A great website for recipe information is Smitten Kitchen.
The site isn't new but has gained fame for the home spun recipes and musing of supremely talented home cook Deb Pearlman.
New recipes and photos are posted every couple of days, but can also search for a recipe by season.
Or type of ingredient.
Food 52 has less of a folksy, personal feel.
But offers a wide variety of recipes.
Click on a thumbnail of an appealing photo or choose from the topics and columns list for more ideas and inspirations.
One great feature is the Food 52 hotline.
Where you can ask or answer a cooking related question.
Finally, Whole Foods is known for their supermarkets and quality goods, but their website also features delicious recipes.
Search from nearly 4,000 recipes and once you find one you like, you can add the ingredients to your Whole Foods shopping list that you can build through the site itself.
In San Francisco, I'm Cara C.
Boyd cnet.com for CBS News.
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