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Gourmet Recipes & Fine Food Discussion | The Gourmet Food Blog | Seven Online Meal & Menu Planning Tools Need help organizing your recipes and planning a menu? These seven sites and smartphone apps will help you get organized: 1. Evernote (free): The most popular recipe and menu organizing app we know of. 2. 3. I use the iPhone app 'Meal Board' for meal planning and grocery list. 4. 5. 6. 7. I am a big fan of PepperPlate. Are there any websites or apps you rely on to help you plan meals and menus? Related: Best Way to Organize Recipes from Many Sources? (Image: Michal Czerwonka/WSJ via The Kitchn) Quick Sausage Meatballs with a Tomato and Basil Sauce, Spaghetti and Sweet Raw Peas Recipe : Jamie Oliver Directions Heat a large saucepan and add a few glugs of olive oil. Snip the sausages apart, then squeeze and pinch the meat out of the skins so that you get little meatball shapes - don't make them too big or they will take too long to cook. Meanwhile, put the spaghetti into a large pan of salted boiling water and cook according to the package instructions until al dente. To make your tomato sauce, heat a separate pan and pour in some olive oil. Add the herbs to the pan of sausage meatballs, tossing everything in all the lovely flavors. "Our agreement with the producers of "Jamie at Home" only permit us to make 2 recipes per episode available online.

Foodbuzz - Foodbuzz Favorite Food Web Sites Deborah Krasner Kitchen designer Deborah Krasner likes to keep up with interesting food resources on the Web. Here's some of her favorite finds: tavolo.com: A big, elegant site with hard-to-find food, equipment, cookbooks and recipes. esperya.com: Elegant, very Italian foods, including fresh buffalo mozzarella, botarga and Sardinian olive oils; organized by Italy's regions; click on the American flag to get prices and foodstuffs available in the U.S. allthingsdutch.com: Sweet and salty licorice, young and mature Gouda cheeses, Indonesian condiments like sambal ulek. shamra.com: Mediterranean and Arabic products like rose water, olive oils, grape leaves. latienda.com: Spanish foodstuffs like hams, honeys, olive oil. olivefarm.com: Turkish olive oil available only on the Internet, shipped direct from Turkey via the family's warehouse in Seattle. thaigrocer.com and orientalpantry.com: Both sites offer hard-to-find ingredients if you don't have an Asian market nearby. levillage.com: French foods of all kinds.

Olive Lentil Burgers December 29, 2010 Olive Lentil Burgers by IsaChandra Serves 6 Active time: 20 minutes || Total time: 45 minutes I like veggie burgers. Well, duh, don’t all vegans like veggie burgers? This burger is baked not fried (but hey, go ahead and fry it if you like, about 10 to 12 minutes.) Don’t worry about finger prints in the burgers, they will flatten out when you flip them. These would be great served as you would any burger – ketchup, pickles, onions and what not. If you want to make a double batch and freeze them, cook first, then stack with squares of parchment paper to keep them separated. One last thing, I use canned lentils here. Cooking spray Preheat oven to 350 F. Preheat a large, heavy bottomed pan non-stick (preferably cast iron) over medium high heat. While mushroom is cooking, place olives in food processor and pulse until they are finely chopped (not pureed.) When mushrooms have cooked, add mushroom mixture to the food processor. Divide burger mix into 6 equal pieces.

Supercook: recipe search by ingredients you have at home Just add your ingredients and Supercook instantly finds matching recipes from the most popular cooking websites! As featured in: or Forgot your password? Meal Articles One of the most gratifying things about being a food blogger is hearing from a reader that my blog helped solve a problem. Whether it's that someone needed the perfect dish to bring to a party and found the winning recipe on my site, or a reader who previously felt he or she didn't have the skills or money necessary to cook well at home, and then found recipes on BrokeAss Gourmet to overcome that, I get all warm and fuzzy when I hear I was able to make a difference in someone's culinary life. In that spirit, I'm excited to introduce to you a new feature here on BrokeAss Gourmet: #DearBrokeAss, wherein I attempt to help solve your food and cooking dilemmas. Read on for some of the queries I received this week. Got questions? I want to help you out! Dear BrokeAss, I'm trying to follow the Paleo diet but I keep struggling with lunch options. - Jeremy in San Francisco Dear Jeremy, I totally relate. - Helen in Brooklyn Dear Helen, I love green smoothies! - Jessica in Minneapolis Dear Jessica,

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