CHOW breaks down food and cooking without the technical jargon, making it a great place for people who love eating, plain and simple.
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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!
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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.
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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.
5The Food Section
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Stuff your face with the Food Section, an urbane collection of food-related news, products, events, and recipes.
6Food & Wine
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Like a glass of wine that complements an already fabulous meal, the Food & Wine website enhances an already well-respected magazine.
7In the Kitchen and On the Road with Dorie
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A destination for every foodie, with recipes from all over the world from a food critic who has penned nine cookbooks.
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Foodista is a user-generated cooking encyclopedia for everything you could possibly want to know about ingredients, recipes, tools, and techniques.
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At Cooking.com, your cooking obsession will be stoked with all the cooking gear you’d ever want or need.
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Local Harvest is a valuable resource for people interested in the “buy local” movement — or people who just want good, fresh food.