Service America repairs most and often all home appliances, but one thing we don’t usually fix? Dinner! Being dedicated to exceptional customer service, however, we wondered if there was some way to lend a hand with that, too.
After intensively surveying the entire internet, we present five cooking websites that amaze, teach, amuse and -- most important -- satisfy a hungry crowd! We can’t help you turn peanut butter into diamonds (though German scientists figured out that sticky trick. Peanut butter is rich in carbon, which is the prime ingredient for these gems), but it turns out that we can help with dinner (which 43 percent of us eat with family every night).
Foodwishes: With entertaining video recipes for delectable items from crackle-topped cream puffs to feta roasted chicken with crispy skin, this site gives step-by-step instructions for dishes that taste like a gourmet chef toiled all afternoon in front of your range. Want guests to believe you are a chef even though you burned water last time they came over? This is the site for you.
Supercook: Your fridge holds one lonely lemon, a bottle of craft beer and a ripped package of whole wheat flour. With this website bookmarked, you still won’t go hungry. Enter any list of ingredients and this site spits out a surprisingly lengthy list of recipes you can make without hitting the grocery store. It’s also fun: try to stump Supercook by entering an odd collection of ingredients. Yep, we couldn’t do it either.
Kidswithfoodallergies: Curated by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, this site feeds guests and family struggling with food sensitivities or dislikes. Armed with the site’s generous recipe files, you’ll cook up delicious and completely safe foods like chocolate-marshmallow brownies, Vietnamese pho soup, and banana bread – sans gluten, salt, nuts or any other item that’s forbidden. The site also discusses substitutions for common but problematic ingredients.
Epic Meal Time: Known for uber high-calorie treats, an addiction to bacon in every dish and cool guest stars like Tony Hawk, this YouTube channel showcases creative edibles with unusual ingredients. Recent episodes showcased Fast Food Lasagna (created with 45 fast food burgers – the video starts at the drive-in window staffed by an incredulous clerk), the World’s Spiciest Tacos and a 250-pound Oreo cookie.
Allrecipes.com: This site doesn’t have a recipe for everything. It has five recipes for everything and copious review commentary describing favorite hacks and modifications. If you could only visit one recipe website for the rest of your life, choose this one and dine scrumptiously.
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