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View Resource Mimi's Cyber Kitchen: Food, Cooking, Recipes, Links and More

A site that is sure to please your palate is Mimi's Cyber Kitchen, provided by Mimi Hiller. Mimi's Cyber Kitchen, while containing recipes, specializes in links (Internet, not smoky). The site claims thousands of food-related links, in the categories of chocolate, Jewish/Kosher, health foods, seafood, and restaurants, among others. This site will stimulate you to leave your computer and head...
View Resource Yum Yum: Virtual Vittles and More

A site that is sure to please your palate is YumYum, provided by Desktop Solutions. YumYum contains a searchable database of over 10,000 recipes in 16 categories from appetizers to vegetarian. This site will stimulate you to leave your computer and head toward your kitchen or favorite restaurant.
View Resource Valentine's Day and Chocolate

While the exact origins of Valentine's Day are often disputed, the link between chocolate and the modern incarnation of this particular holiday are undeniable. Recent data released in a report by the business information group Datamonitor revealed that the global consumption of chocolate totaled approximately $42.2 billion worth of chocolate-based consumable goods. It will not come as a surprise...
View Resource Home Hearth Food

Home Hearth Food is primarily for people who grow or raise their own foods, depending on prepackaged and/or convenience foods as little as possible. Topics include butchering, preserving, smoking, culinary herbs, sausage, household formulas, homemade soda pop and other beverages, baking, equipment and supplies, solutions to food allergies, and allowable foods for those with other illnesses,...
View Resource What's Cooking? Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smithsonian

In November 2001, after leaving her Massachusetts home of forty-two years and relocating to California, Julia Child -- the renowned cooking artist -- gave her kitchen to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, Behring Center. Designed by her late husband in 1961, the kitchen has become somewhat of an icon after being viewed for seven years by millions of people on three public...
View Resource The Accidental Scientist: Cooking

Another great Web site from the Exploratorium in San Francisco (last mentioned in the August 16, 2002 NSDL MET Report), The Accidental Scientist: Cooking is the first in a series of "Web-based projects focusing on the science behind everyday life." Offering a mind-boggling array of food-related information and activities, foodies and science-lovers alike should find this Web site extremely...
View Resource The Old Farmer's Almanac

With the advent and proliferation of the Internet and Web access, a multitude of information has become immediately accessible to anyone with a computer and a phone line. Providing home-spun wisdom and advice has been a hallmark of The Old Farmers Almanac since 1792, and their site features quite a bit of free information that will be useful to new visitors and familiar to long-time fans of the...
View Resource Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project

The Michigan State University Library, in partnership with the MSU Museum, have created a fascinating look into American epicurean history with their online trove of influential 19th and early 20th century American cookbooks. Currently, the archive includes page images from 33 cookbooks, and when the project is completed in September 2003, the site will include page images and full-text...
View Resource Let's Talk Turkey

This site will help users plan and enjoy their Thanksgiving feasts. This Thanksgiving site from the Food Network contains a host of resources, including recipes; turkey, pie, and stuffing guides; wine and leftover tips; and just in case, Kitchen Disaster 911.
View Resource Thanksgiving

This site will help users plan and enjoy their Thanksgiving feasts. For those overwhelmed by the choices at the first two sites, foodgeeks offers a more modest but still solid collection of recipes as well as a Thanksgiving to-do list.
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