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The Food 100 list was written in 2010. It is no longer being updated.
Listen up! The Splendid Table is the website counterpart to a public radio series that’s worth a few bites — or sound bites.
Home of the renowned Zagat Survey, the Zagat site offers user-submitted restaurant reviews, as well as city-specific restaurant blogs and lively discussion boards.
Ranked #14 in Food 100
For the foodie who has everything: Foodzie offers unique artisan food products from a large variety of small shops.
One woman’s struggle to use all of her cookbooks — which keep growing in number — led to this award-winning food site.
Good grub without leaving home: GrubHub shows you restaurants that deliver, provides menus, and takes your order, free of charge.
If you’re enthralled by French cuisine, hit this site for David Lebovitz’s recipes and advice for dining in Paris.
What you get when you take the network out of the food: easy access to the Food Network’s database of recipes and videos.
Ranked #19 in Food 100
Taking “you are what you eat” to a new level, Culinate’s recipes, blogs, and articles make it a top banana among food sites.
Ranked #20 in Food 100
The official source for news and advice from “Naked Chef” Jamie Oliver, as well as a lively discussion forum and a recipe blog.