Design, Food, Recipes, Useful Things, Websites by Richard

Rouxbe is a great site that’s shown up on my radar lately. Basically, it’s the next step in online recipe sites. Sort of a hybrid between a cookbook and a cooking show, Rouxbe is chock-full of well produced videos of great food and the process behind making it.

From the Rouxbe site:

Rouxbe connects professional chefs with home cooks: people like you, who love food and are looking to expand their culinary repertoire and improve their skills in the kitchen. We offer online instructional cooking videos that walk you step by step through each delicious recipe. And our video recipes provide what no cookbook can: audio and visual cues that professional chefs use as their guides to preparing great recipes. It’s like having a private cooking school in your home, with professional chefs at your service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Right now you can sign up and use the site for free for 30 days. If you send an invite to someone and they accept, you get another 10 days free. Memberships range from $50 annually to $100 for a lifetime.


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