Thursday, December 28

Thursday Thirteen #11

This post originally appeared on By Hook or By Cook.

Maybe you're getting ready for a new diet. Or maybe making all the traditional holiday food has gotten you bored, in any case, here are

Thirteen places you may not know to look for recipes

Celestial Seasonings: recipes for cooking with tea
Panera Bread: I didn't expect a bakery to offer bread recipes
Iowa State's Tasty Insect Recipes: especially for my MK friends
Seussville: 3 recipes for green eggs and ham
FirstGov.gov: recipes from the US Government
UPenn's African Cookbook: recipes and cooking tips
Williams-Sonoma: seasonal recipes and entertaining ideas
San Diego Zoo: kid's recipes A-Z
National Hot Dog & Sausage Council: didn't know we had one
10· NativeTech: Native American technology, art, and recipes!
11· Jersey Fresh: recipes from the NJ Department of Agriculture
12· National Watermelon Promotion Board: sandwiches? entrees??
13· Colonial Williamsburg: anyone for rabbit-free "rabbit"?

Check out other thirteeners at ThursdayThirteen.com.

8 comments:

  1. Wow, I didn't think the Government had a cooking website. I did know about celestial seasonings...but only because I drink their tea. ;)

    My 13 are up. I moved my blog and this is my first 13 in my new digs.

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  2. i love to collect recipes, so i've marked a few of these sites to visit later!

    happy TT!

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  3. I was stoked when I found the recipes on Panera's website!

    What a cool list!

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. I love Williams and Sonoma.
    I love finding new recipes too.
    Thanks for sharing all the great links. I'll be back.

    Wishing you the best in 2007!
    Happy TT!

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  5. Those look fabulous. I haven't visited most of them. I've also heard that many restaurants put their recipes on line, such as Olive Garden. I've never searched for them but maybe I'll try Googling it and see if it's true.

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  6. Great! I’ll have to steal something from there…
    San Diego Zoo sounds like “100 ways how to prepare zebra!”

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  7. That's an awesome list!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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