Recently, I discovered a few good food resources on the ‘Net.

* Slashfood: Sure, it’s named after Slashdot, but it has less trolls, better HTML, and is about food instead of geek concerns.
* Belly Bytes: Nice food information in easy to read tidbits.
* Eat Feed: One of the best independent podcasts out there. It’s a bit like NPR in style, but covers a lot of interesting food topics.

Of course, there are the old stand-by sites, too:

* AllRecipes: Recipes, lots of them
* Epicurious: Even more recipes
* Food Network: A wonderful resource, if you ever watch any shows (like Good Eats with Alton Brown), as the site has recipes and resources galore.

Also, I’d like to share a little tip I have discovered recently: *Get an iron skillet*. We just got one and it is absolutely wonderful. It turns every good meal into an delectable delight. Everything cooked in a cast iron skillet is instantly transformed into something even better. (I bet it could even take a mediocre meal and magically mogrify it into some kind of great feast.)


2 Responses to “Foodstuffs”

  1. Judy Whelan says:

    Trying to get in touch with Garrett LeSage about a photo that I want to use in our museum. Please contact me at the above address.

Leave a Reply