Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a convenient way to receive updates from a website. Culinate offers RSS feeds for use in news readers, blogs, and supported browsers.
To be sure you see all of Culinate’s content, subscribe to the Main RSS feed, which provides a consolidated news feed from Culinate.
To receive updates in a specific area only, subscribe to RSS feeds by department.
|Articles||Columns||Recipes, Books and Community|
|Our Table||Kitchen Limbo||Featured Recipes|
|Features||Local Flavors||Book Reviews|
|The Culinate Interview||Health+Food||Book Excerpts|
|First Person||Front Burner||Dinner Guest Blog|
|Opinion||Unexplained Bacon||Local 50|
|The Produce Diaries|
Alternatively, you’ll find the feed link in many places on Culinate. Create a feed directly from a page by clicking on the RSS link.
For more information on RSS, we recommend you read the New York Times article “Fine-Tuning Your Filter for Online Information.” Also, check out Paul Stamatiou’s Tech-News-Guides, a comprehensive overview of RSS that makes it very simple to understand.
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