Guest Foodie Site #6

Filed under:Guest Foodie Sites☆ — posted by IOjaw on March 10, 2006 @ 9:44 am

With St Patrick’s Day coming up, I decided to see what unique creations others have posted. To be quite honest, I was surprised that there seems to be a very limited number of ideas when it comes to this holiday. However, there was one site that I found crammed full of charming creations (albeit, some were not that unique). So if you are looking for ways to get green, here are a few ideas:

May be you could try a pot ‘o gold. Here is the recipe.

Perhaps you want to find what is at the end of the rainbow. This is the recipe.

Or you need a new take on that lucky shamrock. Yet another great recipe idea.

For more ideas on how to go green, check this featured section of Family Fun.com.

Guest Foodie Site #5

Filed under:Guest Foodie Sites☆ — posted by IOjaw on January 20, 2006 @ 12:27 pm

Even though the info says the project has been around since 2000, I just ran across this most unusal cooking video site that boasts a very unique host chef, Tako.

Guest Foodie Site #3

Filed under:Guest Foodie Sites☆ — posted by IOjaw on January 12, 2006 @ 12:17 am

Okay, I don’t know how long this has been on the net – buuuut – I love it!!! This particular product character is one of the most nostalgic examples of food Americana I can think of, ew-whew!

Guest Foodie Site #1

Filed under:☆Guest Sites☆,Guest Foodie Sites☆ — posted by IOjaw on @ 12:12 am

I very seldom recommend specific sites, but Slashfood is not just another site. It is the gourmet glutton’s version of heaven sprinkled with just enough nerd to help novices on the journey. Take the site’s sushi section for example. A very informative introduction to the world of raw fish. The site is well worth a few moments of anyone who loves food’s time.



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