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Recipes and Food Resources

Following are recipes and food resources gleaned during Internet reference searches.
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Recipes:               Index

Holidays and Seasonal:               Index

Food Resources:               Index

  • AOL Food: recipes, menu ideas, drinks, entertaining and in-depth information about everything from herbs and spices to weights and measurements.
  • Apples & More - Univ. of Illinois Extension. History & Legends, Apple Facts, Varieties, Facts on Growing Apples, Selections & Uses and Recipes (most important before entering that apple pie baking contest).
  • Berry Fruit Guide: information on, and uses for, a wide variety of berries, many you might not have previously known.
  • CheapCooking: Frugal tips for cutting back on your grocery bill, cheap and easy recipes, menu planning ideas, shopping hints, frugal living ideas, and a downloadable grocery list and price book.
  • Chefs - Recipes: culinary information provided by professionals and amateurs alike. Here you can browse through hundreds of cooking-related categories and subjects.
  • Coffee & Health – Institute for Scientific information on Coffee (ISIC): devoted to the study and disclosure of science related to coffee and health.
  • The Cook's Thesaurus: cooking encyclopedia that covers thousands of ingredients and kitchen tools. Entries include pictures, descriptions, synonyms, pronunciations, and suggested substitutions.
  • Exploratorium - The Science of Cooking Discover how a pinch of curiosity can improve your cooking! Explore recipes, activities, and Webcasts that will enhance your understanding of the science behind food and cooking.
  • Food Reference: A collection of modern, classic, historic, cookbook, restaurant and chefs recipes, cooking tips, techniques & methods.
  • The Fruit Pages: "Everything you want to know about fruit."
  • Gourmet Sleuth: 'THE gourmet food and cooking resource.' This site is actually a 'culinary directory [that] contains thousands of links to food, cooking, and drink web sites.' You'll find ethnic foods, wine, beer, even culinary definitions should you question any of the terms bandied about by experienced chefs.
  • How to Season and Maintain a Cast-iron Skillet: a properly seasoned and maintained cast-iron pan can last for generations. "Seasoning" is a chemical reaction that happens when oil gets baked and bonded to the iron at a high temperature. This creates a natural, nonstick surface on the pan. The more you cook with it, the better it gets…
  • Local HarvestAmerica's #1 organic and local food website maintains a definitive and reliable "living" public nationwide directory of small farms, farmers markets, and other local food sources. Just use the search engine or click on the map to find direct links to and information about the local food growers in your area.
  • McCormick's Spices for Health. A must for your "virtual cookbook" shelf.
    • Herb Substitution Ideas: Everything You Need to Know about Herb Substitutes. A list of herb substitution ideas available so that you know what you can use in place of the one you’re lacking at that last minute.
  • MyPlate On Campus: an initiative to get college and university students talking about healthy eating and working with their campus community to create ways for students to adopt healthy lifestyles that they can maintain during and beyond their college years.
  • National Center for Home Food Preservation: Current research-based recommendations for most methods of home food preservation. The Center advises people on how to can foods safely, along with offering recipes for how to make delicious foods.
  • Nutrition Facts for Raw Fruits and for Raw Vegetables (Food and Drug Administration) - downloadable PDFs
  • O Chef - Answers to Life's Vexing Cooking Questions: Daily publication of Food News Service, which syndicates food news and articles to newspapers, magazine publishers, and Internet sites around the world.
  • The Old Farmer’s Almanac Guide to Spices and Herbs in the Kitchen (e-book)
  • Popcorn - a whole grain food: The Popcorn Board is a non-profit organization funded by U.S. popcorn processors. The Board strives to raise the awareness of U.S. popcorn as a nutritious and versatile snack through domestic and international marketing efforts.
  • Quinoa: Ancient "Grain" of the Incas: A recently rediscovered ancient "grain" native to South America not only high in protein, but the protein it supplies is complete protein, meaning that it includes all nine essential amino acids.
  • The Tea Table: loose teas – black, green, white, Oolong, decaf, herbal – plus tea wares and accessories.
    • Adagio Teas: loose teas – black, green, white, Oolong, decaf, herbal – and tea ware and accessories.
  • Spice Advice: online guide to using spices. Information on different kinds of spices and helps you to decide the right spice combination for your meal. The site has spice usage tips, a spice encyclopedia.
  • Ultimate Cooking Resource Guide: "Packed with over 40 helpful links, this guide is an asset for anyone interested in a wide variety of cooking resources – from casual meal prep to gourmet endeavors."

Food Safety Tips:               Index

Miscellaneous:               Index

  • Drinks Mixer: Includes Bartender Guide, Glossary, Search for drinks recipes, Measurements and Terminology.
    • Drinks & Cocktail Recipes: Become a bartender at home with these easy recipes for beginners and seasoned aficionados alike.
    • Festive Cocktails for the Holidays: some classic cocktails for the season.
    • Allrecipes - Cocktails has more than 290 trusted cocktail recipes complete with ratings, reviews and mixing tips.
      • Summer Cocktails from All Recipes. Cool down this summer with our top-rated cocktail recipes.
    • Bartender (Bartender Magazine): Hundreds of Cocktail Recipes - Blender Drinks, Bourbon Cocktails, Champagne Cocktails, Cool Drinks (for Hot Weather), Cordials, Gin Cocktails, Irish Cocktails, Juice Drinks, Martini Recipes, Miscellaneous Favorites, Rum Cocktails, Shooters, Summer-tinis, Tequila Drinks, Vodka Cocktails.
    • CocktailsAndShots.com: more than just a cocktails and shooters recipes database. It also has a cocktail builder, a measurements converter, an original cocktail blog, a top 100 of the most popular cocktails.
    • Recipes & Cocktails– Fox News
  • Napkin Folding 101: learn how to fold many designs
  • Nutrition - National Agricultural Library, Food and Nutrition Information Center. "The Best Nutrition Information at Your Fingertips." Answers numerous nutrition related questions, provides helpful hints on planning nutritional meals, food recalls, and food safety. People trying to lose weight can find suggestions for weight control through exercise and proper nutrition. Users can also find useful information about food composition and how your diet can prevent or help manage diseases.
  • Removing Stains – Cleaning & Laundry Tips by Clorox.
  • "The Science of Baking": "It’s said the cooking is an art, baking is a science. Here are some simplified explanations of how and why the most common ingredients do what they do.
  • Tips for Healthy Eating (Guardian Insurance)