description: The federal government\'s resource for nutrition information. Users can set up a personal food pyramid and learn about dietary guidelines, weight management, dietary supplements, food-assistance programs, and shopping and meal planning. They can also find out what is in their food.
title: Sustainable Table
description: Encourages visitors to \"eat local, buy local, be local.\" Site links to the Meatrix, which talks about the difference between factory farms and locally raised meat, and an \"Eat Well Guide\" for finding local, organic food. It also offers resources for teachers and schools.
title: Food Network
description: Recipes from the channel\'s shows organized by chef and by theme.
description: Contains articles, cooking videos, podcasts, a food dictionary, and info on wine pairings.
description: \"recipes from great cookbooks by acclaimed chefs and authors.\" All chefs and authors have profile pages. Users may sign up for a weekly newsletter with 10 recipes.
description: Library exhibit about the use of 10 classic American food groups: beef, chicken, turkey, pork, potatoes, corn, greens, wheat, beans, and apples. It looks at these foods during historical periods; for example, the page on turkey provides a history of Thanksgiving and info about cooking during colonial times.
title: All Recipes
description: Offers recipe collections (appetizers, breakfast, etc.); a recipe exchange; holiday recipes (Ramadan, Rosh Hashanah, Christmas, etc.); a \"Dining In\" feature, and more.
description: Find and customize recipes from a number of major food websites. More than 300,000 recipes and a \"Food Finder\" where you can search by ingredient, likes and dislikes, allergy and dietary restrictions, nutrition, price, taste, time, and source.