Five Favorite Webpages for People Who Love to Cook

Many people who love to cook turn to their favorite cookbooks for inspiration and instruction.  Even more seem to be turning to favorite webpages to revisit tried-and-true recipes as well as to explore new ones.  Keeping your ever-expanding online recipe library organized makes it easy to find the recipes you’re looking for, especially when using an online bookmark manager to keep track of them all.

No matter which bookmarks manager you use to save your bookmarks online, here are five web favorites that help answer the age-old question of what’s for dinner:

Epicurious — This interactive award-winning website started out as the online presence of Gourmet, Bon Appetit, and Conde Nast Traveler magazines and has expanded to television, YouTube, and all the way to the White House, where Epicurious partnered with First Lady Michelle Obama for her campaign to bring healthier eating habits to America’s school children.

Food Network – Food Network is where celebrity chefs call home.  Add this one to your list of web favorites and you’ll be able to watch as famous foodies prepare everything from apples to zucchini and compete in food-friendly competitions that are as entertaining as they are educational.

Food52 – Amanda Hesser, a writer of all things food, co-founded Food52 to bring fresh food, home design, and celebration ideas to its followers 52 weeks of the year.  Add this James Beard Award winner to your list of favorite webpages for inspiration that spreads beyond the dinner table.

AllRecipes Slow Cooker Recipes — For cooking that doesn’t seem like cooking at all, be sure to add this one to your online bookmark manager.  There seems to be no end to the ways you can use your slow cooker to have dinner ready when the family gets home after a busy day.  To make weeknight cooking even easier, invest a little time over the weekend putting all ingredients for a slow-cooker meal into a single big baggie to store in the refrigerator.  Before leaving in the morning, simply empty the baggie into the slow cooker, turn it on low, and dinner will be ready when you get home.

Cook’s Illustrated – If the science behind the cooking is as important as the finished dish itself, do add subscription-based Cook’s Illustrated to your list of bookmarked web favorites.  Developers and testers explore the science behind every step, ingredient, and all the equipment used for the recipes produced online and in their bi-monthly magazine.

This list of five favorite webpages for people who love to cook is just the beginning.  Once it’s become a habit to save your bookmarks online, your online bookmarks manager will come in handy to keep them organized.

What’s for dinner tonight?  Your online bookmark manager puts thousands of ideas at your fingertips.

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