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.
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You may never need to buy a cookbook again. You can find recipes online for almost any dish imaginable, and search for recipes that include certain ingredients or specifications, such as "black beans" or "healthy." Get hundreds of recipes online that cater specifically to your cooking tastes.
- User ratings and commentary can help you decide which online recipes to try. User comments can be especially valuable for ingredient substitutions or suggestions on how to improve a recipe.
- Many of the recipes and cooking tips you find on the packaging of your favorite food products can also be found on the manufacturers' Web sites. Remember the original Chex Party Mix recipe?
For an online recipe database ...
gathers recipes from Gourmet Magazine, Bon Appétit and others. Each recipe comes with user reviews, and includes an estimate of how long the dish will take to prepare. Search for recipes by cuisine type or dish.
has individual recipes and complete menu ideas. The "Tips & Advice
" section has articles about your health, holiday celebrations (such as what to eat for Independence Day or Chinese New Year), food budgeting and more.
is a recipe search engine that searches lots of sites . Narrow your finds by cuisine type, ingredients, special diet considerations or by chef. Or go to "Food and Cooking Resources
" for a list of other great food sites.
For recipes and advice or community ...
not only allows you to browse recipes by main ingredient, course, cuisine or cooking method, it also lets you search for recipes by flavor. This site has listings of a few recommended restaurants by city, and the user groups allow members to post recipes and chat.
is for you if you're looking for a culinary community and recipe search engine in one. In addition to searching for recipes online, you can search for a cookbook or trade recipes and chat with people who share your food interests.
helps you share your recipes with others. Follow the video tutorial to upload your own recipes and photos, and then get feedback about them from other users.
For specialty online recipe sites ...
is a blog-like site full of recipes for comfort foods. It also includes recipes for low-carb and wheat-free dishes.
is a blog that posts recipes online from old recipe books (think first-edition Betty Crocker's Picture Cook Book). Have a hankering for Flaming Cabbage or Grapefruit Fluff? Retro-Food shows you how to make it.
is the place to go if you want to recreate any of your restaurant favorites. Find recipes online for things like the McDonald's breakfast burrito, Hooters' hot wings or a Cinnabon danish. Occasional modifications are suggested by other users to help make the results taste even closer to the real thing.
For culinary resources or tips ...
The Cook's Thesaurus
lists foods, ingredients and kitchen utensils and their uses. Each item includes a photo, description, pronunciation guide and suggested substitutions.
provides an encyclopedia of spices. Individual spices and spice blends are listed along with a full description of each item. You’ll even find recipe ideas that help you put each spice to use.
presents "Science of Cooking," an entertaining and educational glimpse at the chemistry of cooking. Learn how different kinds of candy are made and the science behind cooking an egg, and take a quiz to test your knowledge on recipe quick fixes: Too much salt in the stew? Find out if you know how to save the pot.
is a cooking resource and blog in one. The site exists to help hesitant would-be chefs learn to love cooking. If you love food but are scared of the spatula, this site can help. Look for tips on technique and tools, as well as a few online recipes and a lighthearted word or two from the Reluctant Gourmet himself.
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