A collection of the top recipes based on user reviews. I wanted a recipe site where I knew everything on it would be tested and delicious, so I took less than 1% of the recipes from sites like epicurious, foodnetwork, etc and made them searchable by keyword and ingredient.
Since late 2005, I've been tracking some of the more interesting places I've eaten, mostly so that other travelers can find some of the more obscure places I've enjoyed. The latest effort has been porting the whole thing to wordpress and getting full geotagging working so that you can easily see my places by category and map. Feedback wanted, since I'm trying to make this sight actually useful to people.
I'm trapped in the frozen North. I stay sane by obsessing over food.
Free tutorials on how to make edible bouquets - candy bouquets, cookie bouquets, and fruit bouquets... Photos and instructions make the process easy. Kids will love to participate in making edible bouquets. You can suprise your friends and family with unique gifts this holiday season. Get inspired at EdibleCrafts.com
Sean C. is a recently married late-20-something currently residing in the scenic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Following 10 years of hard labor working his way up the ladder in other people's kitchens, Sean set his eyes on the greener pastures and shorter workdays of the Information Technology industry. Foodward Thinking is Sean's ongoing endeavor to hone and expand his culinary skills in his own (more comfortable but slightly less equipped) kitchen.
daisyk (a Swiss-by-association) and I (a vegan-by-association) have been blogging about the vegan meals we make in our kitchen that are interesting or tasty. Not all of them are based on beetroot.
FT Marinetti's 1932 'Futurist Cookbook' was one big practical joke filled with bizarre dinners composed of even more bizarre recipes. The photographer, prop stylist, and food stylist all set out to recreate the not just the dishes but also the feel of the cookbook and just how radical it was at the time. This is our 3rd shoot in a series exploring hunger through photography. Previously, previously.
If it were still 1997, I would be out a billion dollars in domain names. But seeing as it isn't 1997, I've created three sites in three weeks. Feeding Objects is a site where people...feed objects. It's kind of in the name. Hey, I Found Your Sign is a site that encourages people to remove illegally placed business signs (we buy houses, earn cash from home) from their community. And, finally, My Dictionaric (because dictionaric.com was taken), the call-in podcast where I read the dictionary aloud until someone calls in to chat. I know, I know. I'm really raising the bar for quality internet content.
I'm recording my craft, food, fledgling garden, and other various and sundry domestic-ish experiments here. [more inside]
17 types of tinned corn in a Buenos Aires supermarket. I will test each one to declare a winner. [more inside]
As soon as you start making ice cream you have too much of it, so we meet up in NYC and trade it! We run a group blog where we post pretty pictures, ice-cream-making guides, examples of horrifying recipes, and like to help with troubleshooting. [more inside]
Morels, daggered lettuce, fiddlehead ferns, rabbits, and tender, tender lamb. Part morality tale, this photoessay on foraging and seasonal food was shot over three days as part of the ongoing project 'The Voracity,' exploring hunger, consumption, and beauty. Previously. [more inside]
I'm finally coming out of the closet and calling myself a photographer. This is my new portfolio site with a range of photographs in different categories including food, people and places. Please note that I can't be held responsible for any weird sensations you get from licking your screen.
Not recipes, just conversation, this blog arose from a daily ichat conversation between two foodies on different continents, which then spread further into the #mofirc irc channel... and someone *looks innocent* joked hey maybe we should start a blog..... and What I Had for Dinner Tonight was born. Your host is es el Queso - long time member of Monkeyfilter, and one keen cook. Posters come from a range of backgrounds, cooking skill sets and countries. The concept is simple - tell us what you had for dinner. Whether you cooked it, someone else cooked it or the guy down the road cooked it - have no reservations about joining in and telling us.
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