CHOW breaks down food and cooking without the technical jargon, making it a great place for people who love eating, plain and simple.
The Food 100 list was written in 2010. It is no longer being updated.
If you love to eat and if you love food, you’re not quite complete without a visit to Epicurious. Mushroom soup with hazelnut gremolata? Yum!
A crew of contributors dishes out recipes, nationwide restaurant news, and lively discussion on a site that is serious — but not too serious — about food.
One of the internet’s most complete and interactive recipe databases, Allrecipes.com features a vast amount of recipes, as well as videos and a recipe exchange forum.
Stuff your face with the Food Section, an urbane collection of food-related news, products, events, and recipes.
Like a glass of wine that complements an already fabulous meal, the Food & Wine website enhances an already well-respected magazine.
A destination for every foodie, with recipes from all over the world from a food critic who has penned nine cookbooks.
Foodista is a user-generated cooking encyclopedia for everything you could possibly want to know about ingredients, recipes, tools, and techniques.
Ranked #9 in Food 100
At Cooking.com, your cooking obsession will be stoked with all the cooking gear you’d ever want or need.
Ranked #10 in Food 100
Local Harvest is a valuable resource for people interested in the “buy local” movement — or people who just want good, fresh food.