The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book - The 1918 edition of Fannie Farmer's legendary cookbook - the final one authored by her.
Convert-Me Cooking Converter - A very handy online conversion calculator for cooking measures, both English and Metric and between the two.
Cook's Illustrated - Hands down the best resource out there for cooks at any level. One of the few websites worth subscribing to.
The Cook's Thesaurus - Thorough index of various different names for the same foods. Handy when looking for substitutes.
Epicurious- The 800-lb gorilla of internet food sites.
The Food Timeline - Lynne Olver's incredible site that puts food history and evolution at your fingertips.
The Gumbo Pages'Creole and Cajun Recipe Page - Chuck Taggart's overview of Louisiana cuisine.
O Chef - Lots of nuts-and-bolts information.
Recipe Source - More recipes than you can shake a ladle at.
Sabores del Peru - An exaustive collection of basic Peruvian recipes in Spanish.
The Southern Foodways Alliance - Preserving a way of cooking and a way of life rapidly being lost in today's world.
US Newspaper food sections - An handy index courtesy "What's Cooking America?"
Chefs and Celebrities
Alton Brown - The nuts and bolts of what you are cooking.
Clifford A. Wright - An expert on Mediterranian foods and particularly helpful in the realm of stews and grilling.
The Food Network - A portal to many of their excellent (and not-so-excellent) culinary programing.
Paula Wolfert - The guru of Middle Eastern and French cooking.
Steven Raichlen - If you barbecue you want to take a peek in here.
Cooking Diva - Panamanian Chef Melissa De Leon's excellent blog.
Cooking For Engineers - Michael Chu's pragmatic take on the cooking arts.
Lima and Delhi - A synthesis of Peruvian and Indian food.
Lucullian Delights - A Swede in Tuscany cooking like there is no tomorrow.
Peru Food - A great English-language blog taking a detailed look at Peru's fasinating cuisine.
Simply Recipes - Elise's straightforward guide to her kitchen.
The Old Foodie - A kiwi's exhaustive look at the history of food and recipes.
Student's on a Budget - We've all been there. They just record it for posterity.
La Tartine Gourmande - A French native living in Boston cooking at a level you only dream of.