Favourite recipe websites/food blogs?

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  1. anjinha macrumors 604

    anjinha

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    I've been looking around for yummy new recipes and websites and I was wondering if anyone has any specific sites that they like?
     
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    Derek On Cast Iron is of my favorites, but I love cooking on cast iron.
     
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    There is a show called "Barefoot Contessa" on Food Network UK every weekday at 7pm. The recipes on there look good and there are so many situations that she gets herself into that I think anyone could identify with.

    On the last episode it was her friend's dog's birthday so she threw a huge beach party for all of her friends and invited them with their dogs to celebrate. It may have been winter in the Hamptons, but that doesn't stop Ina!
     
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    I like a lot of the ideas on My Baking Addiction, and the name of the blog fits so well with my relationship to baking... :p
     
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    The Minimalist has some excellent recipes that are impressive looking whilst also being easy and (relatively) quick to make. Mark Bittman is like my cooking idol.

    :)
     
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    Google the Observer (British Sunday paper, stable companion to the Guardian) and/or BBC for a chap named Nigel Slater. Actually, he is my favourite food writer, by far. He writes wonderful recipes in an exquisite (almost pornographic) prose style; besides an elegant prose style, and an ability to inspire both confidence and greed in the reader, the recipes are very doable, - almost everything I cook is a copy or a derivation of a Nigel Slater recipe - and the results are invariably delicious.
     
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