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Old 10-17-2006, 02:15 AM   #1
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Default Any good cooking forums?

like real cooking, not just Kraft recipes?

thoughts?
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Old 10-17-2006, 02:53 AM   #2
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OK, Todd, you care to explain?
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he may be suggesting that I google 'cooking forums' which is a logical suggestion.

rest assured I did that, unfortuantely unlike Home brewing, there is good cooking, and bad cooking. if there was a whole segment of homebrewing striving to make PBR then you might want recommendations as to which Homebrew site was better than others.

or he likes New Jersey Basketball
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A good cooking website is www.goodeatsfanpage.com
Just click on the forum section; lots of folks who love to cook just about anything under the sun and are quite willing to give their varied, opinionated advice on all things cooking. More than a couple homebrewers there too...
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epicurious.com is great for profesional quality recipes. If you find a forum Iwould be interested in it.
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