I thought I’d share a list of some of my favourite food websites that I visit which hopefully you’ll also find useful in your food adventures. Whilst most of these are Australian websites, they include content and recipes for everyone.
Jamie’s Home Cooking Skills http://www.jamieshomecookingskills.com
Jamie Oliver’s easy-going style from his shows first got me into cooking. I love how he’s also got a passion for helping people to cook good food from scratch. This is a really good website with clear step-by-step guides (with photos) on basic and advanced skills in the kitchen as well as great recipes.
I often refer to this website if I’m struggling for a meal idea, there are plenty of recipes to look at and they’re usually quick and easy to make. They also have a lot of cooking tips and videos on their website.
SBS Food http://www.sbs.com.au/food
I love watching SBS on Thursday nights as it’s all about food! SBS Thursday nights include shows from molecular gastronomy like Heston’s Feasts to cultural food shows like My Family Feast and Food Safari. I love being able to print out a recipe from the shows or re-watch an episode on the SBS Food website. Sometimes the recipes are too difficult or take a long time to make, but I still enjoy drooling over the photos and getting to know other cultures.
Good Food http://www.goodfood.com.au
This is the website I get my restaurants and food news. Good Food also has a range of recipes from top chefs like Frank Camorra (MoVida) and Neil Perry (Rockpool).
I often check Urbanspoon to read people’s reviews before I decide to try a new restaurant.
If you have any website recommendations, I’d love to hear from you! Just leave a comment.