A 30-second guide to 30 years in food history: invaluable food websites.

Bryan Miller
Updated March 31, 2015


A paradigm of community journalism that dishes up recipes, video blogs and advice on issues like, “Why does orange juice taste so bad after you brush your teeth?”


A satirical blog about restaurants in big U.S. cities, notorious for its “Death Watch.”


Offers recipes and online classes; a discussion of Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations TV show can run dozens of web pages.


The wine critic’s authoritative site has an online wine certification program.


A handsomely designed (mock New York Times) aggregator of media content.