Free Recipes from Famous Chefs
Does watching Paula Deen's Food Network program make you crave down-home, southern country cooking? Bring a taste of the Deep South into your own home with the fabulous free recipe collection at PaulaDeen.com. You can see the top 10 Paula Deen recipes at a glance, or search through an extensive database of all types of "stick to your ribs" southern fare.
Emeril Lagasse is one of the most well known chefs in the world. Whether you've eat at one of his restaurants, seen his show, or read on of his books, chances are you are quite familiar with his personality and style of cooking. If you want to bring a little BAM into your cooking style, check out the free recipe collection on Emerils.com.
Do you enjoy watching Bobby Flay on Boy Meets Grill , Iron Chef , or on other programs? Wish you could cook like him? Some of Bobby's best recipes are available free at BobbyFlay.com.
Does Sandra Lee dazzle you with her surprisingly simple concoctions on her hit Food Network program, Semi-Homemade ? Visit Semi-Homemade.com for a great collection of easy, free recipes that start with packaged mixes but have just enough of a personal touch to seem like you made them from scratch. You'll find fabulous cocktails, desserts, meal ideas, entertaining tips, and much more.
Chef Paul Prudhomme is a well-known restaurateur and author, famous for outstanding Cajun and Creole cuisine. He is the mastermind behind Chef Paul Prudhomme's Magic Seasoning Blends, which lend authentic Creole flavor to recipes prepared around the world. To bring Chef Paul's Louisiana magic to your own kitchen, no matter where you live in the world, visit ChefPaul.com for a fantastic free recipe collection.
Wish you could prepare 30 Minute Meals in a snap just like Rachael Ray? Do you want to try some of Rachael's favorite dishes and cooking techniques in your own kitchen. Visit RachaelRay.com for free access to recipes from Rachael's new books, holiday meal suggestions, and much more. You can even share your favorite family recipes and check out The Food Blog .
Do you wish your cooking habits were as creative and organized as those of Martha Stewart? Visit the kitchen segment of MarthaStewart.com for a free recipe database, how-to cooking videos, tips, menus, and much more. You can even swap recipes with other site visitors on the "food community" message forums.
Do your favorite chefs share free recipes on their websites? Feel free to share the wealth in the comments below. We can all learn new cooking techniques from the pros!
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