Quick Tips!

Are You A SuperCook?

I found this site several months ago but then forgot about it. I recently found a need to look up a recipe and recalled a site that lets me put in the ingredients I have on-hand and gives me a listing of items I can cook. The site is called Super Cook and I think anyone who likes to do a little bit of cooking will find it very helpful.

If you like traditional recipe sites, I like this site called All Recipes. Its a great site to find something for the upcoming holidays. I've also found some great pancake recipes at About.com's Southern Food section.

Do you cook? What recipe sites do you recommend? Have you tried Supercook? Share your thoughts and experiences.


Anonymous said...

Hello! Just wanted to say hello, and let you know that I find your blog very helpful! I love the combination of information about frugality, living in New York, and tech stuff! I consider myself pretty geeky, but you've taught me a whole bunch of new tricks! Thanks!

Week-End Chef said...

I have used many recipes from ALL RECIPES (all) with success. I recommend the site. From cookies, various chutneys, special vinegar and other specialties. When I have needed something from a gourmet shop for a recipe and was unable to find. I have found how to make from this site.
Happy cooking,
Week-End Chef

FrugalNYC said...

@anonymous, Thank you very much for your encouraging comment. I hope you become one of my regular readers. Your feedback is just the kind of thing I'm looking for, to know I'm on the right track. I'm glad you have enjoyed your visit, I hope you come back on a regular basis.

@week-end chef.
I really think All Recipes is a good site as well. Its a traditional cookbook type site and I've found some good ideas from it as well. Thanks for visiting and for your recommendation.

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