Lots and lots of great information about foods and nutrition can be found at this site. Each day there is a new tip regarding health and nutrition. You can even search for a dietitian in your area!
This site offers an exceptionally comprehensive and annotated catalogue of nutrition resources on the Internet.
If you're having a flashback to that old Twilight Zone episode, stop it right now!! This is a cookbook, all right, but it's designed for the university student. Recipes are easy to prepare, inexpensive, easy to clean up, and they taste great.
This is a great resource if you're looking for schools that offer degrees or nondegree classes in a variety of art and craft areas, like glass and metal work, fiber art, weaving, quilting, sculpting, and more. There are also listings and links to craft organizations and magazines.
Looking for information about herbs, homeopathy, supplements, natural healing, nutrition, healthy cooking, or personal care? You've come to the right place. In addition to archived articles from 1994 to the present, you can also get new product reviews. There is lots of wonderful information here!
Nice web site containing lots of cool recipes, plus cooking links.
Go ahead. Tell me you eat enough vegetables. Then uncross your fingers and come here for some great recipes, a new one added every month.
FabricLink offers tips on fabric care and laundering, discussions of retail and fashion trends, descriptions of universities offering textile courses and degrees, information on what various fibers have to offer, and much more. If it concerns fabric, it's here. Well done.
This online magazine is devoted to fine food and recipes.
Terrific and large, this site contains great cooking, health, and food service information. And you can search and access more than 6000 recipes!
Lots of good information available here, including the new Kitchen Counter, an interactive feature that helps users calculate nutritional value and calories. Worth a visit. And a bookmark.
A great area for finding out about mortgages, home financing, loans, and much, much more. You can even compute your own payments.
Kraft has put togther quite a useful site here. You can find recipes, tips, and feature acticles. You can even ask Kraft a question. One really neat feature is the ability to select recipes you like and then add them to your shopping list. They compile a list of things you need to buy by category or section in the store, and they let you add other items to the list.
This journal is offered here by MCB University Press at no cost, but registration is required. Food and nutrition research, consumer information.
Tabasco, the hot pepper sauce, offers a wonderful site full of the food and fun of southern Louisiana. Chef Claude's recipes, Zydeco music and pictures of those who make it, Tabasco posters, products, and history--y'all come and enjoy!
This University of Akron department has put together a site with many "Links of Interest to Home Economists and Social Scientists." Casual tone, well-organized, includes a great variety of sites large and small.
The volume of recipes available on this site is almost staggering. You can search by course or by country, and you'll turn up everything from recipes you'd really like to try to ones that will make you wonder if they're kidding...a real treasure.