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Food websites

Page history last edited by debrarian 8 years, 5 months ago

 

Some of the fabulous and innovative food websites out there:

 

Cariadoc's Miscellany - a compendium of medieval recipes with source citations. -abby

Epicurious.com - A collection of the recipes from Gourmet Magazine and Bon Appetit. -abby 

Food in Jars - canning blog by former PDXer Marisa McLellan. Recommended by The Oregonian, 1/10/12

Orangette - food blogger recommended by Heidi.  Also Les Recettes d'Orangette.

The Oregonian's FoodDay - The Oregonian's food columns & recipe archives - Deborah

Recipezaar - Tells you everything about a recipe: nutritional value, sodium, etc. -abby

Roadfood.com

On a road trip? Want to know where to eat in Dubuque, Des Moines, Denver? This website tells you where to eat where you are, or where you are going. Rates things by how many miles it is worth driving out of your way for. -abby

StillTasty - How long will your favorite food or beverage stay safe and tasty? What's the best way to store it? - Deborah 

TasteBook.com

Enter your favorite recipes and they'll transform them into your own personalized, hard-copy cookbook!  Which you can then buy. - Deborah

What we're eating - This is a couple's food log with exotic recipes and glorious pictures. Plus a year and a half of archive. -abby

 

 

 

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