(1) http://www.allrecipes.co.in.—– Here is a resource for people looking to learn how to prepare veg. and non-veg dishes from across the country. You can browse recipes by CUISINE (Bengali, Goan/Konkani, Gujarati, Maharashtrian, N.Indian, S.Indian, and even Thai and Chinese) , by TYPE (biryanis, chutneys, curries, dals, pickles) , FESTIVALS (Christmas, Diwali, Eid, Dussehra, Holi, Lohri, Pongal, Ramzan) , and even dishes by LIFE-STYLES (eggless, for diabetics, Jain food, for pregnant mothers). You can sift through AllRecipes by INGREDIENTS, while also listing those YOU WANT TO AVOID. ———— So, whether you’re looking for recipes on how to make a Sambar or Pav Bhaji, a Mutton Pulao or even an Eggless Chocolate Cake, YOU’LL FIND IT HERE.
(2) www.agoodmovietowatch.com. (AGMTW) —– This site creates a CATALOGUE of MOVIES and showcases them to you , WITHOUT ANY FUSS. The site breaks down its reviews by GENRE (action, comedy, documentary, drama, horror, mystery, romance, sci-fi and fantasy) ; MOOD (classy, dark, dramatic, funny, romantic, heart-warming, inspirational, mysterious, thrilling) ; UNIQUE TAGS (need a laugh, watch with Mom, in case you missed this) ——- to help you find exactly what you’re looking for, and if you’re feeling adventurous, click RANDOM to let the website choose for you. AGMTW relies quite a bit on users for movie reviews, so you can suggest your own favourite as well.