- Iron Chef!!
- American Gladiators meets Yan Can Cook. Unbelievably great fun.
Everything you'd want in a TV show: high camp, suspense, color
commentary, history, drama, and food. You must
show! Here are my Iron Chef links.
- IronChef.Com, the
most aesthetically laid-out site, and home of the FAQ, the
complete battle list organized your choice of three ways, plus
lots of other stuff. This is the five-star site.
- my own IC pages
Hattori Yukio fanpage. Some QuickTime vids up too.
- Bay Gourmet,
not strictly an Iron Chef page, but Tanith, the page's creator, is a
big Iron Chef fan, and was the winner in a recent SF Bay Area
Iron Chef competition... Great foodie links and info.
- Chile-head stuff
- A few chile links...
- The Chile-Heads
Page. Culinary info, pretty pictures, reviews, and other matter
pertaining to the domestic capsicums. Includes a great page of
product sources, the most complete I've seen.
- Firegirl!. Another waygood
chili site; eating, cooking, growing, collecting, worshipping,
studying, buying, using, discussing. I especially like the worship
part... ;) If you ever visited this site before it moved, go look at
it now. She's revamped everything and there's almost
no livelier site on the WWW.
- Ben & Jerry's
- And at the other end of the heat spectrum, the homepage of Ben
& Jerry's ice cream factory.
- Food, drink, cooking and recipes. A cool online foodmag.
Graphic-heavy; you can try the
- Yummy homestyle Japanese food! *drool*
- An absolutely beautiful hypertext job done on a bunch of the
yummiest recipes to come out of New Orleans and environs. Eat hot!
- Miscellaneous recipes; theoretically there's some historic ones in
here, but I have yet to find them...
- r.f.r recipe archive
- The VERY USEFUL recipe archive from rec.food.recipes
- Seasonal and ethnic cooking --
can be found here...
Recipe Links at Einet Galaxy
- Many links to various neat pages. Turkish, Slovak, other Ethnic,
and misc collections at various Universities.
- Comida Mexicana
- Mexican recipes from the University of Guadalajara. Awesome.
If you have a Spanish/English dictionary handy, you may also like Doña
María Fernández Soltero's recipes from around the 1920's,
and Miriam C.
Rodriguez' recipes at the same site. (If you don't have a Spanish/English
dictionary handy, you can have a look at
translation of Maria's page and
as always, babelfish doesn't provide the best translations -- "Buns of
You Happen"! -- but at least
it makes the page slightly more intelligible to the non-Spanish-literate.)
- ABC of Arabic
- Great site for Middle Eastern food (and other Arab info through
the base page...)
- Chocolate Links
- Sushi Links
- I'm trying to re-find Hinode's "Osaka Sushi" homepage. Meanwhile,
I found a couple of others:
- I'm growing a few more mushroom links (hey, it's springtime,
I'm entitled). These are they:
- MycoInfo. The homepage
of the MycoInfo newsletter. New stuff there daily!
- Mushroom Heaven.
Another mushroom web page. Just remember, "Satis fungorum numquam
Gazette. The newsletter of the Central New York Myco Society.
- Here're a buncha links to pages that are pretty much catalogs...
- The Golden Egg.
Gourmet and unusual foods, including truffles (the fungus)...
- Mo Hotta Mo Betta.
My first and still favorite mail order source for hotstuff.
- The Hot Hot Hot Online
Catalog. The original, and still awesome!, online hotsauce shop.
- Rubio's! Over 25 million
fish tacos served. I ran into Rubio's when we were driving home from
Disneyland, in the most amazing mall I'd ever seen (the mall was in
Irvine). They have AWESOME fish tacos and burritos. Yumful. No
catalog here, alas, but maybe if I'm lucky they'll start up a franchise
in the Bay Area... (pretty much limited to SoCal at the moment)
Last updated: 19 Oct 2000