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Tuesday 2 September 2014

The world's 50 best food websites

Running with Tweezers
This might seem an odd name for a food website but Lulu Grimes says it's brilliantly informative for anyone thinking of working on their own blog. 'Tami has good advice and great recipes.' Where www.runningwith tweezers.com
Chowhound
'Occasionally tricky to navigate but a huge source of inspiration,' says Nick Coffer. Lulu adds that it's a great place to find a recipe as well as a restaurant review from anywhere in the world. 'Interesting, well-informed people contribute, so the calibre of information is always excellent,' she says. Where www.chowhound.chow.com
Scandilicious
'Signe's book is just out and this site is full of lovely, inviting entries that are a pleasure to read and make you instantly want to slap an apron on,' says Lulu. Where www.signejohansen.com

Where should you go for tasty recipes, fine produce and the latest culinary trends? Kate Watson-Smyth asks the experts for their top bookmarks

This week's panel:

Kate Adams, author of ‘The Flat Tummy Club Diet’;

Claudia Ruane, brand head of Abel & Cole;

Mita Patel, food blogger;

Nick Coffer, creator of www.mydaddycooks.com;

Lulu Grimes, food director of BBC ‘Good Food Magazine’

>>Click here or the image on the right to launch the guide

Source:Independent



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