Over 26,000 recipes. Search by nutrition, ingredient, preparation time, holiday or submitter.
Ever find a great recipe on the back of a box and then lose the box? Here's the place to find that recipe again.
From Bartleby.com, this classic American cook book includes nearly 2,000 recipes. The 1918 edition was chosen because it was the last edition authored completely by Farmer.
Includes holiday recipes, diabetic recipes, and many helpful charts and cooking tips.
Suggests substitutions for thousands of cooking ingredients, including low-calorie and low-fat alternatives for dieters, inexpensive substitutes for gourmets on a budget, and innovative replacements for hard-to-find ethnic ingredients. Also notes the drawbacks of many substitutes. Browse by category or keyword search.
Recipes from the world famous chefs and celebrities that have been presented on the Good Morning America broadcasts.
A recipe site that begins by asking "what's in your cupboard?"
Nothing but crockpot recipes, tips and hints. You can add your own recipe or email a recipe to a friend. Search the database by title, ingredient, or keyword.
Search by "destination" to see a listing of recipes by country, or keyword search all recipes by words describing a concept. Includes a cooking calculator that converts British and US cooking terms and temperatures as well as measurement equivalents. Cookbook reviews, a gourmet market, feature articles and much more make up this site.
Produced by Internet World Broadcasting Corp., this site has hundreds of recipes, organized geographically and by main ingredient. It also has links to the pages of many famous chefs, restaurant reviews, cooking schools, conversion tables, and other food information.
Browse hundreds of healthy recipes by main ingredient, course, meal, preparation method, or number of servings. Includes a category for special diets such ad low-sodium, meatless, weight management, a diabetes meal plan, and more.
"Greatest Chocolate" and "Perfect Pasta" recipes from the folks who should know!
A virtual home canning magazine with a searchable database of canning recipes, a nice list of tips, articles, and a mailbox for online help or requesting a specific recipe.
A consumer information site from the American Dietetic Association and the ConAgra Foundation.
Hundreds of recipes, searchable by keyword or by special occasion.
Cookies, pies, cakes, breads, and other Christmas recipes.
Instructions on canning, freezing, drying, curing, fermenting, pickling, and storing food. From the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, this site is a source for current research-based recommendations for most methods of home food preservation.
Enter recipes that are too large and decrease them by any factor you choose. You can also increase recipes and print out the results.
Recipe forum. Search by keyword, poster's name or forum for recipes.
A searchable list of over 37,000 recipes. Has a particularly large selection of ethnic foods, and a series of links to "Nutrition Information."
From About.com, this site indexes all manner of southern recopies from appetizers, such as barbecued pecans, to zucchini bread. Also features beloved southern cooks, such as Mama Dip, and includes a few of her recipes such as Mud Pie and cornbread dressing.
The host of this site enjoys "creating kitchen clones of America's favorite brand-name foods." While selling the hard-copy cookbook is the main goal of this site, there are many "sample" recipes such as Snapple® Iced Tea, Arby's® Sauce, and Wendy's® Chili.
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