BBQ Bob's - Welcome to BBQ Bob's, your first stop for all your BBQ needs!* He's also got more Recipes by Chezjohn. :-)
Barbecue Bob's BBQ and Beer Bash! - A web site for "for Barbecue and Beer Enthusiasts! Barbecue recipes, beer recipes, beer reviews and much more!"*
Chef John Folse & Company - Taking the taste of Louisiana worldwide - Chef John Folse, born in St. James Parish in 1946, learned early that the secrets of Cajun cooking lay in the unique ingredients of Louisiana’s swamp floor pantry. Folse seasoned these raw ingredients with his passion for Louisiana culture and cuisine, and from his cast iron pots emerged Chef John Folse & Company.
Twenty-five years of culinary excellence later, Folse is still adding ingredients to the corporate gumbo he calls Chef John Folse & Company, which is as diverse as the Louisiana landscape, and he would not want it any other way.*
CHOW - CHOW is a new kind of food media. Not only is our subject matter different—about the parties you really want to go to, the meals you really want to eat, the gear you really want to have—but we deliver it to you in audio, video, and everything else the Web’s got to offer. Come to us for recipes, instruction, news, entertainment, discussion, and advice. And come often—we update the site daily.* 07/25/2007
Cooking.com Recipes. While at the site, check out their Recipes and More sections on the Sitemap.
Cooking By Numbers - Welcome to Cooking By Numbers, are you ready to cook?.....Get clicking on what you've got and we'll show you what you can cook.....Don't worry, Skills By Numbers will make you look great in the kitchen..... Can't make up your mind about what to cook? Click I feel lucky as well..... Want to email something tasty to a friend? Send an e-card.... Don't forget to feedback- we want to hear from you.*
Ditty's Sunday Supper - Sunday night is a very special time at our house. It's a time to relax at home and enjoy a leisurely Sunday supper. There's usually time to cook and the refrigerator's well-stocked from marketing at the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings where we buy whatever vegetables are in season.
There isn't much planning ahead for Sunday supper and I generally don't follow a recipe. It's a time to experiment with unique combinations and bold flavors. Most of our Sunday suppers are one-dish meals, served in a shallow bouillabaisse bowl.
Our Sunday suppers have been fun and satisfying and I'd like to share our recipes with you. Proportions listed in the recipes are approximate. Follow your own instincts and palate and use these recipes as general thoughts. Vary them to suit your own style and season. I'll try to post a new recipe every weekend for your next weekend's Sunday supper. This is a personal, non-commercial website created by Ditty (Who's Ditty).* What a cool looking web site, with lots of pics even.
EASY Recipes Using Common Commodity Foods - The development and production of "Easy Recipes Using Common Community Foods" were funded by the California Nutrition Network for Healthy and Active Families, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
A publication of NorthCoast Project LEAN, a program of the Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services Public Health Branch, Eureka, California, 2000.*
Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project - The Michigan State University Library and the MSU Museum have partnered to create an online collection of some of the most influential and important American cookbooks from the late 18th to early 20th century. The goal of this project is to make these materials available to a wider audience.
Digital images of the pages of each cookbook are available as well as full-text transcriptions and the ability to search within the books, across the collection, in order to find specific information.*
FoodTV - FoodNetwork.com is the companion website to cable's premiere destination for food and lifestyle programming. The unique network and website are committed to exploring new, different, and interesting ways to approach food - through pop culture, adventure, travel - while also expanding a repertoire of technique-based information.* They have Cooking Demos (Basic Techniques), Ingredient Substitutions, 25,000+ Recipes, Recipe How-To's, a Terms & Tips Encyclopedia, Wine & Drinks and much more!
Lisa's Cooking Cache - Seafood Recipes - Simple, clean, fast loading web site with numerous recipes! Very nice Lisa!
NOLA Cuisine - All things New Orleans!
Sally's Place - It's Sally's Place for food, beverage, and travel. Our writers have scoured the planet for the best restaurants, chefs, recipes, books, products, cooking schools, ethnic cuisines, travel articles, lodging, radio interviews and more. Come join the fun!*
VisualRecipes.com - Because Recipes With Pictures Are Inspiring - A community of cooking enthusiasts who share recipes with step by step pictures.*
Virtual Weber Bullet Cooking Topics - This section of The Virtual Weber Bullet demonstrates how to cook barbecue on the WSM using a number of methods and techniques. You'll also find a variety of reference topics at the bottom of the page.*
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