In which I cook and photograph my way through my recipe backlog, and test the limits of one tiny studio apartment kitchen. [more inside]
I've created a food newsletter designed to distract and inform. Subscribers receive concise emails with links, recommendations and recipes. If you like it, sign up. [more inside]
A recipe blog aimed at the single person who doesn't want to eat leftovers 6 days out of the week. Have a fresh meal every time, by cooking in one serving portions.
Yet another food blog. But this time from someone who is obsessed with recreating and eating American-style food while in the UK.
Most Recipes are Rated 4 or 5 Stars. This is my attempt for finding the Best of the Best. I have a large (~1 million recipes) database of recipes and ratings from popular recipe websites. Most recipes are rated a 4.5-5 on average, and most site encourage these high ratings. This makes it hard to distinguish between good and great recipes. I made a website that that takes the top 1% most highly rated recipes from each website in my database. [more inside]
I've been working on this app for sometime, I think that I have it looking pretty slick. Hopefully it can be of some use of some master chefs out there :) Description --> Welcome to one of the best Kitchen Timers on the Market! Roasting Veal? Like your beef ribs rare? This timer can be your best friend in the kitchen. Features custom presets a finger controlled timer dial, and recipe presents that are searchable by item. Run this timer in quiet mode or enjoy a little nostalgic clicking, just like the real thing. Download it today and get cooking
An app that tells you what ingredients go well together
In 2007 I released a turn-key online farmers market system. This is a major enhancement to that system, but also is a stand-alone resource. Customer, growers, and market managers at the markets using my system can now build a collection of recipes for their market. It offers the usual things you'd find in an online cookbook, but what sets this apart is the default view is seasonal, and reflects what is on sale at the market at that moment. Ingredients are tagged to available products, so shoppers can see recipes while they're shopping and recipe browsers can buy ingredients while they're reading. It helps close the distance between market and kitchen that intimidates timid market shoppers. All of the recipes for all of the markets are aggregated into a master searchable recipe listing (and that master list is what i've linked to), so if you're not a patron of one of the markets, you can still access the recipes, see where they came from, and subscribe via RSS to get seasonal recipes from around the country all year long. [more inside]
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.