At All Recipes, you can search for recipes, and learn how to prepare food.
Search here for recipes, menu ideas, and more.
At Busy Cooks, you can search through a wide variety of recipes, including vegetarian, five-ingredient, quick preparation, and more.
Global Gourmet provides a handy way to convert cooking and other measures. If you have a recipe created in Europe, and need to convert it to teaspoons, tablespoons,or cups, this site should help.
CopyKat offers recipes for make-at-home versions of some of your favorite dishes from restaurants.
Epicurious offers a wealth of cooking information including recipes, suggested menus, wine/food pairings, and more.
Fatfree: The Low Fat Vegetarian Recipe Archive
Fatfree lets you search for recipes, and learn about nutrients.
Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project
Recipes for foods from Americas past are offered here.
Visit the Food Network website for a wealth of new recipes to try.
FoodSafety offers links to many websites which may help consumers make wise decisions about handling food at home and elsewhere.
Gourmet Spot offers recipes, cooking tips, advice on choosing wines, and links to other food-related websites.
Myrecipes.com offers recipes for waistline-friendly meals, desserts and snacks.
National Center for Home Food Preservation
The National Center for Home Food Preservation website has a wealth of information about preserving food safely. Advice is offered on preserving food through canning, freezing, drying, pickling, and more.
Nutrition.gov offers virtually any information you might need concerning nutrition.
Learn how many drops there are in a teaspoon, how many dashes there are in a tablespoon, and much more.
Spatulatta helps introduce kids to cooking. It has cooking videos, recipes, weights and measures, and more.
VegWeb.com has vegan and vegetarian recipes available for you to search.
Yummly allows cooks to search for recipes posted on other websites.