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Access Place Food
A large collection of links to food magazines, gourmet recipes and to cooking, dining, beverage and chef sites.
For those who live to eat, a site with food news, talk about favorite foods, favorite restaurants.
Food Reference Website
Articles on food history, recipes, food trivia, culinary facts, quotes and events, games.
Foodsite Magazine
A directory of food related websites, articles, features and book reviews. Spotlights and briefly reviews five sites each week.
Foodways Texas
Organization to preserve, promote and celebrate the diverse food cultures of Texas. Features news, events, membership information, documentary films, and oral history.
Key Ingredients
Online companion to the Smithsonian exhibit traveling the USA. Explores regional food history, local favorites and places to eat, provides a forum for sharing recipes and memories associated with that dish, and lists the exhibition schedule.
Never Trust Anyone Who Doesn't Like Garlic
Information and personal stories.
Quizzes - Food & Drink
Fun facts and trivia relating to food.
Robb Walsh
Texas food writer who reviews restaurants for the Houston Press and is the author of several books including "The Tex-Mex Cookbook", "Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook", and "Are You Really Going to Eat That?". Features awards, articles, book information, and resume.
Sally's Place
Food and drink news, reviews, recipes, restaurants and travel.
Sandwich Lover's Club
Dedicated to the art of making a great sandwich. Features a message board, photo albums, recipes, and thought and opinions about anything 'sandwich'.
Southern Foodways Alliance
Documents, studies, and celebrates the diverse food cultures of the changing American South.
Supermarket Guru
Shopping information and advice, product reviews and ratings, and cooking tips.
FAQs (frequently asked questions) and information about sushi, sashimi, and related Japanese food.
The Taco Trail
Blog with news and reviews content focusing on tacos and taco culture.
Too Many Chefs
A collection of writers cover food news and culture, cooking, ingredient sources, photography, and yes, even recipes.
Umami Information Center
News, recipes, and food suggestions that center on the "fifth taste," a feeling of smoothness attributed to, but not limited to, Japanese food.
The site is devoted to epicurean adventures on the Internet. Visitors are taken on themed, food-related virtual tours.
Travel, food, and wine, and in particular, dining in France and New York City.
Yahoo! Food
Recipes, cooking videos, wine, restaurants, chefs, and entertaining tips.

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  • Batate Pohe
    First clean poha, wash, drain and keep aside. Cut onions,green chilly and coriander leaves. Make thin pieces of potato. In a pan heat oil and add mustard seeds,cumin seeds,green chilly and kadipatta. Then add onions and saute it till brown. Now add potato pieces and mix well. Sprinkle water on potato and cover the pan. Allow to cook potato for 2-3 min. Add turmeric powder and salt. Now add poha and mix well. Lastly add sugar,grated coconut and chopped coriander leaves. Cover the pan and allow to cook on ...

  • Dal Fry
    Wash tur dal and soak in water for 30 min. and cook in a pressure cooker. Cut tomato,onion,ginger and garlic into fine pieces. In a pan heat oil and add mustard seeds,jeera and kadipatta. Then add red chilly and ...

  • Bhogichi Bhaji
    Peel the carrots and potatoes. Make small pieces of ghevada. Cut potato,brinjal and carrot into pieces. Remove green chana from the pods. Make fine paste of coriander leaves and green chilly. Roast groundnut and sesame and make powder. Now in a pan heat oil and add mustard seeds and cumin seeds. Allow to splutter then add turmeric powder. Add potatoes,carrots,green chana and ghevada. Fry for a min. then add green paste. Cover the pan and allow to ...

  • Mohanthal
    Heat ghee in a pan and add besan. Fry on a low flame till you get a nice smell (light brown colour). Remove from heat and transfer to a bowl. Add milk powder and mix well and keep aside. In another pan make syrup of one cup of water and sugar. Boil till one string consistancy. Add besan mixture and elaichi powder. Remove from heat and stir continuously till the mixture thickens. Pour the mixture into greased thali and spread evenly. Sprinkle cashewnuts pieces and set aside to cool and set. Cut into squares.

  • Plain Dosa
    Wash rice,urad dal and methi seeds and soak in a water for atleast 4 hours. Grind to a smooth paste with a water.and keep aside for atleast 4-5 hours. Add salt and mix well. Heat a non-stick tava and grease with butter or oil. when hot, sprinkle a little ...

  • Phodnicha Bhat
    Chop onion,green chilly and coriander leaves finely. In a pan heat oil and add mustard seeds. When it starts to splutter add finely chopped green chilly and kadipatta. Now add finely chopped onion and fry for 2-3 min till transperent. Add asafoetida and turmeric powder. Now add cooked rice with salt. Mix finely and...

  • Stuffed Bangda
    First clean the bangda.remove eyes and tail. Give cuts on stomach both the side. Apply lemon juice and little salt.keep aside for 10 min. In a bowl take red chilly powder,turmeric,ginger paste,tamarind pulp and salt. Mix well and apply this chutney to bangda. fill chutney also in stomach. Keep aside for 20 min. Dip bangda in rice flour and fry in hot oil on mid. flame. Stuffed bangda is ready.

  • Egg Kheema
    Grate eggs and chop onion,tomato and coriander leaves. Heat butter in a pan and add chopped onion and saute it till golden brown. Add green chilly ginger garlic paste,mirchi powder,dhania jeera powder, garam masala powder,turmeric powder and saute for few seconds. Now add chopped tomatoes and salt. saute it till oil seperates. Lastly add grated eggs and chopped coriander leaves to it and stir it for 5 minutes on low flame. Egg kheema is ready. ...

  • Apple Kheer
    In a cup of warm milk mix the cornflour finely. In a another pan take milk,cornflour milk and sugar. Allow to boil on low flame for 20 min. Peel and grate the apples. Add immediately into boiling milk. Allow to cook for 4-5 min on low flame. Lastly add elaichi powder. Remove from heat. Garnish with kaju badam pista pieces. Apple kheer is ready to serve.

  • Kadboli
    In a pan heat butter and add rice flour,maida,Sesame seeds,red chilly powder and salt. Mix well and knead dough using hot water. Cover the dough and keep aside for 40 min. After 40 min knead again and make small balls out of dough. Now make into rope and give kadboli shape. Heat oil in a kadai and fry kadbolis on low flame till dark brown. Allow to cool and store in air-tight container.

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