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The Ladybugs' Recipes

Links

On this page I have included links to other sites that have to do with cooking and recipes. If you notice any broken links, let me know. Also let me know about your own favorite sites!
If you are anything like me you have found yourself ready to make a favorite food or try a new recipe only to discover that you are missing a 'key' ingredient.  What to do?  Well give this site a visit "Whats cooking America".  They have and incredible list of substitutes that can be used 'in a pinch'!  Just follow this link.
 
There are more links listed below too!

CopyKat Recipes gives "Restaurant recipes that you can make at home"!

Top Secret Recipes is a site where a man named Todd Wilbur shares his versions of the 'secret recipes' of restaurants nation-wide!

Virtual Cities' Internet Cookbook  Here are over a 4,000 of delicious recipes from culinarily-gifted professionals with great additions to your repertoire.

Next is a list of several of our favorite recipe source websites.
www.allrecipes.com
www.cooks.com
www.epicurious.com
www.recipeland.com
www.recipesource.com

Here is a great site for household hints about...cleaning cookware, removing stains, home remedies for ailments, pet problems, or gardening.
www.tipking.com

The Cook's Thesarus is a site that claims to be "a cooking encyclopedia that covers thousands of ingredients and kitchen tools. Entries include pictures, descriptions, synonyms, pronunciations, and suggested substitutions." It is really worth visiting!

Star Chefs   This site includes interviews with prominent chefs and much more!

Following are two sites that will provide the nutritional facts for your recipes.
   The first one,
FitWatch.com, gives extensive information but is a bit more complicated to use.
   The second,
Calorie-count.com, gives just the basic information but is a bit easier to use.