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COOKING

Jess' Favorite Recipes

Chocolate-Almond Toffee Bark - NEW!
Mom Sandi's Impossible-Without-Processed-Canned-Goods Tuna Casserole

Real Caesar Salad

Useful Cooking / Food Websites

Digs Magazine
Digs has recipes for simple people in the kitchen.

Epicurious
Epicurious' recipe finder is one of the best I've seen.  It draws from years worth of recipes from great food magazines like Gourmet and Bon Appetite, and I can always find what I'm looking for.  Some of the recipes feature photos, and all allow ratings and comments.  Users can also store recipes in a 'recipe box' with free registration.

The Food Network
Um, you could buy a Snap, Crackle, or Pop bobblehead doll here.  The site also details everything you ever wanted to know about everyone's favorite cajun stereotype, Emeril.  Also a lot of recipes.

The Cook's Thesaurus
This comprehensive resource catalogues "synonyms" for thousands of ingredients you know you will run out of sometime.  We referred to it at more than one point while cooking our Thanksgiving feast this year ("What does it say for 'turkey'?").  Thanks for the rec, Clayton!