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YANKEEGIRL6 Posts: 1,168
8/14/14 2:08 P

I really like Cooking Light's site. A subscription, which I use Coke rewards points to buy, includes a digitial subscription, but a lot of the content is free as well.

I've got the magic in me.
GAYEPB SparkPoints: (4,892)
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Posts: 159
8/14/14 1:40 P

Pinterest, Cooking Network, Food Channel (I love Paula Deen's son, he makes healthier versions of her recipes and I have found them to be great but I still will treat myself to a Paula Deen recipe once per season).

JWHITMAN75 Posts: 137
8/14/14 12:51 P

Pinterest! You can find any recipe you could ever imagine a ton of other cool stuff! I got do many great recipes from there that I'd never even heard of!

ALGEBRAGIRL Posts: 1,925
8/13/14 5:32 P

Food and Wine. Very 'cheffy.'

GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,331
8/13/14 4:11 P

I like Allrecipes. It's regular recipes, but they have a healthy section. The recipes at this site usually include nutritional info. is good too.


"It's not what you eat between Christmas and New Years that matters, it's what you eat between New Years and Christmas that counts. "

Sharon from Florida

SARAHMO4 Posts: 324
8/13/14 2:58 P

So I am trying to find a few new websites to help with meal planning, tracking food, and just living healthier too. I think most have a website they like to go for something related to food or being healthy. I also thought sharing the sites or resources would be fun and a good idea for me and others! Just list your favorite site or resource and maybe share a little about it or why you like it. Go!

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