Best Food Websites
I am wondering whether anyone can point me in the direction of some especially cool food-related websites, hopefully with links included. I'll get the ball rolling by throwing in the JB Prince site (www.jbprince.com)-- the best shopping site I know.
Here are some websites that contain lots of info and recipes re specific types of food:
Death By Curry http://rubymurray.com/
The Curry House http://www.curryhouse.co.uk/index.htm
Spices and Flavorings
That's enough for one message, I guess. If you'd like, I can post more later.
Here's what I have bookmarked under "food" on my laptop:
www.8legged.com - cooking lessons from an animated octopus
www.christmas-cookies.com - great cookie recipes
www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/inde... - Gallery of Regretable Food
http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/GEFP/i... - Good Eats fan site
http://www.caloriecountercharts.com/c... - A good calorie and nutritional chart
http://mahabazaar.com/ - a really good online Indian grocery store. I've had great luck with them.
Nancy -- the Gallery of Regrettable Food is hilarious. Thanks. Here's a more serious website that I love: a recipe archive from Michelin two-star chef Raymond Blanc. There's enough here to keep a very ambitious home cook occupied for the rest of his or her life.
Here are links to some websites for folks who like to listen to food radio shows online:
Lynne Rossetto Kasper's wonderful The Splendid Table
Ed Levines interesting show, Dish
BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme
A Chef's Table with Jim Coleman
All About Food with Jean Feraca (Wisconsin Public Radio
huge fan of importfood.com (and their mail order items make great house gifts)
www.worldspice.com - wonderful source for spices/teas/spice blends and some marvelous recipes are being added
stilltasty.com is an interesting site about food shelf life
cake wrecks when I need a giggle, more blog than site http://cakewrecks.blogspot.com/
tastespotting.com is a daily read; so many amazing home cooks out there
seriouseats.com - also a daily read
rounded out by NPR Food, CH and the NYTimes Food sections
Here are a few I have bookmarked that I don't remember seeing on the long list of recommendations from our forum friends. Thanks for the others from all of you.
Also, try our new website at http://www.newitalianrecipes.com, geared toward gourmet cooking of traditional and non-traditional Italian recipes.
Regards, Dave B. (Dear Old Dave
Here are the others: