Editor's Blog: Recipes Online - Rik Recommends 47 Places to Find Good Eatin' on the Web

Editor's Blog: Recipes Online - Rik Recommends 47 Places to Find Good Eatin' on the Web

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Mamta's Kitchen: A true labor of love by a talented family.

 

Julia Child: Lessons with Master Chefs
Sample high-end recipes from the companion cookbook to the TV series, and watch video from the series, as well.
Focus: Gourmet cooking
Sample: Shrimp Étoufée

 

Mamta's Kitchen
This family-developed site focuses on Indian food, requests submissions from its readers, and has a forum.
Focus: Indian food
Sample: Naan

 

Really Big Recipes
The next time you need to feed 100 people or more, here's your resource. Includes a useful - for this site especially - link to Recipe Converter.

Focus: Food for crowds
Sample: Mega Meatloaf for 1000

 

Recession Recipes
Humorous writing and recipes about cooking when you're seriously broke.
Focus: Food on the cheap
Sample: Bran Gruel

 

Oh, and in case any of you are keeping score at home: six feet, two inches; 210 pounds...

 

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Anonymous

Here is another great one:

http://www.epicurious.com/

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Eddie Rogers

Rik,

You omit one of the best family of sites: http://www.americastestkitchen.com/ and the associated cooks.illustrated and cooks.country sites.

These are terrific for the novice and the pro.

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Anonymous

Now if only I could get my Mac to do some cookin'! I guess it's good enough that it can help me get to these sites!

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