1. Epicurious.com – A website full of articles, guides, recipes, menus, and videos.
2. CookingForEngineers.com – Food explained in a logical way for the non-chef mind.
3. SuperCook.com – Don’t want to go to the store? No problem. Find recipes based on the ingredients you currently have at hand.
4. 101Cookbooks.com – Obviously, you will find a lot of recipes here.
5. SmittenKitchen.com – Learn to cook comfort food from a mother with a small kitchen in New York City.
6. FoodWishes.com – Video recipes with Chef John.
7. SeriousEats.com – Seriouseats.com is a family of websites with food reviews, restaurant reviews, recipes, and techniques.
8. ThePioneerWoman.com – If you like butter, you will like this website. Learn country cooking from a country woman.
9. BudgetBytes.com – Not all of us can eat caviar every night. Learn to cook delicious meals on the cheap. Each recipe comes with a monetary breakdown.
10. AllRecipes.com – Multiple recipes for every dish you can possibly think of.
11. AmericasTestKitchenFeed.com – Get daily updates, recipes, and stories from the test cooks, editors, and cookware specialists of Cook’s Illustrated.
12. Saveur.com – Culture and food go hand in hand. This website looks at how heritage and tradition have influenced food.