Change energy supplier
  . . . cooking recipes, cookery, food, cooking vacations  

Food Links Useful or interesting links to food related sites

  • Beyond Baked Beans
    A student cooking site! Masses of money-saving tips and cheap, easy recipes for any occasion. Set up to help students eat more healthily there are loads of first-time cooks and others who are struggling to eat well on a budget so this is for all of you too.
  • Anna Maria’s Open Kitchen
    A unique site about Italian Cooking where you will find step-by-step illustrated Italian food recipe for Tiramisu’, and classic Italian recipes for pasta, lasagna, gnocchi, risotto, pizza, polenta, and much more, articles on history of food, and a food newsletter.
  • Bell's Fishmongers
    Supplying fresh fish & seafood since 1970. Sourcing the best quality fish and game from around the UK; all delivered within 24-36 hours of being caught.
  • BevReview provides beverage reviews and updates on a variety of carbonated soft drinks, fruit drinks, and other types of liquid refreshment.
  • Raymond Blanc
    "Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons is the fulfilment of a personal vision, a dream that one day I would create a hotel and restaurant in harmony where my guests would find perfection in food, comfort, service and welcome." ~ Raymond Blanc
  • Celebrity Chefs
    A UK based company, Celebrity Chefs is the country’s only agency specialising exclusively in the representation of Celebrity Chefs. They are able to provide you with a celebrity chef for any event. For further information and to see details of some of the chefs visit the web site.
  • ChefTalk
    Learn from the chefs, thousands of cooking questions answered in our forums by the chefs every day. The site also features free culinary blogs and photo galleries to all members, hundreds of recipes, cooking articles, cookbook reviews and beverage reviews.

    This is one of the best recipe sites on the internet. It is completely independent and run by Hope Pryor. If you don't visit any other website for a recipe you should not miss this one!
  • Discuss Cooking
    Cooking related forum where lovers of cooking can share recipes, ideas and help each other.
  • Edible adventures in Paris, Nice and beyond
    Food writer and cooking teacher Rosa Jackson divides her time between Nice and Paris. Her blog is dedicated to the things that inspire her cooking every day, from the produce at the Cours Saleya market in Nice to passionate artisans and chefs in Paris.
  • Essex Gourmet
    Your Local Independent Guide to the Finest Restaurants & Pub Restaurant Dining, Producers, Suppliers & Specialist Food & Drink Businesses within Essex.
  • Gifts From Your Kitchen
    Delicious gifts from your own kitchen or adorable crafts . . . Gifts in a jar, breads, fudge, confections, gourmet popcorn, fruit cakes and more. Take a gift with you for almost any occasion, or "just because" . . .
  • Kitchen Skill
    Want to learn to cook? Want to train to be a chef? Then Kitchen Skill is the place to find a cooking school.
  • Leite's Culinaria
    The James Beard Award-winning Web site published by David Leite, offers a wide range of food writing, carefully edited celebrity chef and ethnic recipes, resources, and cooking tips. It is also one of the only sites that tests many of the recipes it posts, so that each dish is a winner.
  • Nana's Recipes
    Easy to prepare "home cooking with flair" recipes from a Grandmother who loves to cook! Pictures and detailed recipes of chocolate desserts, cakes, pies, cookies, salads, entrees, side dishes and more.
    The web site of Ana Patuleia Ortins who is the author of the book, Portuguese Homestyle Cooking. The book gives an overview of the centuries old cultural influences on Portugal’s cuisine. It describes the ingredients common to Mediterranean countries and essential to Portuguese cuisine including olive oil, onions, bay leaves, garlic, fresh coriander, paprika, chili peppers and red sweet peppers.
  • pots2plots
    A complete guide to growing vegetables, fruit, herbs and edible flowers in garden beds, allotments and container gardening - from small pots to large plots - including garden planning, gardening equipment, site and soil management, sowing garden seeds, planting, looking after crops, harvesting, storing and cooking plus lots more
    Now with over 3,500 British and International recipes! Cooking Terms, Conversion Charts, Online Food Shopping and Kitchenware Stockists Directory, Food Preparation, Ingredient Analysis, Special Diets, Growing Herbs & Vegetables plus lots more.
  • RecipeGoldmine
    You have to be impressed by the sheer size and content of RecipeGoldmine which is run by Linda Roth with some very able help from her main contributors like Kevin Taylor, the BBQ Guru.
  • Judy Ridgway -
    Judy Ridgway is an internationally recognised expert on olive oil and her site includes a range of information on olive oil from up-to-date news from the producing regions, recipes from the producers and information on courses, books, exhibitions and new products of particular interest.
    The only website on the internet dedicated to providing impartial and detailed reviews of the hundreds of sandwiches available on the high-street.
  • Spanish Tapas
    All about tapas, the small plate with the big flavour. Recipes, ingredients, methods and the practicalities of what to buy, where to buy it, and how to prepare it.
  • Stirrin' Stuff
    As a Scottish mother of six, Fiona Bird (who lives in Kirrimuir, Scotland. Fiona was the winner of Scottish Masterchef and a finalist in the overall UK Masterchef) she is very keen to encourage more children to cook and has started an initiative for children called Stirrin' Stuff. If you would like to contact her to find out more or would like to get involved visit the Stirrin' Stuff web site.
  • Top Spanish Tapas
    Serrano Ham, Iberico Ham, Chorizo, Salchichon, Olive oil are all traditional Spanish foods that are used in tapas every day in Spain. Visit Orce Serrano Hams tapas web log where you will find a wide range of typical Andalucian recipes from tapas dishes to traditional meals. The recipes they offer have been sourced from their own local eating establishments and their Spanish neighbours.
  • Tarn-Web
    Tourism and gastronomy of South West France - a bilingual site in English and French. With illustrated traditional recipes, articles about olives, foie gras, the French Paradox and others, gastronomy books, links to restaurants with an interactive comments function - and much more . . .