What are the good food and design blogs?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Eufloria, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Eufloria

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    Jun 20, 2012
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    I'm interested in design and cooking:) Does anyone knows any good food or design blogs? Thanx!
  2. biobunny

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    Feb 14, 2011
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    Personally, I haven't found any good design blogs ao far, I suggest you to google up stuff if you want to know more about design. As for food blogs, I don't know anything. What design are you looking for anyway?

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  3. Ldsdad

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    Apr 28, 2012
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    Design blogs? Haven't a clue on that (in spite of having double-majored in illustration... For shame, I know). Food, however; I'm down with that! (Did you catch that "down with that" ultra cool lingo? You'd think my teen-age daughters wouldn't bury their faces in their hands when I speak like in front of their friends... Oh well.)
    Try: copykat.com
    this site has really good copycat recipes from restaurants, cafes and fast food joints from all over the U.S. I've tried several of the recipes, and many of them have become family favorites (and that's no small feat in a family of six...). The recipe for cream cheese enchiladas is my personal favorite. This site is awesome.

    As good as the previous site is, this one is my hands-down favorite. (I'm getting hungry just thinking about it)
    The original recipes here aren't "copycat" recipes, they ARE five-star restaurant quality recipes, no joke. This babe has a HUGE selection of everything: main courses, salads, appetizers, drinks, snacks; you name it, she has a recipe for it that not only produces REALLY good food (trust me; I'm a guy. I take my food very seriously...), but adds a touch of - I don't know- elegance or class to it as well. Additionally, she photographs every single step or process in every recipe; it's idiot-proof (trust me on that one, too!) so anyone can follow her steps. She also has guest chefs post some of their recipes. You can search the site by dish, contributing chef, etc.
    I'm sure this site will become one of your favorites, too.
    P.S. at thepioneeringwoman site, do a search for "Pastor Ryan." His recipes for Chicken Tikka Masala, Pasta carbonara ('onara', heh. If anyone here knows Japanese, you know why I'm laughing at that...) Monkey Bread, Mexican lasagna, And home-made spaghetti noodles and sauce are beyond words...

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