Looking for that perfect recipe, a substitution for an ingredient, preserving your harvest, or how to adjust a recipe for a larger group? Review these websites to find recipes and cookery information from the experts.
- AllRecipes.com: The Recipe Network - Looking for recipes? You’ve come to the right place. Allrecipes has more than 40,000 free recipes—all created, tested, reviewed and approved by home cooks worldwide.
- Betty Crocker - Menu planner, recipes and more featuring not just Betty Crocker products.
- Cook's Thesaurus - Suggests substitutions for thousands of cooking ingredients, including low-calorie and low-fat alternatives, inexpensive substitutes for gourmets on a budget, and replacements for hard-to-find ethnic ingredients.
- Copy Kat Creations - Recipes from your favorite restaurants.
- Edible Indy - Local Farmer’s Market Directory and listings of where to buy local seasonal foods.
- Epicurious - Recipes, tips, reviews, and access to Gourmet and Bon Appetit magazines.
- Farmer's Almanac Online - An online version for canning and preserving, baking, cooking, roasting, and grilling recipes and tips.
- FoodOnThe Table- An online budget meal planning service designed to help families eat better and save money. Our meal planner template combines the weekly sales from your local grocery store with your family's food preferences. What this gives you is a meal planning template that is ideal for creating a family-friendly and healthy meal plan based on kid-friendly recipes hand-picked by our chefs. Then, we send you to the store with a printable grocery list that can also be viewed on your smartphone.
- Food Network - A unique lifestyle network and website that strives to be way more than cooking. The network is committed to exploring new and different way to approach food — through pop culture, competition, adventure, and travel — while also expanding its repertoire of technique-based information.
- HomeTown Favorites- Old time candy, and food that you thought were gone forever.
- Local Farmer's Market - Locate a local Farmer's Market or one somewhere in Indiana.
- National Center for Home Food Preservation - A source for current research-based recommendations for most methods of home food preparation.
- Ready, Set, Eat! - Helps you solve the "What's for dinner?" question. We're serving up simple dinner ideas with a few common ingredients you'll likely have in your kitchen. Type in your ingredients, find recipes, sales and coupons for products used in these recipes, and you are on the road to a meal in less than 30 minutes.