Food Timeline, The – Ever wonder what the Vikings ate when they set off to explore the new world? How Thomas Jefferson made his ice cream? What the pioneers cooked along the Oregon Trail? Who invented the potato chip…and why? This site provides answers and resources to these and many other food timeline related issues.
  65. – “Foodista is the cooking encyclopedia everyone can edit.”
  66. Global Gourmet, The – ‘Celebrate the romance of foods, exotic spices and international travel with the Global Gourmet. Here, we taste the world country by country.’
  67. – Greek recipes categorized from appetizers to preserves to desserts can be found at this site.
  68. Hickory Farms Food Gifts – “Discover a variety of gourmet food gifts including Christmas food gift baskets and Summer Sausage gift baskets this holiday season. Choose Hickory Farms for a variety of Christmas food gifts and gourmet sausage and cheese baskets.”
  69. How Chocolate Works – ave you ever wondered where chocolate comes from? This edition of HowStuffWorks helps you understand exactly what you’re eating.
  70. How Dieting Works – This How Stuff Works site looks first at weight gain and why gaining weight is so easy. Then look at what you can do about weight gain — in the form of diet and exercise — to maintain a consistent weight.
  71. How Food Works – If you have ever wondered about food and how your body uses it, this site by HowStuffWorks offers informationunderstand what a hamburger or a banana does to keep your body running every day.
  72. How to Cook Gourmet – “Be the envy of your friends and family with your gourmet cooking. Learn gourmet recipes and secret tips and techniques to gourmet cooking.”
  73. iDRINK – learn how to mix an Acapulco, a Zombie, or over 1,000 other drinks.
  74. In The Kitchen With Chef Tell – his delicious recipes in cyberspace.
  75. Indian Food Guide – Recipes and cooking tips from a noted Indian chef.
  76. Insect Recipes
  77. International Vegetarian Union – This one-stop resource for vegetarians and vegans provides a global directory of vegetarian societies, recipes, and multi-language articles on the history, science, and religious aspects of vegetarianism.
  78. The Internet Chef – searchable database of recipes, features, and message boards
  79. Into Wine – exploring the world of wine. Information on how wine is made, wine regions, wine and health, wine and the Bible, 1997 wine events and a quick reference guide.
  80. Internet Epicurean, The
  81. Jolly Time Pop Corn
  82. Joy of Cooking – menus, recipes, trivia, and more.
  83. KidsCandy – facts, recipes and fun.
  84. Koffee Korner
  85. Les Kincaid’s Lifestyles – Gateway to food, wine, recipes and more.
  86. Sheldon Landwehr – Food Critic for the New York Post.
  87. – “Learn how to Make Sushi on this site!”
  88. Meals for You – meal planning made easier
  89. – Over 100 traditional Mediterranean and Asian recipes each with a full color photo.
  90. Mimi’s Cyber Kitchen – Over 1,000 food-related links and Mimi’s personal collection of recipes, all in a highly organized format.
  91. – “Fast Recipes for Quick and Easy Homecooked Meals”
  92. Nutrition Facts – Free source for nutrition information on almost six thousand different foods. Site format is much the same as what you see on the “Nutrition Facts” label that is shown on almost all food packages in your local supermarket.
  93. Old Time Cooking Recipes – “Database with over 700 free old time cooking recipes.”
  94. The Oxford Companion to Wine – A required reference of over 3,000 entries for anyone who is serious about wine.
  95. – “Cooking a mystery…Want to know how to Cook Everything?”
  96. Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry – recipes for holidays, appetizers, main course meals, and desserts, along with a search-by-ingredient database.
  97. Paul Prudhomme Favorites
  98. Paul Prudhomme:StarChefs
  99. Wolfgang Puck Home Page
  100. Real Beer Page, The – microbreweries, tours, and brew fests around the world.
  101. Recipe Box – A Culinary Toolkit developed to bring the power of the PC into the kitchen
  102. – site has over 100,000 recipes online. You can also download theRecipeCenter software. The site is for all food and cooking enthusiasts.
  103. Recipe Dude, The – “Recipes for food you can eat”
  104. Recipe Exchange
  105. Recipes From ‘’ Usenet Group
  106. RecipeSource – Searchable Online Archive of 70,000 Recipes
  107. Restaurant Le Cordon Bleu
  108. RiceWeb – Everything you want to know about one of the world’s longest running cereals: the history of rice, where and how it is grown, recipes, and much more.
  109. – “A site devoted exclusively to finding the most memorable local eateries along the highways and back roads of America.”
  110. Safeway Stores
  111. Science of Cooking – Welcome to The Accidental Scientist: Cooking, the first in a series of Web-based projects focusing on the science behind everyday life.
  112. Seafood Steward – Recipes and tips on selecting, preparing and cooking.
  113. Searchable Vegetarian Cookbook
  114. Smart Wine Magazine – An iconoclastic, anti-snob, hip look at real wine for real people.
  115. Soup of the Evening: Beautiful Shop
  116. Southern Living Online
  117. Spices: Exotic Flavors & Medicines – The exhibit by the UCLA Biomedical Library, explores the many facets of spices.
  118. Spices & Herbs Encylopedia – information on spices from allspice to vanilla.
  119. Star Chefs
  120. Sugar in the Raw – it’s natural, not naked. Recipes and FAQ
  121. SOLO cyberkitchen – more than 70 super recipes. Choose a low-fat treat or a bit of heavenly indulgence.
  122. TABASCO – the one and only. Includes recipes, history, music, photographs and… hot stuff.
  123. Taste the Pain – Site Contains Over 200 Of The Finest Products Available From The World Of Hot And Spicy Foods.
  124. – all about chips and many other snack foods.
  125. Teri’s Recipe Page
  126. Texas Cooking
  127. Thai Recipes
  128. Tickle My Tastebuds – “Melbourne Food and Entertainment Blog.”
  129. Tokyo food Page – a complete guide to Japanese cuisine and eating in Tokyo, with recipes, articles on Japanese cooking, restaurant listings, culinary travel tips and more.
  130. Top Secret Recipes on the Web – “Creating Original Kitchen Clones of America’s Favorite Brand-Name Foods.”
  131. TV Food Network
  132. USDA Nutrient Database
  133. Vegetarian Kitchen – Vegetarian recipes (from everyday fare to seasonal, holiday, and special occasions), cookery tips (“Fighting Fear of Tofu”), and links to cooking sites.
  134. Veggies Unite – Your On-line Guide to Vegetarianism
  135. Viet World Kitchen – an information hub dedicated to providing knowledge on Vietnamese culinary traditions.
  136. Vintage Old-fashioned Recipes – This site presents old-fashioned recipes from vintage cookbooks.
  137. Virtual Vittles – fresh, natural wholesome recipes created for finer palates without excessive fat.
  138. Web’s First Japanese Pizza Page
  139. Web Resources for Japanese Food
  140. – Over 200 pages of of basic wine education including tips on pairing food and wine.
  141. Wine Education Site
  142. Wine Enthusiast, The
  143. Wine Spectator – includes daily reports, a searchable wine buying guide, a library of wine and travel articles, chats, forums and more.
  144. Wines and Food from France
  145. Burt Wolf – Origins – contains the recipes demonstrated in the PBS series.
  146. World of Tea
  147. Yummly – “Yummly is the best site for recipes, recipe recommendations, food and cooking. We have over 500,000 of the best recipes on the web. You can search by ingredient, diet, allergy, nutrition, price, cuisine, time, course and source.”
  148. YumYum Recipes – Over 20,000 recipes searchable by category or keyword.
  149. – “The Web�s Most Trusted Guide to Restaurant Reviews and Ratings for New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston and every place in between. Includes Hotels, Nightlife, and Attractions.”

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