What do you love about Every Day With Rachael Ray?
As part of our Best of 2008 coverage we asked you what website is your favorite resource for recipes. The results are very close: Food Network beat out Allrecipes by one vote! Yum and I agree with the majority and are making Food Network the editor's pick for best online recipe resource.
Although I was initially taken aback by the site's recent makeover, I've come to love the new Food Network. Besides the huge collection of easily searchable recipes, I enjoy the videos and behind-the-scenes details. Why do you log on to Food Network?
As much as I love looking up recipes online, there's nothing quite like the secret glee that I feel deep down when I see a brand-new issue of a food magazine with an artfully done cover. For part of our Best of 2008 coverage, I want to hear your thoughts.
Who has the most stunning food photography, the most useful layout, and the best recipes?
I'm not afraid to admit it: I love reading recipes and I love reading them online. The internet is a wonderful resource for recipes, and I often find myself searching several websites until I find the perfect one. My computer is even dirtied like a cookbook with sauce splatters and food smudges.
Since you read this website, I'm assuming you browse the web for recipes, too. Besides YumSugar and in honor of the Best of 2008 coverage, I want to know: Where do you like to read recipes online?