As the saying goes, too many cooks can spoil the broth; FoodieView was cooked up to help foodies cut down on confusion. But enough of the puns: FoodieView has a host of features, but it mainly concentrates on recipe searches and restaurant guides by city. The site’s standout feature is the recipe search engine, which assists users with specific diets (diabetic, vegan, low-carb, gluten-free, etc.) in finding appropriate recipes. As a vegan, I find this very helpful; it prevents me from having to face those luscious — but forbidden — steak dishes. The restaurant guide, meanwhile, compiles lists and reviews from food critics, food bloggers, and plain old diners like me to provide a guide to eight major American cities (as well as Orange County). Users in New York who feel like eating a bolani dish, but don’t know where to go, can look under Best Afghan to find the hotpsots in their neighborhood. By offering solutions for eating in or out, and doing the legwork for us, FoodieView has all the makings of a great food website.