Really Useful Websites for Foodies, Bakers and Cooks
The internet is alive with multitudes of websites for anyone who loves good food. Whether you’re looking for supplies, recipes, measurement conversions, or kitchen supplies, it can all be found on the web. Here are some useful sites for anyone who loves to bake or cook.
This site is full of recipes from around the world. Plus, you can look up ingredients, convert recipe measurements and more. It is free to join, and can be very addictive for anyone who loves recipe collecting. I bookmark recipes to come back to, and then print them out later, putting my favorites in a ring binder with page protectors, for later use. It’s a great way to find something new for dinner, without relying on your usual cookbooks.
King Arthur Flour Company
Bakers of all abilities, from beginner to professional, will find a large and useful amount of products here. This site is a class act, offering a wide variety of flours, spices, flavorings, and more. On the site, there are even do-it-yourself baking lessons from highly trained baking professionals. Based in Vermont, this company even sells their own baked goods and various mixes onsite. This isn’t your average, everyday cooking shop but a sophisticated artisan bread making group who sell to anyone who loves to use their quality products. Their prices are reasonable and they’ll send you a free catalog in the mail if you ask for one.
This big site has all sorts of great supplies for bakers, cake decorators and candy makers. It’s fun to browse their catalog, which is full of clever pans, molds and ingredients to make baking projects original and interesting. To me it’s like an art store, but for baking. It even has airbrush colors for spraying on cakes, and a variety of media (sugars, fondants and glazes) for kitchen projects.
No matter if you’re a hobbyist or professional in the kitchen, look around online and see the amazing variety of items you can find for your projects, with just a few clicks of the mouse. It’s so easy to buy on the web, and have the products shipped to you. Most places I’ve tried have had quick shipping turnaround time, and quality products. Once you find the places that you like the best, they make great resources for future parties or other meal preparation needs. The internet is a treasure chest of products for foodies. Try it, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised how easy it is.
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