January 14, 2009 at 7:11 am is a fun website that allows the user to search for recipes based on what ingredient, dish, cuisine or mood they’re craving.  Enter as many terms as you want (of course, fewer terms result in more results) and the results appear as a visual collection of recipes.  Click on an image for the corresponding recipe.

Cookthink has a number of uses, from satisfying cravings, to pleasing friends and family, to using up the ingredients already in your house.  The recipes come from a variety of sources,  but “About Cookthink” says that all their recipes are tested by “top food bloggers, cookbook authors, the Washington Post food section and more. … If we don’t test them, someone we trust does.”
I appreciate the clarity of the recipe formatting and the list of required tools.  Furthermore, there’s a reference section with tips and articles, such as “What You Need To Know: Baking Soda vs. Baking Powder”.  If you need a recipe or have a craving, Cookthink is definitely a good place to look.


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