Critiques, Cravings and Conundrums From the Madison Food and Dining Scene
Jan 17, 2010
11:08 AMSmall Dishes
Grazing on the Internet
It doesn’t seem that long ago—probably because it wasn’t—when the Food Network premiered online along with many similar sites. Suddenly, a wealth of recipes and cooking advice was readily available without spending a dime on nary a cookbook. But did anyone really comprehend the revolution the internet would have on cooking and eating? Or that even in the hinterlands suddenly the most exotic bounty of the world would become just a click and Fed Ex delivery away? Or that restaurants big and small, grand and humble would open virtual locations in cyberspace?
I’ve added myself to many of these email lists and don’t regret it. It’s a little depressing that I can’t go to as many of the themed dinners as I would like to or take advantage of all the real bargains. Unfortunately, my stomach is bigger than my wallet.
Here are but a few of the restaurants where you can sign up:
Also, the Big Daddy of all Deals starts January 24—Restaurant Week