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    Hi guys,

    So I'm trying to increasing my cooking skills and I've been asking my mom for recipes. I was wondering if there were any good websites out there that keep it simple but still give you directions on making some om nom nom food.

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    If you haven't already I have a cooking website that I started a couple years ago. It has step by step pictured recipes.

    http://theparaplegicchef.com [don't mind the mess, I am redesigning]
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    I know it is old school print media, but if you want to learn to cook I would buy two cookbooks:

    http://www.amazon.com/New-Basics-Coo.../dp/0894803417
    http://www.amazon.com/New-Best-Recip.../dp/0936184744

    The New Basics is great, if you want to make thanksgiving dinner it will take you trough it step by step. Best Recipes is just that, with a little bit of geek experimentation and science to keep the engineer in you happy.

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    I have a zillion recipes - if you mention a category of something you'd like to make, I'll be happy to see what I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t8burst View Post
    I know it is old school print media, but if you want to learn to cook I would buy two cookbooks:

    http://www.amazon.com/New-Basics-Coo.../dp/0894803417
    http://www.amazon.com/New-Best-Recip.../dp/0936184744

    The New Basics is great, if you want to make thanksgiving dinner it will take you trough it step by step. Best Recipes is just that, with a little bit of geek experimentation and science to keep the engineer in you happy.
    I find the Silver Palate authors (New Basics) to be somewhat inconsistent.

    A really, really basic (and excellent) cookbook is Craig Claiborne's Kitchen Primer.

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    RazzleDazzleRecipes.com

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    www.foodnetwork.com has some easy recipies. I've learned a lot from reading Cook's illustrated and Cook's Country magazines. They go in the science/how things work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amarillogal View Post
    www.foodnetwork.com has some easy recipies. I've learned a lot from reading Cook's illustrated and Cook's Country magazines. They go in the science/how things work.
    I use the food network as well and I also use http://allrecipes.com/ and this one once in awhile http://www.cooks.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by amarillogal View Post
    www.foodnetwork.com has some easy recipies. I've learned a lot from reading Cook's illustrated and Cook's Country magazines. They go in the science/how things work.
    Cook's Illustrated is the best. It is the only website I have kicked out my hard earned dollars to join. On food tv I really like Tyler's Ultimate, tivo every episode. Made his short ribs the other day, they were awesome.

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