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View Resource The Joy of Soup

As the weather here in the northern hemisphere begins to get a bit chilly and the sun bids farewell around 5 p.m., many people will begin to adjust their menus by including more soups as part of their daily fare. Those persons looking for fun new ways to prepare soup should definitely take a look at The Joy Of Soup website. The creator of the site, Sue Pleydee, has assembled a rather impressive...

http://www.searchesinteractive.com/?dn=joyofsoup.com&pid=9PO...
View Resource Epicurious: The World's Greatest Recipe Collection

Produced by CondeNet, this rather prodigious collection of culinary delights contains an archive of over 16,000 recipes. The database may be searched through the use of keywords, or through a number of more elaborate specifications, such as looking for recipes that are kid-friendly, low-fat, or meatless. Visitors can create their own customized online recipe box, view a list of the most popular...

https://www.epicurious.com/
View Resource Leite's Culinaria

With a website that professes to provide helpful recipes and other such cooking advice, it helps to have an expert at the helm. Well, at the helm of the Leite's Culinaria site is one such expert, David Leite. Leite attended the Institute of Culinary Education and the La Technique program at The French Culinary Institute. He's also written extensively about food in general, and has had pieces...

https://leitesculinaria.com/
View Resource All Recipes

Since time immemorial, people have loved to cook. Whether it be for themselves after a hectic day or for a dinner party of 20, the experience of dining is something that can be both relaxing and energizing at the same time. Fortunately, the All Recipes website, started in 1997 by a group of Web developers with a passion for cooking, has over 26,000 recipes for the consideration of the discerning...

http://allrecipes.com/
View Resource Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project

The world of good cooking is one that many persons find relaxing, both in the act of creating great dishes and also enjoying them with family and friends. This online collection from the Michigan State University Libraries and the Michigan State University Museum pays homage to that tradition by presenting some of the most important and influential cookbooks from the late 18th to the early 20th...

http://digital.lib.msu.edu/projects/cookbooks/index.html
View Resource The Great Family Cookbook Project

Some families pass down cookbooks across generations, often giving them the same importance as a piece of heirloom jewelry or a well-worn piece of furniture. As with many things, the family cookbook can now be passed down electronically, and websites like this one can be of great help in this type of endeavor. When creating a family cookbook using this site, it requires a modest fee, but visitors...

http://www.familycookbookproject.com/
View Resource A Chef's Table

For visitors who like watching cooking shows on public television or cable, listening to a cooking show on public radio might also be appealing. Luckily, the website for Chef Jim Coleman's show, A Chef's Table, offers podcasts of his WHYY show for those whose day doesn't regularly include listening to the radio. The written content of the website nicely expands on the radio show, and also lists...

https://whyy.org/articles/chef-at-germantown-kitchen-for-hun...