The internet is great for people that love to cook. Google is great for finding recipes: type in the name of the dish you want to make, type in "best" and "recipe", and you'll have a few options to choose from. I use the word "best" in the search, because I think that if somebody declares their strawberry jam recipe to be the best, it's much more likely to be a good recipe.
Other than Google, I don't actually have a favourite recipe website.
That said, I've been checking out the cookthink cooking blog, and I'm quite impressed. Apparently, they're in some kind of beta mode, but currently they have interesting and relevant musings on cooking, without any of the pretension. The entries are focused and simple, but sublime. Simple, digestable recipes and ideas that are kind of like getting a little bit of cooking school every day.
Chris' Linkjockey blog links to unique, fantastic sites on the web that you haven't seen before.
Monday, March 12, 2007