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Sites that haven't failed me yet: Smitten Kitchen Simply Recipes Cooking for Engineers And, a shameless plug for: Just Right Menus


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After years of cooking, I don't really need this service anymore, but I sure did wish there was something good like this 5 years ago. I couldn't find anything then, though. However, I've seen a couple of sites pop up since then. I can't really testify to how well they work, because I haven't used any of them. But here are some things to explore: Recipe Key ...


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The resource we generally use here on Seasoned Advice is stilltasty.com. Feel free to edit this answer to include other resources.


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From recipes to taste tests to equipment reviews, I've had great success with Cook's Illustrated.


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I really like watching Good Eats, so I end up searching the foodnetwork.com recipes first.


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BBC Good Food is a great UK based recipe site.


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My favourites: Pioneer Woman Cooks Simply Recipes


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http://www.ukfoodguide.net/enumeric.htm The E numbers are standardized across all EU nations. I'm not even aware if non EU nations use them?


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I recently found Adagio Teas. They have a huge selection, decent prices, and reviews. If you're unfamiliar with teas, it's really helpful to see what other people had to say about them. I haven't tried most of my teas from them yet, but the ones I have tried were at least as good as what I can get locally, and they have a much bigger selection.


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Didn't wanna just add this since it's not free, but cooksillustrated.com has almost all of CI's well-tested, easy-to-follow recipes. Subscription is well-worth it, especially for beginners that may not do as well on community sites since they don't yet know how to recognize a good recipe from a bad one.


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allrecipes.com is fantastic, you can rate recipes and provide comments related to adjustments made. I've made so many delicious dishes from this site!


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Search engines like that, as you know, are more complicated to build than the standard recipe searches you see in most places, and many websites that have food recipes and are heavily utilized don't have them. If you want to ultimately be able to make juice based on the ingredients on hand, what I'd recommend is becoming more proficient at matching flavor ...


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I can recommend the website of Lee Rosy's tea store in Nottingham, England - http://www.leerosyshop.com/ They have a great selection and I can vouch for the quality. They also have great tea making advice and tasting notes for all the teas. I'm guessing you're in the US, so I just had a look and you can pay with Paypal in US Dollars or Euros and they ship ...


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@yossarian provides excellent links, and I would like to add that typing the ingredients into Google is a good starting point.


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My wife and I have purchased from The Vegan Store many times and been happy with their product selection. They don't carry fresh produce, but they have all manner of dry and refrigerated packaged goods, as well as pet supplies, books, clothing and more. Their shipping page indicates that they do ship to Canada. If you plan on buying anything that needs ...


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Go Dairy Free's list of online food retailers is a good start. Have a google of Indian/Asian/Baking supplies too. Doesn't have to be an all Vegan online source, eh? I relied on a middle-eastern import company for pulses years ago before they were available locally. Had to order 10K sacks! Learned to share the bargain with friends.


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The site that has the best information I've found in regards to competitive cooking is Contest Cook. They don't quite meet all your criteria in terms of searchability, but they do some levels of sorting and provide a wealth of information on the contests they list (which are quite numerous).


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I've been buying from Upton Tea Imports for years. They have a pretty antiquated website, but a huge selection, and they package each item when you order it. The descriptions on their site are detailed, with good photos of the tea leaves, and reviews. They are more of a wholesaler, but are happy to sell in small quantities. They also have a range of ...


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The previous owner of Stash Teas, and Tazo - Steve Smith, has a new company based in Portland. The teas are excellent. If you are in the area I have heard wonderful things about their tea tastings. http://www.smithtea.com/


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Not really a place to buy tea from, but rather find which teas to buy: http://steepster.com


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This is less of a 'where' as a 'how'- For organization and inspiration I find keeping blogs in my Google Reader under a 'foo' tag is ideal. It helps most of all when I don't know what to cook. I really enjoy Whole Foods' blog (and a local community market; a well-organized farmer's market may have a twitter stream you could put in there too) because it ...


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I like http://www.fxcuisine.com a lot - the photography is amazing and there's an awful lot of great recipes. I'd particularly recommend the real bolognese recipe on it.



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