Some good resources for finding professional recipes online are Food Network, The Kitchn and MyRecipes. Food Network provides recipes and video cooking guides free of charge, many of which are supplied by popular television chefs, such as Ree Drummond, Giada De Laurentiis and Pat and Gina Neely. The Kitchn and MyRecipes are also free and offer a wide variety of recipes, as well as cooking information and tutorials.Continue Reading
Food Network recipes can be browsed by category, chef or show. For instance, users can choose to view recipes for breakfast, chocolate desserts, sandwiches and cupcakes, or only recipes featured on shows like "Food Truck Face Off" or "Private Chefs of Beverly Hills." Other categories cover healthy eating, holidays and parties and seasonal ingredients.
MyRecipes collects recipes from magazines such as Cooking Light, Southern Living and Real Simple. Users can search for recipes using keywords or browse through around 150 categories. Other features of the MyRecipes website include cooking videos, holiday tips and reviews of cookbooks and gadgets. The website also enables users to compile shopping lists and rate recipes or share with friends.
The Kitchn also provides product reviews alongside recipes. As part of the Apartment Therapy group of websites, The Kitchn also offers advice on kitchen design and renovation, along with cooking lessons. Twenty new articles, including recipes, are uploaded each day to The Kitchn by the editorial team, which comprises recipe developers and photographers, among others.Learn more about Cooking