Foodgawker is a photo gallery that allows you to visually search and discover new recipes, techniques and ingredients to inspire your culinary adventures.  "> Foodgawker is a photo gallery that allows you to visually search and discover new recipes, techniques and ingredients to inspire your culinary adventures.  "> Foodgawker is a photo gallery that allows you to visually search and discover new recipes, techniques and ingredients to inspire your culinary adventures.  "> Foodie Find: Foodgawker.com | In witfs Kitchen with Chef Donna Desfor | witf.org
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Foodie Find: Foodgawker.com

Written by Donna Marie Desfor, Culinary Consultant and Chef | Feb 15, 2012 8:41 PM

 

About 2-years back I brought tastespotting.com to your attention.  Today, I share foodgawker.com.  Similar in concept, foodgawker is a photo gallery that allows you to visually search and discover new recipes, techniques and ingredients to inspire your culinary adventures.  Entirely visual, the site is food photography submitted by food bloggers from around the world.  Period.  With images streaming and periodically updating with new images multiple times a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, you can manage your browsing by “category” or “tags” and even “popularty.”  But the devil is in the details and foodgawker provides those too.  A click on the image and you’re launched to the blog post of the submitter.  There you can find a recipe, read a restaurant review or learn about new food trends.  Those who register and create an account are able to save, tag and write notes on favorite photos or recipes by clicking on the heart icon placed in each photo. You can even share your “favorites page” with your friends and family.

Food not of interest today? You can always jump over to dwellinggawker (where form is celebrated), weddinggawker (need I explain?), and even craftgawker

Foodgawker.com

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