All Recipes, The Food Network, Yummly, Epicurious, Tasty, Spoonacular, Delish, Edamam. Most people flip through magazines like People or Star for the latest celebrity news and gossip, but if you go to the back of the magazine making sure none of the pages are glued, of course you'll find some recipes courtesy of your favorite celebrity chefs. Before opening the fridge to see what ingredients you have, check out one of your trusty recipe magnets for a list of everything you need (plus your exact measurements). If you haven't looked up recipes on Pinterest before, you're definitely missing out.
The site is packed with easy-to-prepare dishes for every occasion and, best of all, it allows you to set up recipe tables for your own to-do list for cooking. Not only is YouTube full of videos of ridiculous food challenges and foreign candy flavor tests, but there are also plenty of recipe videos that show you step by step how to cook your favorite foods.