Though it only launched in fall 2012, the Cook Taste Eat archives already include ginger-crusted salmon with parsnip-apple puree, coconut curry lobster pot pie, turkey croquettes & gravy, and butter-basted pork loin. Plus about 50 other delectable main courses, sides, soups and salads.
The site is organized in a way that lets viewers pick and choose to create their own menu, though. Broad index categories include “Technique,” “Season,” “Holiday,” “Dish Type” and “Main Ingredient”. Sub-categories of “Main Ingredient” include Protein, Vegetable, Starch, Fruit, Dairy, Pantry, and Herbs. The unusual category is Elements of Taste, where you’ll find videos that explore specific ingredients and the way they affect flavor. It’s well thought-out, thorough and quite academic.