Looking for more information on a specific ingredient? Check out this group of websites. Each of them is focused on one specific ingredient or an item such as pizza or bread.
Chocolate lovers will find the Fondness Media website dedicated to chocolate, chocolarious.com, every bit as addicting as their favorite flavor. Chocolarious.com and its sub-domain, chocolate.gourmetrecipe.com, feature information on the history and health benefits of chocolate, along with recipes so tempting that chocolate won’t be just for special occasions anymore. Joffre cake, anyone?
What’s the difference between Arabica and robusta? Find the answer at the Fondness Media website coffeefashion.com and its sub-domain, coffee.gourmetrecipe.com, along with heaping spoonfuls of information about preparing great coffee drinks, recipes, and history. The more these two coffee websites are visited the more obvious it is that one of the world’s most popular beverages is also one of the most fascinating, as well.
Can a wine aficionado ever learn too much about this favorite beverage? Uncork a river of knowledge by visiting Fondness Media’s Knowallwines.com and its sub-domain, wine.gourmetrecipe.com. Learn about the great wine-growing regions of the world, styles and health benefits of wine and, perhaps most importantly, how to match wine with food.
There is a lot to know about pizza, which has grown from humble beginnings in Europe into one of the world’s favorite dishes. Learnaboutpizza.com, along with the sub-domain, pizza.gourmetrecipe.com, is the only place you need visit to find tasty pizza recipes and learn about the many styles of pizza and their history.
Where to turn to find everything you need to know about baking a delicious cake? The Fondness Media website everything-cake.com and its sub-domain, cake.gourmetrecipe.com, that’s where. Information on varieties of cake, shapes of cake, and of course, easy-to-follow recipes will make these websites personal favorites. And a favorite of the rest of the family, too…
With so many foods containing milk, it’s important to know as much about it as possible. Milkdelight.com and its sub-domain, milk.gourmetrecipe.com, include history and valuable nutritional information on milk in all its forms: yogurt, cream and ice cream, kefir, butter, cheese, milk-processed products such as condensed milk, even the non-animal versions of milk.
What do you want to know about fish? Fishlogy.com and the sub-domain fish.gourmetrecipe.com is a virtual school on the preparation of fish dishes and their nutritional benefits. Even those who have never encountered a fish in a river, lake or kitchen will be able to distinguish pollock from haddock and trout from sturgeon after a few visits to these Fondness Media websites.
The lowly pea can make many recipes more nutritious, and now cooks can learn how to make delicious pea dishes at aboutpeas.com and its companion sub-domain website, peas.gourmetrecipe.com. Learn the varieties of peas and tasty pea dishes such as rice and peas, acaraje, and pie floater. Peas just may be a cook’s best friend.
It’s fair to classify bananas as one of the most underrated foods. They’re packed with nutrition, seedless, and come in their own neat package to boot. Find out how to use the versatile, valuable banana at bananapedia.com and its sub-domain website, banana.gourmetrecipe.com. There is even a little to learn about banana wine and banana beer.
Looking for new soup ideas? Fondness Media’s soupssimo.com website and its’ sub-domain website, soup.gourmetrecipe.com, feature information on how soups are prepared and served in various cultures and cuisines. These sites show that there is much more than just chicken soup out there. How about trying Khao Poon from Laos, or flaki from Poland?
Chicken, the most popular poultry in the world, is an ingredient in so many dishes around the world that it could be served at almost every meal. Learn about this white meat’s nutritional value and the basics of preparing chicken at wikichicken.com and chicken.gourmetrecipe.com, a sub-domain website. As at all Fondness Media websites, great recipes abound.
The Fondness Media website allthemeat.com and the companion sub-domain, meat.gourmetrecipe.com, can help cooks sift through the glut of information on cooking meat that is available on the internet. It’s all here in easily digestible form: recipes, history, and nutritional information on the food that is the basis of cuisines the world over.
There is much to learn about corn, one of the world’s oldest foods and a key ingredient in hundreds of today’s processed foods and other products such as toothpaste and rugs. Start the corn education at everything-corn.com and the sub-domain website, corn.gourmetrecipe.com. It’s where to find helpful recipes, history, and other information on corn, versatile and nutritious.
Identifying the many cuts of beef and cooking them properly can be confusing for the beginning cook. Ibeefrecipes.com and beef.gourmetrecipe.com can help, with full descriptions and images of cuts such as tenderloin, short ribs, and round steak. Easy-to-prepare dishes and nutritional information also help end the confusion over serving beef. Let the barbecue begin!
Bread is as much of a staple food today as it was in pre-historic times. Discover how bread has evolved over thousands of years at everything-bread.com and the companion site, bread.gourmetrecipe.com. The sites include great information on how bread is used in different cultures and cuisines, as well as the history of bread and bread recipes.
Feel like a nightcap? The Fondness Media websites zcocktails.com and cocktails.gourmetrecipe.com can show anyone how to whip up the perfect alcoholic drink. There is a cocktail for almost every type of alcohol, so everyone can have their favorite drink. The sites include histories of the cocktail, so you have something to talk about while you tipple.
When life hands you lemons, refer to the Fondness Media website everythinglemon.com and the sub-domain, lemon.gourmetrecipe.com. Lemons are a popular, incredibly versatile hybrid fruit, useful not just in the kitchen but as a deodorizer, insecticide or wood polish. With information on lemonade, lemon liqueur, or lemon pie, the websites are the only lemon authority you’ll ever need.
Salads are a staple in the world of weight watching, and regular visits to thesaladsite.com and salad.gourmetrecipe.com can make sure that eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring. Learn about the many types of salads, and then move onto the varieties of dressings. The pounds will be long gone before the cook tires of these sites.
Peppers can transform a dish in a way few other fruits – yes, peppers are fruits - can. At pepperecipes.com and the sub-domain, pepper.gourmetrecipe.com, information that even the most-seasoned cooks and chefs will find valuable is paired with nutritious, great-tasting pepper-based recipes. Family and friends will gain a new appreciation for the pepper.
So much fruit, so little time to make great fruit-based dishes… At thefruitsite.com and the sub-domain, fruit.gourmetrecipe.com, there is so much information on apples, oranges, grapefruits, lemons, pears, cherries and the many kinds of berries; it’s difficult to choose from any one fruit dish. But then, variety is the spice of life.