FOR TIPS ON NUTRITION & PURCHASING: COOKING ON THE WEB
- Dot-coms. // Restaurant Business;3/15/2002, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p128
Presents Web sites on food recipes in the United States. Services of horseradish web sites on low-fat high-flavor condiment dishes; Specialties of Lee Kum Kee product sites on Chinese sauces; Information on the dressings-sauces Web sites on salad dressings.
- Cooking Resources Web Sites. Conhaim, Wallys W.; Page, Loraine // Information Today;Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p43
Presents information on several Web sites that offer recipes and cooking tips. Details on the Web sites of food magazines; Features of the cooking resources Web sites; Benefits of the Web sites. INSET: Exploring Cuisine on the Web.
- Gobble Up This Website. // NZ Marketing Magazine;Feb2000, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p4
Details on the use of the Internet by companies in New Zealand. Features of a Web site in the United States on meal recipes; Developments planned to consider for the site.
- Introducing FoodServiceSearch.com. Sanson, Michael // Restaurant Hospitality;Mar2001, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p14
Provides information on FoodServiceSearch.com, a web site created by the `Restaurant Hospitality' periodical. Details on its collection of recipes; Benefits of the site for restaurant operations.
- Finding new twists on holiday cooking. Bowen, Charles // Editor & Publisher;11/14/98, Vol. 131 Issue 46, p34
Offers tips for food writers and feature departments on how to use the Internet to access information about recipes. Difficulties of food reporting; Tips for more detailed searching; Web sites to visit.
- A restaurateur's guide to the Web. Romeo, Peter // Restaurant Business;11/20/96, Vol. 95 Issue 17, p139
Cites some World Wide Web sites related to food service. Alex Patout's cyber kitchen; Recipes of Cajun or Creole specialties; Ivoirien specialties.
- WHERE TO FIND THEM, HOW TO USE THEM: HIGH-VOLUME RECIPES. Grossbauer, Sue // FoodService Director;09/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p138
Deals with the use of the World Wide Web to find information on cooking recipes. Pros and cons of the practice; Comments from two university food service experts; Recommended Web sites.
- Net notes. Lewis, Len // Progressive Grocer;Apr98, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p9
Presents informations on several web sites in the food industry. Details on HomeGrocer.com, a virtual shopping service; Samples of food, cooking and on-line recipe sites.
- Campbell's new `Meal-mail' delivers. // New York Amsterdam News;12/02/99, Vol. 90 Issue 49, p26
Focuses on Meal-mail, a free e-mail recipe service introduced by Cambpell Soup Company. Features of the e-mail service; Reminder when signing up with the recipe service.