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Thread: Where can you find the most recipes?

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    Where can you find the most recipes?

    I love to search the for recipes and this is where I found lots and lots of recipes in categories.

    http://www.brooksideoflivonia.org/CDCookbook/

    If you click on the very small window on the left above the name of the category you can see the recipes.

    Happy day!!

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    I usually use allrecipes.com

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    I use Allrecipes too but I love this site. I already found a recipe for fried rice that sounds yummy.

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    I also use the allrecipes or the recipegoldmine site.
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    I have the all recipe ap on my IPad. I can sit the IPad on the counter as I complete the recipe. I am looking for the IPad holder that goes under the upper cabinets for Christmas.

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    I have fallen in love with foodgawker.com. Each recipe has a picture someone has posted and a link, usually to someone's blog. There are many things there that you can't find anywhere else. There are also other sites - craftgawker, dwellinggawker and weddinggawker.

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    MY favorite is food.com

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    I like cooks.com also....Thanks for the site..

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    I love cooks.com also.

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    Thanks for this site! http://www.brooksideoflivonia.org/CDCookbook/

    I had not seen it and it is great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkee View Post
    I have fallen in love with foodgawker.com. Each recipe has a picture someone has posted and a link, usually to someone's blog. There are many things there that you can't find anywhere else. There are also other sites - craftgawker, dwellinggawker and weddinggawker.
    Good grief! What have you done? I could spend the rest of the day 'food gawking'.

    I just bookmarked one for Caramel Sauce and that is just the beginning. I've been seeking recipes that I can make and avoid those foods that are made with high fructose corn syrup as much as humanly possible.
    Pat

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    I like cooks.com

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    That is my favorite site too. I enjoy the pictures that motivate you to try the recipe. Another site I absolutely love is Smitten Kitchen. Her recipes are a go to favorite - great cook.

    Quote Originally Posted by tkee View Post
    I have fallen in love with foodgawker.com. Each recipe has a picture someone has posted and a link, usually to someone's blog. There are many things there that you can't find anywhere else. There are also other sites - craftgawker, dwellinggawker and weddinggawker.
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