Food: Recipes, Restaurant Reviews, Healthy Diets and More
With findingDulcinea’s Food Web Guide, you’ll get up-to-date restaurant reviews, recipes, overviews of healthy diets and much more. We’ll help you find old favorites like Cheerwine soda and get organic and specialty food items delivered to your door. Learn about ingredient substitutions or watch a cooking tutorial. Whatever your inclination, we’ll help you taste, cook and order your favorite foods.
Meatloaf again? Give your taste buds a much-needed pick-me-up with these inspiring food Web sites and blogs. Find recipes, cooking tips, restaurant reviews, advice about wine and lots of other food talk from people with a passion for food.
- Blogs provide a way to read someone else's personal rants and raves about cuisine and life. If you're looking for straightforward information about food and are not interested in extra narrative, blogs may not be for you.
- If you have a question that you can't seem to find the answer to on any site, try writing the question on a food Web site's message board. You may get an answer from another user.
For food Web sites …
offers a great "Stories
" section (although the message boards
are also exceptional resources). Read regular columns like "Table Manners
" where you'll find out if it's okay to send back food just because you don't like the taste. Chow also has blogs, articles, recipes and even instructional videos.
has an interesting "writings"
section; in it, you'll find a "Food History
" category that provides insight into the origins of foods as common as cheesecake or as distinctive as the cuisine of ancient Rome. The articles and interviews are also worth a browse.
offers a "Food Reads" section that gives you a directory of online magazines, blogs, bookstores, and other sources of information about the culinary world. Also find lists of Web sites where you can buy ingredients, cookware or deliverable meals, or look for recipes and gift ideas.
For the online versions of food newspapers, magazines or television shows …
Food & Wine
magazine's Web site includes interviews with chefs, restaurant reviews and recipes. Also look for columns and articles from the current issue of the magazine.
has recipes from all of its television shows. This site helps you find what you saw on TV a few days or weeks ago. If you’re looking for a new recipe, this is a great source of menus or dishes for holidays or special occasions.
The New York Times
presents a food and wine travel guide that gives you mouthwatering accounts of restaurants and foods from around the world. Find out what the Times' writers are trying in Mexico, Italy, Ethiopia and other exotic locales.
To read the personal chronicles of food lovers …
The Food Section
is as much a food newspaper as it is a blog. Whatever is happening in the food world, be it kosher Coke for Passover or a review of a new restaurant, writer Josh Friedland posts an opinion about it. You’ll also find lots of links to other current food news.
documents one woman's adventures exploring the recipes in her cookbook collection and recipe box. Find new twists on classic dishes as the author sprinkles her own reviews and additions into the mix. Also read about her favorite cookbooks and some upcoming book releases.
with its stunning photos and sleek design, looks more like a photography book than a recipe archive. You'll be delighted with the presentation—and the wide variety of intriguing recipes and entertaining suggestions.
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